The Honda Riding Assist Technology was Shown Off at CES 2017

 - Jan 9, 2017
References: youtube & geeky-gadgets
There has been ample talk regarding self-driving vehicles, but the new Honda Riding Assist technology identifies what's being done when it comes to motorbikes to make them more intuitive to ride. Unveiled at CES 2017, the Honda Riding Assist technology works to keep a motorbike upright without requiring a rider to do much when it comes to balancing.

The new technology from Honda was created utilizing technology used to create the brand's ASIMO robot as well as the UNI-CUB self-balancing scooter. Details regarding when the new technology will be available on motorbikes remains unknown as the brand has unveiled it but provided no further details.

The Honda Riding Assist technology would help to greatly reduce the instance of motorbike riders falling over when in motion to cut down the number of accidents that occur.