Autotalks Launches V2X Chip to Protect Vulnerable Road Users on Electric Bikes and Scooters

By Sunil Sonkar
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Autotalks Launches V2X Chip to Protect Vulnerable Road Users on Electric Bikes and Scooters

Israeli vehicle tech company Autotalks has assured keeping two-wheeler riders protected. It has launched a chip called Vulnerable Road Users (VRUs) for the purpose. The new chip is part of their TEKTON3-BIKE line. It is designed to help the electric vehicle and scooter riders to stay safe on the road. It basically enables the vehicles to communicate with other vehicles on the road.


The VRU chip works with vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technology. It works with communication tools of devices like GPS and Bluetooth. The integration allows electric bikes and scooters to “talk” to cars, trucks and other vehicles. It provides a safety net to warn riders of potential dangers.

One of the key benefits of the TEKTON3-BIKE chip is its ability to reduce common accidents. It is claimed to be highly useful in busy urban areas and intersections. It can alert riders if there is a risk of a collision at an intersection. It can also alert if a vehicle is approaching from behind.

The chip is innovative and is part of the new 3rd generation V2X bicycle safety device Autotalks, which is attached to the handlebars of a bike or scooter to give real-time alerts about any immediate threats. The goal is to provide cyclists with the information they need to stay safe. The focus is also to enhance awareness and response times.

Autotalks CEO Hagai Zyss expressed their commitment to rider safety. He said that they are delighted to introduce solutions for micromobility based on their 3rd generation chipset. The vision of zero accidents can only be achieved by safeguarding cyclists and other vulnerable road users. Their chip meets all the needs of cyclists at an attractive price point.

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