I signed up to take part in the See.Sense Dublin trial for Smart Dublin, to help collect data on cycling habits and road conditions.
The project uses a special version of the See.Sense ICON bike light, which automatically collects data during bike rides.
This version of the light used for the trial is a back (red) light, and it looks essentially the same as the existing ICON bike lights. However it does have some subtle style changes. There is a blue band around the light (instead of the usual red), and a blue rubber strap for attachment. The back of the light is also grey instead of black.
Participants also need to join the beta version trial for the See.Sense ICON app, and upgrade the firmware of the light to the latest version.
It's a shame that the app doesn't show any details of the data its collecting. I guess I'll just have to wait until Smart Dublin publishes its results in the future.