This Royal Oak Company Is Creating Bicycle-to-Vehicle Communication Tech to Prevent Cyclist Deaths

Excerpt: In the near future, the bicycle or e-scooter you ride to commute, run errands, or explore will be able to communicate with nearby automobiles, helping drivers become more aware of the cyclists around them.

It’s a precaution that doesn’t exist for riders now, but Royal Oak-based software company Tome wants to have it on the roads by 2022. Founded in 2014, Tome has been working with cycling and automotive companies and the smart city industry to develop bicycle-to-vehicle (B2V) communication technology.

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