The Big Data Cycle
From tackling smog to visualising blind spots, we’re exploring how IoT enabled bicycles can keep cyclists safe, help them train harder, and transform how councils tackle complex environmental problems.
On 30th July, our Business Development Manager, Terence, will be taking part in RideLondon, cycling a 100 mile course from the bustling streets of London to the scenic countryside of Surrey.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be tracking Terence’s training using IoT enabled devices.
These devices will measure environmental points as well as rider performance, giving us valuable insights into the surrounding area and Terence’s training progress.
Every week we’ll be adding to the Big Data Cycle Story with weekly training and air quality analytics, as well as sharing everything you need to know about IoT, the environment, and connected cycling.
You can read more about the project in our first story or view the story so far below.
Terence will be riding for stem4—a small charity with a huge reach. They aim to improve teenage mental health by stemming common mental health issues early through awareness, intervention, debate, education, and self-help. You can read more about the incredible work they do here.