Honda Riding Assist-E Press Release

Honda Riding Assist-E Press Release

Honda Riding Assist-E Press Release

Honda Riding Assist-E Press Release

Honda Riding Assist-E Press ReleaseHonda Riding Help-Original mail and technology to control the Honda advanced balance through research on her robot robot. The motorcycle is automatically balanced itself at very low speed, and the rider download limit. This model will be more enjoyable and easier. Equestrian Assist-Signs the steps provided by the electric motor to realize the vision of “freedom of mobility” and “Carbon Free society” HondaEquestrian Assist-Signs the steps provided by the electric motor to realize the vision of “freedom of mobility” and “Carbon Free society” Honda.

This is the 45th Tokyo Motor Show 2017 next month, and Honda has unveiled a concept model for the main event. The EV concept of their cities alongside the exhibits in Frankfurt earlier this month, there is the concept of the other four wheels of the show-such excitement as the new sports EV concept which has been likley to have four wheel fans between NEUV and US previously announced. But for two-wheeler believers, the future is obviously more radical looking.

Honda Riding Assist-E has been developing around the Honda balance control technology, previously exhibited fairly effectively at CES earlier this year. Because the technology developed through the research of the humanoid robot, we owe a debt of very cute, thanks to the overload of robots. According to the company’s press release, the Honda riding Assist-e-motorcycle automatically balances itself at a very slow speed, which is said to be easier to ride and more fun.

Electric motorcycles are taking a rapid pace and electronic communication is when it comes to more parts of our car futures, this tip towards a self-balancing model may be the concept of the moment, but this can not be long before technology-producing machinery. Some concept bikes do the sort of mainstream splash that Honda achieved earlier this year with its riding assist concept. It was not a jaw-droppingly powerful or amazingly beautiful, just a nc750-based idea for a future commuter plane.

So why not interest from non-motorcycle press? Because it had almost magical self-balancing ability. Without a gyroscope or stable, Honda would use a computer control system to do small steering adjustments, not just like a pilot rider. Adjustable heads increase bike rakes, amplify side-to-side movement from these steering adjustments, making it easier to maintain the center of gravity bikes directly above their contact patches.

Honda’s clever move in launching an equestrian assist at a motorcycle event rather than a consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas added to its mainstream influence. Now, however, the company is going to reveal the second riding assist concept, the riding assist-E. Again it is using mainstream events-the Tokyo Motor Show-and not a pure motorcycle show as its platform. The difference between a riding assist and a riding assist-e is the lowercase letter “E”-it means that we all know, it’s electric. Gone are the original nc750 parallel twin, and in that place comes an electric motor and a large battery.

The battery is mounted low down, keeping the center of gravity low, while the motor is above it. There is an axis drive system built into one-sided swing to transmit power, but the frame still nc750’s of its general layout Looks like. No concept bike clever front suspension design, not even any upside-down forks or Radial Blake Caliper. Apart from the little futuristic styling, of course, the self-steering system is nothing to the bike that looks too far from ready for the showroom. Can you drop the hint that Honda has a nc750 class electrical mode in the pipeline?

Honda has brought balance aboard this year’s Consumer Electronics Show riding assisted self leveling motorcycles. Honda engineers reformulate flexible at the end of the front, NC 700 compact frame, to install the evolution of the self-balancing system used by the Honda-Uni cub to create a bike that is still upright without the help of riders. The riding assist did not use a gyroscope. The new brain managed several electric motors that turned the front-end geometry, turning the steering-by-wire system and wheel wheels, and enabled autonomous mode.

In this month’s Tokyo Motor Show, Honda brings the next step in technology: an electric version called the Equestrian Assist-E. At the moment, we do not have any specifications on the electric powertrain, but we know that it is completely separate from the robot, the self leveling system. The lower seat electric motor is likely to sit on the battery, cooled by the rear-mounted radiator, and self leveling system. The lower seat electric motor is likely to sit on the battery, is cooled by the rear mount Radiator and charged through the port on the left side of the bike. The shaft of one-sided swing turns the rear wheel.

The separation can make a statement about the versatility of Honda’s self-balancing system-the electric propulsion of e-assisted riding from electric balancing. Only take space on the front end, balance mechanical can be provided on any motorcycle, with any powertrain, it has enough room to front. With the NC 700 as a donor bike between CES, it could be that the two wheelers were developed as a golden average for motorcycle riders, especially for the new and back-seeking horse that was not an accident.

Honda publicity between CES, “we’re also thinking whether we can use this technology on a big bike like gold wings,” as the other might fit a big customer with self-balance here. (Remember, Gold Wing is expected to get the media apparently just before the Tokyo Motor Show.) We’ll know more in a few weeks, we’ll have news on the concept of Super Cub C125, Honda’s other Tokyo collectibles like the anniversary Super Cub 110 celebrating the production of the 100 million cubs, and the Monkey 125.

Honda ‘Riding Assist – E’ Technology

Honda’s self-balancing technology apparently derives from its robot and its self-balancing scooter called Unicab and it works only at very low speed. At higher speed, you would like to be able to tilt the bicycle at turn, and any self-balancing technology is no longer necessary unless it supports crash prevention. Honda riding assist technology does not use the traditional gyroscope for its self-balance as they tend to add a lot of weight.Honda’s system balances the bike instead In order to use the movement of the Minute Steering.
Still, as little know about this fascinating bike, it is probably up to Honda until October 25th that they can use that way when displaying bicycles in the media at the Tokyo show. Well look at the pictures we can also learn some things:

  • Robust trellis frame
  • Single-sided swing
  • Dashboard shows Mode 4, indicating that there are at least four types of assist or riding modes.
  • The degree of the lean angle is also displayed on the dashboard.
  • The charger looks like J1772, but we can not completely verify it.
  • Nisshin Brake
  • Conventional fork
  • LED headlights
  • Bridgestone tires
  • Throttle by wire

Self-balancing two wheels of BMW with motor with light

Previously I wrote about self-balancing two wheels of both motor with light and BMW presented. We automatically informed that the technology consists of two controlled momentum gyroscope (CMG), using gyroscopic torque to maintain the motorcycle in an upright position at full stop, automatically Turns also climb to an instance of counterweight. Briefly, BMW technology is not treating its own power supply distributed system. All in all, Honda’s Riding Assist – e ‘bike is a pretty special looking bicycle. Probably, a little more than a bicycle for learners. We mark October 25 of our calendar and we are looking forward to what Honda has in our store for us.