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Test e-bike with hazard detector at University of Twente

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The Smart Connected Bikes research program will conduct a practical test at the University of Twente in April with an electric bicycle with a hazard detector. Adults who regularly ride a normal bicycle or an e-bike can register to participate in the experiment.

Source: fietsberaad CROW

The Smart Connected Bikes experiment contributes to the development of systems that make cycling safer and more attractive. Participants in the study will wear a vest with sensors and have to make two rides on an e-bike with a hazard detector, totalling six kilometres. They must also complete a questionnaire. The research takes place at the University of Twente and lasts one to one and a half hours.

Anyone who is 18 years or older and rides a bicycle or e-bike every week can register here to participate in the experiment. You can immediately choose a date and time. Participants receive a voucher of 10 euros. More information about the experiment can be found here and to ask questions you can send an email to smartconnectedbikes@utwente.nl .

The Smart Connected Bikes research and innovation program aims to develop and test new technology to make cycling safer, more reliable and more comfortable. It is a partnership between the University of Twente, Accell Group, TNO, TU Delft and Saxion University of Applied Sciences.

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