Lattice, a San Francisco based company, is hoping to give your bike a major upgrade to its security.
At CES, the company announced its Ellipse smart bike lock, which aims to secure your bike like an armored car.
The Ellipse has military grade construction, an accelerometer Bluetooth and a battery.
Since it allows a lock to detect its location whether someone tried to break into it and provide convenient keyless entry, all through an incomplecating app.
On the accessory the lock is a solar panel to recharge the battery.
Apparent just one hour of sunlight is the ellipse enough power for a week.
There's also a crash alert feature which can alert up to three friends in case you get into a dangerous crash.
It even sends the location.
The Elipse has keyless entry, which is not only convenient for owners, but allows access to be granted for friends for bike sharing.
The Elipse Smart Bike Lock will cost $199 US and be available to purchase in the first half of 2017.
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