By collecting qualitative and quantitative data from participating cyclists in the See.Sense pilot project, a more comprehensive picture of Denver’s cycling network is available and it’s easier to quickly identify areas of the city that would benefit from infrastructure improvements the most.”
We've partnered with See.Sense to collect data from cyclists to make London's roads safer. These sensors - built into bike lights - report unusual movements, braking, sudden swerving and more, helping Transport for London better understand high risk locations on streets.
"See.Sense provided a rich dataset for future research and analysis. The data is objective, and has the potential to inform policy changes related to speed management, cycling promotion, bicycle infrastructure, geofencing, and e-bikes."