RG Spaces is joining in this ambitious project to create a community led infrastructure covering the whole of Reading. Artists, entrepreneurs, students, hobbyists and everyone will be able to try out innovative Internet of Things projects. TTN Reading has loaned us a GPS tracking box which you can see on the back of the information tricycle. We are looking into adding further sensors to monitor environmental information as a fun and lowcost way of demonstrating the use of this new addition to Reading’s virtual space.
This project runs from January-December 2016.
We’re running a mobile information point around town supporting Reading’s Year of Culture 2016 as well as helping to spread the word about all local events. The tricycle, plus a person, is available to come to events or public spaces, free of charge. It is designed to resemble a traditional delivery tricycle, but will also fold out to create a larger display space when parked.
For more information, you can contact us using this form.
Making trails around Reading and its environs to enhance people’s appreciation of their town and its surroundings.