See.Sense was featured in The Times on Monday 27th November 2017. The feature discussed the smart technology that will give cyclists warnings of potholes from See.Sense smart lights as well as ongoing trials that are currently taking place in Manchester and Dublin.
Philip McAleese, co-founder said: “We can then show where we expect potholes to form. Today road surface inspection is either manual or via machine, so most roads are only reviewed every one to three years. Yet defects often presents themselves in days, particularly with freeze and thaw events, which cause cracking and hydraulic action from car tyres running over defects in wet conditions”
The Times article can be read by clicking here