Dr Mark Taylor presents research findings at 2018 Cycling Research Board, Amsterdam

Dr Mark Taylor is presenting research findings, participating in the conference and presenting a workshop on instrumented bicycles at the 1st Annual Meeting of the Cycling Research Board in Amsterdam on 14th-17th November 2018.

See link for more details on the conference.

Mark’s research concerning cyclist vibration exposure, public health and active travel is attempting to demonstrate a clinical need to improve Scottish cycling infrastructure. Through developing low-cost electronics packages mounted on bicycles, infrastructure could be managed in a more sustainable manner and improve safety standards. A cross-boundary (civil engineering/ electronics engineering/ asset management) workshop that encourages discussion and debate relating to co-ordinating the management and improvement of cycling infrastructure.

 

 

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