See.Sense returns to VeloCity!
As any good cycling company that wants to stay in the loop in the cycling world, See.Sense is making the trip down to Dublin for VeloCity next week. This is our fourth year attending VeloCity, and each year so far has been amazing, so we are really looking forward to what unfolds much closer to home in Dublin.
Some photos of previous years at VeloCity (left to right) Taipei, The Netherlands and Rio.
Between presentations come and have a chat with See.Sense in the exhibitor’s room. You can find us at stand B11. There, we’ll be happy to show you our award winning lights and explain our current project with Antwerp, Dublin, and Manchester for SynchroniCity.
We’ll also be launching our new Bike Share Solutions offer, called See.Sense Inside, which allows Bike Share operators to Supercharge their bike share schemes with See.Sense data. And if that's not enough, we'll also be launching our new Corporate Partnership offer, to work with forward-thinking employers who want to encourage more employees to cycle. For more information, be sure to stop by our stand and have a conversation with us.
You can also find us over on the Eco-Counter stand (K3/4), where we'll be showcasing the results of an exciting research collaboration we undertook together to demonstrate the power of our combined data set. Eco-Counter is a company specialised in pedestrian and bicycle counting solutions and have clients in over 50 countries around the world. Learn how we combined data sets to come up with a way to estimate cyclist numbers all across the city.
Then, on Friday, come to Conference Room Liffey A at 10:30 to hear our Co-founder and CSO, Irene McAleese, present with AECOM about how our technology’s role in investigating the service quality of cycle infrastructure. Immediately after, at 11:45, jump over to Liffey Hall 2 to hear Irene discuss current and past See.Sense projects in Dublin, in a session titled “Smart Dublin in Motion”.
But of course, See.Sense is going to do more while in Dublin than just attend the conference. We’re eager to participate in the Bike Parade on Wednesday and explore the Sutton to Sandycove cycle route, which is one of the many impressive projects Dublin City Council and the National Transport Authority have completed in recent years (hoping for good weather!). Rain or shine though, you should be able to spot us easily with our own highly visible lights on bikes provided by the conference. On Thursday, we’re thrilled to have the Conference Dinner at the Guinness Storehouse and have a pint, as no trip to Dublin is complete without having a Guinness. Feel free to come and mingle with us at either of these events or at our stand!