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CamBike Update: 10 October 2018

last modified Oct 15, 2018 03:44 PM
CamBike Update: 10 October 2018

CamBike Sensor

This week we would again like to invite you to Sensors Day 2018. We will present the project and show the latest data at the conference on 19 October in Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge. If you are interested in attending, you can just drop by (the presentation starts at 12:10 and lasts about half an hour). The entry for you is FREE - you don’t need to register. Just mention that you are a CamBike volunteer at the entrance and they will let you in. We hope to see you there!

Centre for Global Equality

We are happy to announce that we will enter the Global Goals Innovation Cultivator of the Centre for Global Equality (centreforglobalequality.org). We will be provided with monthly mentoring sessions, workshops, networking events, connections with experts within specific fields, funding opportunities and peer learning events. This way, we can keep the project running and explore challenges across disciplines, sectors and countries to co-create innovative solutions.

Distribution

Distribution is ongoing. We are building sensors for you as fast as we can, but it is still a lengthy process. We will let you know as soon as the next batch is ready to hit the road!

We want to include as much data in our presentation next week(!) as possible - if you have a sensor and have not uploaded your latest data, could you please do so before Saturday so that we have enough time to analyse it?

What’s next?

We are currently pretty busy with data analysis. We are writing routines that make the analysis much easier and we are also looking into an intuitive way of plotting bike speeds. This way, we can analyse where bikes get stuck in traffic. We hope to show this new map on Sensors day, so please drop by!