Forest in Aarhus, Denmark, implements ‘RopeLight’ infrastructureComments Off on Forest in Aarhus, Denmark, implements ‘RopeLight’ infrastructure
RopeLight is a continuous LED light strip that lines the forest’s cycle path, installed as part of the BITS project to improve safety and offer a new cycling experience.
In the Aarhus location, the installation of regular street lights would have been difficult, leading to a poorly-lit route. The newly installed RopeLight infrastructure guides the cyclist on the path through the forest in the dark hours.
The LEDs’ color schemes can be altered according to the season or to highlight events and other initiatives. Creators of RopeLight hope that this will add a level of excitement when traveling the route. Additionally, the LEDs can be dimmed to ensure a light level that allows cyclists to benefit from the solution while not being overwhelmed by the light.
BITS is a four-year project within the European Interreg, in which several countries work together to increase bicycle use and safety through ITS applications.