The first in-car emergency assistance system was perhaps GM's OnStar. More recently, Ford has a system on its EcoSport that does the same job. BMW had a similar system on its cars in Europe. Now BMW Motorrad is preparing to offer its Intelligent Emergency Call (IEC) system on its bikes from 2017.
The system uses a GPS to locate the motorcycle and includes a dedicated cellular connection that will be used to reach the BMW call centre. This call will start the ball rolling on getting rescue and help to the motorcylist.
BMW says the...
Published Date: May 10, 2016 03:10 pm | Updated Date: May 10, 2016 03:10 pm