Meet Copilot, smart tech for your bike.
An AI-powered bike light and camera designed to keep you safe on the road.
How does it work?
Copilot constantly senses the roadway, looking for approaching vehicles and understanding behavior. Using artificial intelligence, Copilot can understand when a vehicle safely negotiates passing a cyclist, but it can also identify an aggressive or distracted driver approaching dangerously. In those cases, Copilot alerts the cyclist and the driver to prevent crashes before they can occur.
Ask most any person who bikes for transportation and they'll likely say a similar thing when it comes to their gear: I wish I didn't need any of it, but it keeps me safe. Copilot is another tool that could give us some solace until our cities catch up and do their part in the work to keep us safe on the streets.
In November 2022, I was hit by a vehicle on my bike commute home. I was in a marked bike lane, and the driver didn’t think to check for oncoming bike traffic. My crash didn’t stop me from commuting and the video and prediction that Copilot provides will make my commute safer and provide documentation if I’m hit again.
As a long time cyclist, staying safe in traffic has always been a critical, primary concern. I firmly believe technology like Copilot will become the bedrock for future safety standards concerning vehicle-cyclist scenarios.
We’re giving cyclists an intelligent companion so you can pedal in confidence, knowing Copilot has your back.
Collect valuable data and capture video recording of every ride you take.
Don’t ride blind. Get audible warnings when a driver is approaching dangerously from behind.
Copilot's warning mechanisms alert drivers to dangerous interactions with bicyclists.
Track driver behavior to help you ride smarter and prevent crashes.
More than a bike light
With Copilot, you’ll have the world’s smartest cycling companion. Go for that city ride, commute to work, explore the countryside, and do it all with peace of mind knowing Copilot has your back.
Traffic monitoring and alerts
Predictive Risk Estimation
Audible Warning for Drivers (90 dB)