Leader in the production of engine control units, GET offers as well a complete service of research and development
GET is Athena’s brand which revolutions vehicles and pilots performances. Thanks to innovative technologies applied to the design of these systems, GET’s products can offer both an optimal power control and parameter’s analysis, in order to maximise the performances in any situation, from the competitions to everyday life
Smart SOS is the innovative tool that operates both as a programmable SOS alarm and a wireless engine hour counter. Thanks to an internal accelerometer that perceives falls, the device is able to send an SOS notification with GPS coordinates to a selected number of contacts, all via a free App. Smart SOS allows also to set customized maintenance intervals in order to always keep the bike at peak performance.
GET carries out on its products many tests in any kind of condition, in order to verify the performance and to offer a complete service, from the vehicles development to the homologation.
For this reason, GET plant has 5 static and dynamic engine testing rooms equiped with the best technologies and it is also accredited from TUV Italy, the testing certification and auditing company.
GET gives the pilots the opportunity to variate and customize the main parameters of the ECU thanks to an exclusive WiFi setting tool. By connecting the Smartphone or tablet to WiFiCOM, thanks to the free App WiGET, you can modify specific parts of the map and, through the pre installed profiles, try immediately new settings.
GET has developed and patented a unique power control system which works as a sort of traction control without any additional sensors. GPA manages and delivers the right power required in that specific condition in order to guarantee a safer ride whilst maintaining maximum performance.
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