The Schuberth and Sena collaboration continues as the two companies unveil another helmet-communication system integrated into the Schuberth helmets.
In order to make communicating, telephoning, navigating and listening to music while riding even simpler, Schuberth has teamed with Sena communication systems. Their first collaboration will be presented at the INTERMOT in Cologne, October 5-9.
In addition to safety and comfort, Schuberth has long been setting the pace when it comes to integrating wireless communication systems. The Magdeburg-based German helmet pioneer is one of the first manufacturers to offer a communication system that can be fully integrated into the helmet as an option, and that supplies built-in antennas as standard. The M1 is the first and at present only helmet on the market equipped with microphones and loudspeakers as standard, and to which the optional plug & play communication system can be connected quickly.
"Within a very short period of time, Sena developed a communication system with us that will set new standards in the industry,” said Jan-Christian Becker, CEO of the Schuberth Group. “We will be presenting the system and two new helmets at the INTERMOT show in Cologne.” Tae Kim, CEO of Sena, is also thrilled about the collaboration: "Schuberth and Sena are similar in many respects. Both are innovative, rank among the technology leaders and place great importance on customer satisfaction. Together, we'll inject fresh impetus into the field of in-helmet communication."