Cyclists searching for a new smart light for their bike may be interested in ACE created by Philip McAleese, which combines the latest artificial intelligence technology together with an elegant LED design.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about how ACE can help you ride safer throughout your city. ACE has this week launched via Kickstarter and already plastered past its £30,000 pledge goal thanks to over 1,220 backers.
The development team behind the ACE bicycle smart light explain more about its development and design.
It’s intelligent, it’s connected and it has a big vision for you and your city. ACE’s patent pending Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technology monitors and reacts to every moment of your journey. It flashes brighter and faster to improve your visibility at times when you need it most, such as at road junctions, roundabouts, approaching car headlights and more.
ACE also seamlessly integrates with a brand new smartphone app, featuring a clean, new interface designed in conjunction with leading interaction design experts. Join our community and open up a world of new possibilities. We’ve improved battery alerts, crash and theft alerting and introduced bike registration and stats. Combining brains with beauty, See.Sense ACE is small, simple to use and helps secure your space on the road.
We launched the world’s first intelligent, daylight visible lights back in 2013 and every light we’ve launched since has been designed with a focus on daylight visibility. ACE is our fourth generation lighting product and combines five years of R&D with the experiences and ideas shared by our cycling community. It’s an innovative, no compromise, no nonsense approach that has produced an exceptional lighting product.
ACE is now available to back via Kickstarter with early bird pledges starting from just £23 and delivery expected to take place during June 2018. For full specifications and more information jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page via the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News, Top News