Seemore Aware

To be installed on a motorcycle

We are opening a new chapter in the history of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems – ADAS.

Seemore Aware is a module with a revolutionary solution enabling constant monitoring of the motorcycle surroundings. The biker can switch on and off selected functions using an Android or iOS device.

The solution can be installed and used on any motorbike, without the need for any adaptation. All the user has to do is buy the hardware module and then choose any ADAS systems.

How it works?

System collects information from the surroundings, analyses it, and presents to the biker.


The system collects data from the motorbike’s surroundings on an ongoing basis, detecting the presence of all road users.


Then, the system analyzes the collected data and, based on appropriate scenarios, informs the biker about potential hazards.


The biker is informed via external accessories (e.g. hands-free kit or LEDs installed on the mirrors).

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What can Seemore Aware do?

These are the functionalities (ADAS features), which are implemented in Seemore Aware:

  • front and rear collision detection
  • blind spot elimination
  • detection of unintentional line crossing
  • detection of pedestrians on the road
  • detection of animals on the road
  • traffic sign recognition
  • advanced prediction of dangerous events
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Seemore S.A. implements a project entitled “Seemore Aware” implemented under the Intelligent Development Operational Program 2014-2020 Measure 1.3: R&D works financed with capital funds Sub-measure 1.3.1: Support for research and development projects in the preseed phase by proof of concept funds – BRIdge Alfa.

The aim of the project is to create a solution that increases the safety of motorcyclists by creating a spatial map of the road environment, recognizing objects on the road and warning the biker of the potential threats.

The result of the project will be the creation of a prototype solution based on artificial intelligence and image processing techniques for use in the automotive industry.

Project value: PLN 1,000,000.00

Contribution of European Funds: PLN 800,000.00