Startup Beeline introduced its new gadget – navigator Beeline Moto, designed for motorcycle owners. According to the developers, it will eventually replace traditional GPS-sensors and other navigation systems, sometimes giving software failures and often having very inconvenient interfaces.
In Beeline Moto everything is extremely simple – from design to display of visual information. The gadget is attached to the steering column of a motorcycle or scooter. Bikers will be able to choose the mode of information display – classical turn-based navigation or a special mode with a minimum set of visual markers. The device is enclosed in a shockproof waterproof case with a night illumination. The battery lasts for 30 hours.
The display shows the direction of travel, the distance, the intended route. The road to its final point will be prompted to the user by virtual arrows indicating the turns. Beeline Moto can be controlled directly from the “saddle” or by using a special application.
The gadget has already attracted the attention of potential users, as evidenced by the successful campaign at Kickstarter, during which Beeline Moto collected about 120,000 pounds instead of 60,000 originally planned. The cost of the gadget is $ 129.js.src = “&version=v2.8”; 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));