Students from the 4th year of the Degree in Industrial Design Engineering and Degree in Design have designed and manufactured Dayna, the first off-road and 100% electric motorcycle designed to offer a rescue and assistance service in sport events.
The two-wheeled vehicle provides more agile access for rescue and medical teams to the area where the injured person is located in order to be able to treat him/her initially and decide quickly if it is necessary to evacuate him/her using other medical transports. Dayna is medicalized and incorporates the necessary equipment and materials to carry out basic treatment and stabilization of the injured.
Dayna is based on a new smart system with yacht connection, blind spot and proximity sensors, Bluetooth and GPS that would allow to reduce the time of action during the rescue services. If commercially produced, the motorcycle would be able to integrate information from GPS tracking devices and combine it with data from runners' applications to analyze their movement. Dayna would thus be able to deal with accidents or situations in which the rider may need assistance before he even requests it, for example detecting a potentially injured rider stopping too long, among others.
Connectivity between different driving parameters
Dayna connects through the mobile device to increase communication capabilities, with built-in GPS and satellite connectivity. In situations of insufficient coverage by phone or radio, the motorcycle could directly activate the satellite communication, enabling fast communication.
The motorcycle also integrates a screen that allows to adjust the driving parameters, choosing between the different modes depending on the terrain and the remaining battery. Through the screen, the special lights for the intervention service can also be activated to alert people who are in the motorcycle's range of action. Dayna has two removable and interchangeable batteries, emergency lights and a trunk with space to carry the necessary items for rescue.