See.Sense enables cities around the world to improve the safety and quality of cycling, increasing its appeal as a sustainable mode of transport in their city
Our lights act as a city’s mobile, all-encompassing, and cost-efficient sensor network, allowing cities to map the condition of roads, flow of cyclists, or potential collision areas.
See.Sense provides cities with insights on collisions and near-miss events to help them identify and reduce dangerous cycling hotspots.
Cities can finally create the infrastructure that will make cycling more convenient, more enjoyable and a more popular mode of transport in a city.
By mapping cycling journeys in real-time, cities can control the flow of cyclists to lower crossing times at junctions or smooth traffic bottlenecks at lights.
See.Sense monitors road surface quality to accurately predict degradation or pothole formation, allowing cities to repair roads more efficiently & cost-effectively.
See.Sense provides Planners with the evidence and data they need to advocate for further funding of better infrastructure (such as an increase in bike lanes).
Our technology can be fully incorporated or retrofitted within city bike schemes, supplying cities with additional benefits such as theft and vandalism alerts.
Mobile apps for collecting cycling data use a phone’s technology to process it so they can only take roughly one recording from the road (e.g. detecting a pothole) every 50cm. In contrast, our technology continually takes recordings on the road so that key insights and information are never missed.
Unlike current mobile phones which contain different sensors, See.Sense lights can measure 16 million instructions per second, providing cities with more insightful information beyond just GPS, such as data on road surface quality, collisions and near-miss events, and journey mapping (including acceleration / deceleration areas).
See.Sense lights are used by all types of cyclists, from commuters and enthusiasts to casual weekend riders. This helps cities account, and build infrastructure for, a less-keen but equally concerned cyclist. A cyclist who may not use current cycling apps, yet who makes up a larger percentage of the population that cycle.
Cyclists are already highly engaged with our technology as they use their lights and app on a daily basis to improve both their safety and riding experience. This gives our solution a lower deployment cost but a higher and more sustained engagement over time.
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