Bosch launches world’s first fully integrated split screen for motorcycles

Bosch today announced the launch of world’s first fully integrated split screen for motorcycles. A freely programmable split screen that simultaneously displays vehicle information and app content from a smartphone was once reserved exclusively for premium cars. Bosch’s new integrated connectivity cluster is making this feature available for motorcycles in the form of a 10.25-inch TFT display.

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The smartphone integration solution mySPIN brings the connected phone’s content to the motorcycle’s display. The split screen 10.25-inch TFT display presents both relevant vehicle information and riding content like navigation from smartphone apps without distracting the rider.The new 10.25-inch TFT display debuts this year on BMW motorcycles.

Users decide on the content they wish to see on the screen, all of which can be controlled by the handlebar. The contents of a smartphone app, for example, are automatically adapted with mySPIN to show relevant information fitting the size of the motorcycle display. The split screen continues to show key indicators such as speed and warnings.

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