A German technology company is testing new motorcycle safety technology that can prevent motorcycles from colliding or overturning. The technology being tested is not new and similar to the technology used by astronauts in zero-gravity navigation. The Company's anti-skid system uses a device similar to a car airbag to provide external lateral force when the tire of the motorcycle loses traction. In other words, when a bicycle begins to slide and fall, the pressurized gas propeller will push down and straighten the motorcycle so that it does not roll.
The thruster counteracts the sliding wheel, allowing the rider to re-stabilize the bike. The gas is pushed out of the propeller of the motorcycle, more or less like the spacecraft will use the propeller to change direction. Here, the sliding wheel is subjected to the thrust to straighten the motorcycle and give the rider some traction to avoid the disaster.
The only downside is that the system is like a car airbag and can only be used once. Once the gas propulsion system is started, the system will have to be reinstalled. But so far, the system is still in beta, so when it comes to the actual use of mass-produced motorcycles, the company may find new ways to make it reusable.