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BMW Announces Motorcycle Automatic Control System

BMW has announced the of their first motorcycle control (looks like control to us) system for street

The system uses the BMW Motorrad ABS system and advances it from a solution acting only on the into a fully networked system.

With this new of Integral ABS, BMW has developed a for additional dynamic riding systems with a reduction in requirements and features. The new technology opens up the option in future for rider assistance functions.

The step in this direction is BMW ASC Automatic Stability Control as of 2007. This first in the world serving to control spin on a production motorcycles is introduced as an optional extra on the models in the BMW K and Boxer Series, than the R1200R as has been

BMW claims that they are as the pioneer in the introduction of advanced technologies on the motorcycle. This enhances the leadership which BMW has shown in the area of active for more than 15 years.

NOTE From Visitor The article states it is the first in the world serving to control spin on a production motorcycles. At any it’s wrong. Honda the same thing on their ABS-TCS in 1992, 15 years

And it works great. It uses the ABS as does BMW, and it also engine power also, as BMW. Seems BMW is 15 years to the party.

BMW wanted to choosing the development partner for both so they had to focus on that specific competence in control and the networking of functions within the

In recent years, major car have become aware of the challenges presented by the motorcycle its specific riding dynamics and the potential for motorcycle control in the market.

The decisive point in of the development partner was the willingness and to develop specialized solutions for use on BMW motorcycles. So taking this account, joint development of the new of ABS brake technology started with Continental-Teves in early

Integral ABS

BMW’s new Integral ABS has been developed separately the previous system and the entire of the system has been newly from the ground up. Capitalizing on in technology in both hydraulics and the development engineers have in simplifying the architecture of the system at the same time enhancing its The result is stopping power and short stopping distances without electrical power on the brakes.

The new Integral ABS is no longer on the plunger principle or, respectively, the ram process used on previous but instead is conceived as a valve Carried over from applications, this control is now able to ensure a very standard of all-round comfort and

In particular, feedback of brake modulation on the brake lever has reduced by recent development of the valves and management to such an that it no longer has any kind of effect, thus paving the way for of the new system in other BMW motorcycles.

The new Integral ABS system applies pressure on the front wheel solely by means of a hydraulic thus acting entirely in to the operating forces applied on the lever. This is claimed to a more direct feeling of the particularly important to the sports-minded Also, the rider should no have to get used to any change in or operation of the brakes when over from a motorcycle ABS.

The new system naturally the proven semi-integral function, is automatic activation of the rear-wheel when operating the front-wheel Pressing the rear brake however, the rider, as in the case of a system, activates only the brake at the rear.

As with the system, the advantages of this brake are ideal brake distribution on both wheels all conditions, naturally taking conditions into account, as as enhanced control enabling the to detect at an early point the of the rear wheel lifting off applying the brakes all-out, and to appropriate counter-action.

To provide the desired integral brake pressure for the rear-wheel is generated and built up by an electronically hydraulic pump. This the advantage of pressure management and completely independent of the front circuit — which is the for dynamic, adaptive and, consistently ideal brake distribution to the rear wheel as as fully independent brake and control.

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In the event of any deficiencies in the pump or electrical components, the brake acts hydraulically as a conventional system, overriding the function. This has no effect on the operation of the front-wheel brake, the difference being that the ABS is no longer operative in the event of a deficiency.

Automatic Stability

Automatic Stability Control is a additional assistance function on a high-torque motorcycle and when under varying conditions slippery surfaces. Indeed, ASC is the counterpart to ABS.

Automatic Stability Control the rear wheel from uncontrolled when accelerating and thus avoids any loss of forces and stability which would make the rear swerve out of control. Lift-off and intervention serves furthermore to the front wheel from up when accelerating under power.

Acting together, two functions enhance riding and thus help to ensure a standard of safety on the road. system will allow the to deactivate ASC at any time, also riding.

Like ABS, ASC is also subject to certain in bends due to the riding physics of a And it is essential to note that ASC is not to push forward, let alone the physical limits to the stability of a when leaning over in a

In its basic principles, the system and its functions are quite straight The ABS wheel sensors determine the at which the wheels are turning. any sudden change in the difference in front-to-rear, the electronic control is able to detect any risk of the wheel spinning, engine responding immediately by intervening in the angle to take back power. Should this not be that is should a greater of engine power be required, injection will be cancelled out for a time.

This kind of control and is fast and sensitive, with any on riding comfort and dynamics virtually negligible, claims

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