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Working in tandem with tech to set a business idea in motion

Initially a pet project, See.Sense now sells smart lights into 70 countries and collects practical data to inform safety and traffic planning decisions

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
26th April, 2020
Irene and Philip McAleese of See.Sense make smart bike lights which use sensor technology from mobile phones

What began as an idea to make a better bike light has developed into a data-led project that could reshape cities across the world.

See.Sense, which is based in Newtownards in Co Down, makes smart bike lights which use sensor technology from mobile phones. The lights adjust their frequency in relation to the level of traffic and the position the bike is in, and can also collect data in areas including cycling patterns and road...

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