Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LAS VEGAS, NV - Jan 09, 2018 - SKULLY Technologies, designer and manufacturer of augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI) wearable technology that enrich and make for a safer mobile experience, made its global debut at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Following its acquisition of the former Silicon Valley SKULLY Inc., the company is focused on making it right for the SKULLY Nation. Conference attendees can visit SKULLY Technologies’ booth #21531 in the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) South Hall 1.
Determined to make it right for the contributions made by members of the original SKULLY Nation, it was imperative to SKULLY Technologies to demonstrate its core values and commitment to its customers, from the start. Its Make It Right campaign was created to do just that by giving anyone who previously pre-ordered or contributed to the SKULLY Inc. effort via Indiegogo the opportunity to receive a SKULLY FENIX AR.
At the show, SKULLY will be hosting a live-demo experience at its booth to showcase some of the most anticipated features of its smart helmet technology, including its patented 180 rear view camera, heads-up display, music and navigation. The forthcoming SKULLY FENIX AR helmet features will be comprised of the following components:
The SKULLY FENIX AR is bringing riders an unparalleled experience that offers increased safety and optimal connectivity, and there’s no better time or place to introduce the world’s most intelligent motorcycle helmet than CES. We are deeply passionate about transforming riders’ mobility experience, and by pioneering the SKULLY FENIX AR, this is a critical first step in our imperative mission to enrich how people engage with the personal mobility interconnect that sets a new standard for safety.
· Advanced Safety – GPS Navigation, Voice Command, 360 Awareness
· Superior Technology – 180 Rear View Camera, Semi-Transparent Heads-Up Display, Smartphone Integration, Hands-Free Calling & Music
· Custom Comfort – Front & Top Venting, Adjustable Soft Liner, Anti-Fog Visor, Fully Integrated Features
“The SKULLY FENIX AR is bringing riders an unparalleled experience that offers increased safety and optimal connectivity, and there’s no better time or place to introduce the world’s most intelligent motorcycle helmet than CES,” shares Ivan Contreras, co-founder and CEO of SKULLY Technologies. “We are deeply passionate about transforming riders’ mobility experience, and by pioneering the SKULLY FENIX AR, this is a critical first step in our imperative mission to enrich how people engage with the personal mobility interconnect that sets a new standard for safety.”
SKULLY FENIX AR was created with a design-forward approach and has a sleek, modern look. The FENIX AR is expected to begin shipping this summer.
Based in Atlanta, Ga., SKULLY Technologies was founded in 2017 by Ivan Contreras and Rafael Contreras, experienced leaders in the transportation, motorcycle and technology industries, who are dedicated to playing a critical role in smart transportation. To schedule an appointment at CES to demo the SKULLY AR sample unit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, and to learn more about SKULLY Technologies and the SKULLY FENIX AR, visit www.skullytechnologies.com.
About SKULLY Technologies
SKULLY Technologies designs and manufacturers AR and AI wearable technology as a part of the personal mobility interconnect. Its first product, the world’s most intelligent motorcycle helmet, provides advanced technology to promote a safe, comfortable and connected ride. Headquartered in Atlanta, the new company is led by a team of technology, transportation and motorcycle experts, including majority owners, Ivan Contreras, founder and CEO of Torrot/GasGas motorcycle brands and Rafael Contreras, president of Carbures, aerospace carbon fiber manufacturer; and minority owners Western Technology Investment, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm and Daniel Reiner, an investor in transportation technologies. For more information, visit www.skullytechnologies.com.
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