Are Airbag Helmets Safer Than Helmets?
The installation of a “black box” in most inflated helmets is one of the most interesting advancements in the field of helmet innovation. This allows the user to send crash data directly to the manufacturer, who can then use the information to modify particular features of the vehicle. Many helmet makers have compared the technology to airbags in cars, which not only inflate on impact but also send data about the incident to law enforcement and the original manufacturer’s research and development team. This technology, according to Gizmodo, is linked to the trust factor connected with airbag helmets: we have no difficulty trusting airbags to deploy in our automobiles, but are more skeptical when it comes to growing airbag helmet technology for some reason.
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