The idea behind COMODULE Diamond Display is simple: a small screen on the handlebar which tells me the most important bike information like speed or trip distance during my ride. Three buttons guide me through an clear menu and I can change assist level and can control lights.
Taking a closer look on the device unveils features that neither bike riders nor bike manufacturers want to miss in future. Let’s begin with the rider:
As Diamond Display always comes along with COMODULE App the rider gains a whole new dimension to his bike. By pairing his phone to the bike via Bluetooth the rider is for example able to individualize his bike settings according to his preferences. He can track his rides and compare it with former ones or share it to his social community. Or he can start a navigation on the phone whereas the navigation information will be shown on the handlebar during his ride so he can store his phone and just focus on the beauty of his ride.
If COMODULE App is the interface for the rider to his bike then COMODULE Platform is the interface for the manufacturer to his bikes. In essence it helps to do one thing: improving the rider’s bike experience. Given that the bike rider has agreed these services the manufacturer is for example able to inform the customer through his app when the next service point of the bike has been reached. Or he can use anonymous bike performance data to further develop the drive system. He can even provide over-the-air firmware updates for the riders. In short he can further improve the riding, service and user experience even after the bike has been sold.
As all other products in COMODULE connectivity platform, Diamond Display is always branded according to the bike. By that the manufacturer is able to create a holistic brand experience from bike to app – product communication to digital tools and media.
COMODULE Diamond Display can be combined with all open e-bike drive systems and gives manufacturers a simple tool to start providing connected products.
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