Q-Free TDC Display Cycle Monitoring Systems at 3rd Annual Cycle City Active City

The 3rd annual Cycle City Active City event took place over the 25th and 26th of June at Newcastle's Civic Centre, and Q-Free TDC representatives were there to show off our impressive portfolio of cycle monitoring systems.

Organised by Landor LINKS, the show is held for all those seeking to encourage walking, cycling, and healthy lifestyles in general across Britain. This year it attracted over 300 delegates attending two full days of continuous conferences and workshops, the first of which saw the launch of the new Landor LINKS Active Travel Network membership scheme and gave everyone a chance to meet each other and do some valuable networking.

Business Development Director Tony Di Monaco and Sales & Marketing Executive Jazzmyne Luke flew the Q-Free TDC flag at the event, and made great use of the opportunity to engage with cyclists, cycle officers and local authorities while exhibiting Q-Free TDC products including the HI-TRAC® CMU (Cycle Monitoring Unit) and our latest Cycle Active Information Display.

The Cycle Monitoring Unit is capable of being fully integrated into green light priority systems, and boasts cluster sensor detection allowing the detection of more than one bike at a time, while the Cycle Active Information Display displays dynamic information such as the number of passing bicycles, having been devised to support and encourage cycling in cities.

The event was very successful, and Q-Free TDC were proud to stand beside other attendees in supporting an area of infrastructure development we think is extremely important. For more information on the cycle products we exhibited, please visit our Cycle and Pedestrian Monitoring and Cycle Active Information Display pages.

Organised by Landor LINKS, the show is held for all those seeking to encourage walking, cycling, and healthy lifestyles in general across Britain. This year it attracted over 300 delegates attending two full days of continuous conferences and workshops, the first of which saw the launch of the new Landor LINKS Active Travel Network membership scheme and gave everyone a chance to meet each other and do some valuable networking.