Cebit 2012: The wireless bicycle brake, a prototype on an exciting mission

At Cebit on March 6, Saarland University Professor Holger Hermanns will present an unusual bicycle. Unlike most other bicycles, his cruiser brakes using a wireless mechanism that theoretically will fail only three times out of one trillion uses. The technology presages what he hopes will be used in the future for train travel.

Cebit 2012: The wireless bicycle brake, a prototype on an exciting mission

A German computer scientist has developed a reliable wireless bicycle brake.

Fri 24 Feb 12 from Phys.org

Cebit 2012: The wireless bicycle brake, a prototype on an exciting mission, Fri 24 Feb 12 from Eurekalert

Wireless bicycle brake offers nearly 100% reliability

At Cebit on March 6, Saarland University Professor Holger Hermanns will present an unusual bicycle. Unlike most other bicycles, his cruiser brakes using a wireless mechanism that theoretically ...

Fri 24 Feb 12 from R&D Mag

Wireless bicycle brake, a prototype on an exciting mission

At this time, wireless networks are able to brake just one bike, but in the future, the technical elements will be further developed to regulate entire trains as they travel over the lines. ...

Fri 24 Feb 12 from ScienceDaily

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