Tali's connected motorcycle helmet has been designated a CES 2020 Innovation Award honoree

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The connected helmet leverages Bluetooth and an app to include features like automatic emergency service notification in the event of a fall or crash, along with telephone, navigation and music support.

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With a 360-degree ring of LEDs, the Tali helmet provides improved visibility, including a headlight, brake light and turn signal functionality.

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This is France-based Tali's first product, and it has a ways to go before production.

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A crowdfunding campaign is in the offing, and there's still certification, production and distribution to be undertaken.

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Even with that long to-do list, the Tali helmet looks very compelling.

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Target pricing is around $1,200. 

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Tali hopes to have the product to market late this year or early next.

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The helmet will come with a charging base.

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You can see the rear taillight better in this view.

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Yep, it's got built in turn signals.

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The full-face helmet also includes a photochromic visor.

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We're not really sure what the purple light mode is for, but it sure is eye-catching.

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