Dainese’s Misano 1000 Jacket doesn’t demand any sensor kit attachment on your motocycle.
In this structure back protector comprise of sensors, electronics and GPS.
The Dainese patented 3D airbag has an inner micro-filament structure which provides uniform inflation of 5cm over all surfaces to provide maximum protection and comfort. The patented construction of the air-bag is unique and differs from all other air-bags used in the automotive industry.
The triggering algorithm, the true brain of the system, utilizes six sensors hosted in the back-protector to monitor the dynamics of the rider’s body 800 times a second and determines when to deploy the system in the event of impacts, high-sides and low-slides with tumbling.
The Misano 1000 air-bag system works in synergy with the back and chest-protectors, safeguarding the riders collar bone, chest and back as well as limiting excessive strain to the neck.
The integration of the ON/OFF switch in the jacket closing flap provides an additional safety factor. An LED on the right arm shows the status of the system.
The jacket will be available, in two color schemes, from November at the price of €1499.
“With the Misano 1000, Dainese widens its range of airbag products reinforcing its total commitment to safety”, said Cristiano Silei, Dainese CEO. “The 1000 deployments of the D-air® system represent a true milestone in the adoption of electronic air-bag systems for motorcyclists. The future of protection is in D-air®.”
Information source: http://www.dainese.com/eu_en/