This is where the system is crashing and then reboots.
It does happen from time to time - I used to see it happen once a month I guess.
I also had one that started to do it constantly and had to be replaced under warranty. I had to wait 6 weeks for the replacement to arrive.
I was told that they were very expensive to replace outside of warranty.
I don't think that a BSI reset would make any difference at all.
Short answer - I don't think there is anything you can do about it... but if you are under warranty then absolutely report it so that it is noted on your service receipt, which may aid you with a replacement if needed later on.
Try to change (and clone) SD card. On my RT6 SD card was corrupted. You have to dismantle the console, take out the head unit and then take apart the unit, SD card is kind of hidden in the unit, there is no slot unfortunately.
After changing SD card and latest firmware (2.86) my RT6 works great. Calibration was needed too, because my previous firmware was 2.21.