top of page
INNOVV-Less risk, more pleasure.png

INNOVV, Derived from INNOVATE.
The ThirdEYE~~Derive Even More Pleasure and safety for Motorcyclists with INNOVATION.

Why do not have motorcycle Radar System.png.jpg

Why not motorcycle Radar System? 

Radar is widely used in the automobile industry for safety features. MMW radar, plays an important role in the ADAS, enabling long detecting range and dynamic target detection capacity, no doubt that many drivers get great benefits from the MMW Radar system. 
In August 2022, the Connected Motorcycle Consortium released
a white paper that examines how well Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) for vehicles, the CMC’s study offered recommendations to help ADAS systems “see” motorbikes better out on the road. 
Why don't we make a good Radar System for Motorcycle? Motorcyclists deserve riders with more comfort and safety.  
INNOVV is always willing to hear the voice of the riders, fortunately, after years of development, the new generation Radar system—the ThirdEYE, passed numerous tests and works perfectly recently. It’s time for us to introduce this user friendly and function-friendly detect system. 

CMC.png
BSD,LAC,RCW.jpg

 INNOVV Radar system for Motorcycle ---The ThirdEYE

Employing a millimeter wave radar with a frequency range 77-79GHz, and combining the detected information with a software algorithm, the ThirdEYE can detect dynamic target vehicles from both sides of the motorcycle and the rear side, providing warnings with a visual alert and an audible warning in the dashboard.
 

BSD&LCA&RCW.jpg

BSD (Blind Spot Detection System) mode: the detecting range of the BSD mode is from 0.2 m to 6 m.

LCA (Lane Change Assistance) mode is defaulted on and will detect targets in a range from 0.2 m to 50m when TTC (Time to collision) is less than or equal to 3 seconds. 

RCW (Rear Collision Warning) mode is defaulted on and will detect targets in a range from 0.2m to 50m when TTC (Time to collision) is less than or equal to 3 seconds.

Velocity difference VS Warning Distance Chart.jpg.png