Tech and data company See.Sense nominated for prestigious transport award 

The innovative tech and data company See.Sense has been nominated for a prestigious transport award for road safety. 

Based in Northern Ireland, See.Sense is a cycling light manufacturer, that also collects and utilises rider data to help improve road safety and inform authorities. 

The brand has been shortlisted for the Road Safety category in the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) Awards, for its work in improving rider safety through crowdsourced sensor data. 

Neil Johnstone, president of the CIHT, said: “The fantastic array of entries we have received this year have demonstrated the wide range of activity, innovation, and problem-solving that we as professionals deliver. I would like to commend all of those who have been shortlisted for CIHT’s Awards and would congratulate all those organisations and their supporters who have put so much into the high-caliber entries this year.”

Winners of the CIHT Awards will be announced at a ceremony on June 15, 2023, at the London Hilton Bankside Hotel, where See.Sense will compete against other industry leaders in the Road Safety category. The award ceremony will feature 11 categories that recognise innovation, creativity, and achievement in the transportation industry. 

See.Sense has worked with Transport for London and the Birmingham Cycle Smart Brum project, along with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, to help improve road safety. 

The brand has developed a range of connected smart lights for cyclists, which also allow See.Sense to anonymously collect rider data, which can be used by authorities to inform infrastructure decisions and help improve safety. 

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See.Sense collaborates with a range of cities as well as B2B clients, including bike and e-scooter fleet operators and employers, providing advanced data services. 

Currently more than 120,000 cyclists are using See.Sense lights. 

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