See.Sense is an award-winning Amazon Web Services (AWS) start-up customer that makes unique, intelligent bike lights. The lights help to make cycling safer for cyclists as they are visible in daylight and flash at times of danger. They also collect data insights about the quality of roads that can help local authorities to make decisions about infrastructure. Read more about how See.Sense lights work in this article in the Evening Standard.
AWS is running a pilot project with See.Sense. Our aim is to collect data insights about the roads around Amazon’s offices in London, to contribute to efforts to improve cycling in the city.
We’re inviting 200 Amazonians who’d like to help collect these insights the chance to buy a See.Sense ACE rear light (which usually retail for £44.99 each) for just £2. We will donate all the proceeds from the sale of the lights to the Prince’s Trust, an AWS charity partner. To take part in the project, you must opt in to having data insights on your ride collected. See FAQ below for more details on how See.Sense collects data, and its data protection policies.
To purchase your See.Sense ACE Rear PROJECT light for the special price of £2 you must:
If you do not meet this criteria, See.Sense will not process your order.
Remember, you'll need to use the code AMAZONIAN at the checkout