Liberty Bell are thrilled to be speaking at Velo-City 2018! Velo-city 2018, in South America for the first time, will focus on the main theme Access to Life, linked to the overall goal of cycling inclusion.
Liberty Bell - Smart Auditing System for Clever Cities
Liberty Bell is a low cost, technical solution that simplifies the gathering and centralisation of qualitative data about the movement of bicyclists and pedestrians through a neighbourhood, campus, public amenity or access to different modes of transport.
We need to understand the issues that make people feel unsafe or be unsafe, makes them happy and comfortable while bicycling and walking. Understanding the issues is the first step in addressing the needs of cities to get more people out of cars and moving on foot or on bicycle.
2017 Winner Colorado Department of Transportation International RoadX Bicycle and Pedestrian Challenge
2017 Winner Smart Dublin Cycling Challenge Phase 2
2016 Winner Smart Dublin Cycling Challenge Phase 1
- Lack of qualitative bicycling data limits the municipality’s ability to identify safety problems and perceptions.
- Liberty Bell captures often undetected or under-reported data, the ‘near-miss’ incidents that scare bicyclists.
- It is important to be able to audit a neighbourhood from a point of view of pedestrians and in particular across all demographics.
- Liberty Bell pinpoints the exact spots where people are having problems while they walk or bicycle in cities.
- Current data gathering tools are resource intensive, inefficient and not cost-effective .
- The perception of safety while bicycling, is a major reason why people choose not to bicycle in their communities.
May 31st 2017, Dublin, Ireland: Dublin’s Liberty Bell heading to the Rockies. Smart bluetooth bicycle bell winner of international US technology challenge.
As Dublin Cycling Officer I see huge potential for the use of the Liberty Bell in gathering information that will help Dublin City Council understand and improve the cycling environment in our city. The pilot trial demonstrated a real enthusiasm among cyclists for using the bell as a creative and safe way of recording information on their routes and experiences as they cycle through the city.Sarah Scannell, Dublin City Council. Cycling & Walking Promotion Officer
Dublin City Council is are excited by the potential for the application of the Liberty Bell auditing tool across many sectors. From school children auditing their routes to school on foot or by bike to Local Authority Staff auditing the physical environment, we see many ways in which Liberty Bell can be used to modernise auditing techniques and to collect valuable data.Edel Kelly, Senior Executive Transport Planner, Dublin City Council
Fluidedge’s experience in software design methodologies has allowed them to deliver a really beneficial, innovative, exciting new product which will help city planners gain insights into how bicyclists experience our city.Jamie Cudden, Smart City Program Manager at Dublin City Council
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The Open Data Impact Series promotes awareness, adoption and use of Open Data in different sectors, and supports the publication of high-quality Open Data. The Driving Open Transport Data session is organised by Derilinx, in collaboration with the Open Data Unit of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, the National Transport Authority, Smart Dublin and Transport Infrastructure Ireland.
This year Project for Public Spaces collaborates with partners in Amsterdam to host a dynamic programme of sessions and workshops, where attendees will develop and share concrete strategies for advancing placemaking locally and globally.
Liberty Bell will be taking part in the Innovation Session panel at Cities Today.
Set up of Liberty Bell for ESB volunteer participants.
This conference is open to all Specifiers/Procurers from across all sections of the Irish Public Sector.
The inaugural conference of the All Ireland Smart Cities Forum (AISCF). This year's theme is 'The Challenge of Smart Cities in Ireland'.
Bringing together members from public sector, civil society, research, enterprise and technology sectors; this group offers independent expert leadership, advice, support and promotes Smart Dublin via their networks.
SmartImpact is a two year project (May 2016 – May 2018) funded by the European Commission (URBACT). The network is supported by the Fraunhofer Institute, a leading research group and authority on smart cities.
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