A hopeful leading indicator -- ideally with a voice command option to capture video of reckless drivers
"Elbit Systems Ltd., the Israeli drone maker, is gearing up to sell its first consumer product in nearly a quarter-century -- augmented reality goggles for bicycle riders, equipped with technology developed for fighter-pilot helmets.
Made by Everysight, an Elbit spinoff, the glasses have a map-projection overlay that helps riders navigate new terrain, gives real-time performance metrics and allows cyclists to receive notifications, calls and text messages. Chief Financial Officer Joseph Gaspar said the solution is similar to obstacle-avoidance technology for autonomous cars developed by Mobileye NV, an Israeli company that Intel Corp. bought in March for $14.7 billion."Coming Soon: Cyclist Goggles With Fighter Pilot Technology - Bloomberg