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Vivacity Labs expands into Australia with Bicycle Network partnership

AI-powered traffic sensors will be installed in the City of Port Phillip in Australia this year to measure bike rider, pedestrian and motor vehicle movements and help the council reduce congestion and increase sustainable transport. The sensors, which capture anonymous data on different modes of travel, have been installed by …

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TfGM partners with Vivacity Labs for cycling and walking development in Manchester

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is to advance its cycling and walking infrastructure programme through the rollout of new technology by Vivacity Labs. The transport technology scaleup has been awarded a new contract by TfGM in its latest investment into the city’s cycling and walking infrastructure. The partnership will see …

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LoreOne 3D-printed shoe now available to pre-order

Lore has launched the LoreOne for pre-order – the ‘first’ 3D-printed hard-shelled carbon shoe. “This is an exciting moment for cycling as a sport, footwear, and manufacturing as a whole,” said Stephan Drake, CEO of Lore. “The LoreOne realises the long-held promise of 3D printing for groundbreaking end-use products: it …

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Australian trial launches to capture road safety insights using smart bike light technology

The Andrews Labor Government is launching an Australian-first trial using smart bike light technology that will assist in finding new ways to reduce road trauma in cyclists. The 12-month trial will see a diverse group of 1,000 Victorians given access to a See.Sense smart bike light, with the technology capturing …

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Halfords donates wind tunnel facility to British Cycling

The Great Britain Cycling Team will have its own cycling wind tunnel in Manchester, courtesy of a million-pound gift from Halfords to support British Cycling’s athletes and cycling at all levels across Great Britain. The donation and relocation are a move to support British Cycling and maximise utilisation by cycling …

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TfWM using 5G technology to cut traffic congestion with help from Vivacity Labs

Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) is harnessing the power of 5G technology to cut traffic congestion on some of the West Midlands busiest roads with the help of Vivacity Labs. The network of 5G sensors will relay live traffic information to local authorities so that action can be taken as …

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Verve Cycling partners with Dimitris Katsanis to develop power measurement technology

Verve Cycling has partnered with Dimitris Katsanis with the aim to develop the ‘most cutting-edge’ measurement technology. Katsanis, founder and CEO of Metron Additive Engineering, will work closely with Verve Cycling’s in-house engineers on a number of innovations. “Working at the cutting-edge of cycling performance has always been a passion …

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Richmond Council rolling out digital sensors to provide active travel insights

Richmond Council is rolling out digital sensors to provide insights into active travel and pedestrian movements, to inform planning to improve the road network and urban environment and help make the borough smarter, safer and more sustainable. The council will be working with UK-based transport artificial intelligence company Vivacity Labs, …

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Coefficient Cycling reveals aerodynamic analysis of RR handlebar

Coefficient Cycling visited the San Diego Wind Tunnel on 26th February to gather scientific evidence that its handlebar designs improve rider and bike aerodynamics. Cycling aerodynamicist Aaron Ross developed the protocols, managed wind tunnel testing, tabulated the results and wrote the conclusion. This analysis looks closely at how the Coefficient …

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