In The Link, a short sci-fi film, Yamaha explores the unlimited possibilities of the bond between man and machine, and the rationale behind its new Y-Connect app.
We’re all riding in a new world that has pushed us to evolve and find a new way to move. The rise of social distancing, working from home, and other new normal parameters have changed our lifestyle to be more dependent on digital connectivity. The advancement of technology has allowed society to better adapt to the changes brought about by quarantine culture. But has humanity reached the limit of its connection with technology?
Premiered live on the Yamaha Facebook page, The Link centers around Luke, a brilliant inventor who loves riding motorcycles. He has AVA, an artificial intelligence of his own design whose objective is to make his life better. It is fascinated by Luke’s love for riding and the happiness he gets from it. AVA suggests a way to further connect men with their machines and improve their experience. Together they develop a brand-new technology, an innovation that redefines the connection of rider and machine. An idea to elevate the way you ride gave birth to Y-Connect.
Yamaha’s latest state-of-the-art invention, Y-Connect is an application that can be used on your smartphone to connect with your Yamaha motorcycle through a Communication Control Unit or CCU. Now that this innovation has been revealed, next up will be the machines that link to it — that launch is coming very soon.
To know more about Y-Connect visit the website Yamaha-Motor.com.ph.