Dainese has come up with a new motorcycle airbag safety vest that can be worn underneath or on top of any jacket.
The new D-air airbag vest employs the same D-air technology used by MotoGP riders and does not require any connection to the bike.
It introduces stationary impact protection for the very first time and is available in versions for both men and women.
The “brain” of Smart Jacket is the triggering algorithm.
A central processing unit (CPU) analyses data from seven sensors 1000 times per second to detect dangerous situations, activating the system only when necessary.
Two decades of development and millions of items of data have enabled an extremely sophisticated algorithm to be created, with the ability to predict an accident, including stationary vehicle collisions.
Patented Dainese technology that features an exclusive structure with internal microfilaments, guarantees that the inflation is even and controlled throughout the entire surface — to create a shield that envelops the body and delivers protection to the rider.
In case of activation the Shield expands to cover the entire chest guaranteeing the maximum level of protection.
The Shield covers the chest and back, ensuring the same degree of protection as seven Level 1 back protectors, despite not having any form of hardshell protective gear inside.
The result is an extremely light and practical garment which, once off the bike, can be easily folded and placed in a bag, a lateral top box or a backpack.
Riders will be glad to hear the vest is also ventilated.
The external fabric is ventilated, but the innovative sees the Shield folded over itself, enabling, in normal riding conditions, air to pass through the front part.
Smart Jacket can also be worn in the rain, thanks to the water-repellent fabric and waterproof D-air technology that have no problem with water.