🚴‍♂️ TUM-VT at the Cycling Research Board in Wuppertal

We are delighted to share that our chair had the privilege of participating in the recent 7th Cycling Research Board Annual Meeting in Wuppertal. 🚟

Lisa Kessler gave an insightful presentation on "User Acceptance of Urban Cargo Bicycles." The paper deals with requirements from a user’s perspective for cargo bicycles both from the infrastructure and the manufacturers’ side. 🚲

Anna Takayasu had the honor of moderating a session focusing on "#Wearables, Body Sensors, and AI." ⌚️ This session shed light on the data acquisition and application for assessing the infrastructure and analyzing the behavior.

We're truly grateful for the opportunity to engage with researchers from all over the world during this highly interactive conference. 🌍 The exchange of ideas and perspectives has been invaluable, and we look forward to further collaborations and the CRB2024 in Zurich.

#CRBAM #UrbanMobility #CyclingInnovation #ResearchExchange 🚴‍♀️🤝