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High-tech bell allows cyclists to log incidents

Dublin designed Liberty Bell has software to help city authorities make cycling safer, writes Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
18th June, 2017
Síle Ginnane of FluidedgeFergal Phillips

A Dublin-based web development business has developed an internet of things (IoT) solution that could change the face of cycling globally.

Fluidedge, run by Síle Ginnane and Conor Cahill, has developed the Liberty Bell to improve data tracking of incidents involving cyclists. The bicycle bell with embedded software has already been trialled in Dublin and is being rolled out in Boulder, Colorado, in the United States.

The move into IoT is a huge...

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