Ride Vision develops an Advanced Rider Assistance System (ARAS) for motorbike accident prevention utilizing advanced computer vision & AI algorithms and without disturbing riders' focus.
Ride Vision was created by technologists by day, motorbike riders by road, to give any motorcycle Predictive Vision. Ride Vision’s computer vision and neural network-based CAT™ - Collision Aversion Technology leverages standard hardware and cameras to sense, predict, and warn riders of threats on the road. Ride Vision can be incorporated into any new or traded motorbikes of any price range. Ride Vision’s unique system works by using two small wide-angle cameras mounted on the rear and front of the vehicle, that transmits footage to Ride Vision’s onboard processing unit, where a patented algorithm is used to detect and notify riders of collision threats in real-time. With Ride Vision motorcyclists get crucial seconds back when reacting to roadway threats, which could mean the difference between a collision, and coming home safe after every ride
Gores is a special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC) that is planning to merge with electric-car company Polestar. The company is led by Chairman Alec Gores, the founder and CEO of The Gores Group; CEO Mark Stone, who currently serves as a Senior Managing Director of The Gores Group; and President and Director Andrew Rosenfield, who currently serves as the President of Guggenheim Partners.