on 01-11-2018 07:05
on 01-11-2018 19:32
what an intresting concept.
I work for O2s Innovation team and am one of these Techies.
what would be the one thing you would love as a pedestrian?
To let me know when there is a cyclist either coming from behind me or towards me (on the days when my head is downin my boots) ... & ... the cyclist doesn't use his / her bell ... so ... an audiovisual signal to me please eg in the form of a wristband would be the most useful as I can't see me wearing a headband or only if it were in the form of say a hairslide or perhaps a brooch I could wear or a sort of 'across the body' piece of clothing type of thing
I read your reply to my post early this morning, but as I was out early to visit my mum in hospital, then my usual afternoon gathering with friends in the hotel bar, with tea at home followed by a nap = I've only just 'come to' btw fyi I don't drink alcohol only bllackcurrant cordial and tea as it's cheapest
Also I do not Jaywalk & only use pelican / pedestrian crossings where possible
Thank you for replying CCTeam
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