Imperial students have won the London leg of the 2017 Climate-KIC Climathon
A team of Imperial students have won the London leg of the 2017 Climate-KIC Climathon. The winning team believes that the shift to vehicular autonomy presents a unique opportunity to redefine the relationship between humans and vehicles, and have proposed a safety device for cyclists that provides intuitive real time information on the behaviour of vehicles around them, while collecting valuable data for autonomous car manufacturers.
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