The D-air® Street technology has been illustrated by the magazine WIRED.com. Developed by Dainese with CEFRIEL contribution, D-air® Street is an intelligent clothing system that protects both rider and pillion, through sensors built into the bike’s electronics and connected with the airbag-equipped gear. Thanks to the innovative system, the airbag is deployed only in case of a real crash detection in a scant 45 milliseconds.
Solingo, the first vehicle able to use solar energy as a power source, officially shown at EICMA 2013, is now on the market.
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The most relevant issues and aspects of the management are related to the collection and analysis of user requirements. This is the case for a new apartment complex project for visually impaired people.