Jaguar’s Bike Sense System Uses Sensors to Alert Drivers of Nearby Bicycles or Motorcycles

Jaguar has unveiled “Bike Sense”, an experimental technology that alerts a driver of nearby bicycles and motorcycles in an effort to reduce accidents between cars and two-wheeled vehicles. The system uses sensors to identify nearby bikes or motorcycles, and warns the driver with a variety of cues including lights, a bicycle bell sound, and vibrations in the car’s pedals. It also works to reduce “dooring” accidents by flashing a warning light and sending a vibration through the interior door handle if a passenger tries to open the door when a bike is approaching. There’s no word on when the technology might be available in production vehicles.