TraxEye News

University of East London highlights Traxeyes potential

An innovative new project led by The Sustainability Research Institute (SRI) at the University of East London is helping innovative small and medium sized businesses in and around the capital develop environmental awareness technologies. Click here to see what else has had to say about Traxeye.


Traxeyes™ appears in SOUTH WALES EVENING POST



Traxeyes™ appears in Site Recorder

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Traxeyes™ appears in ITS magazine


Positive News highlight Traxeyes™ innovation


Rail Engineer magazine highlight Traxeyes™ innovation


What the newspapers have been saying about Traxeyes™


Glow-in-the-dark discs aim to help cyclists!

Long winter nights and autumn leaves can turn a cycle path in to an obstacle course of slippery patches, overgrown weeds and general rubbish. With this in mind, inventor Grant Taylor decided to turn his previous experience with glow-in-the-dark technology into an eco-friendly way to make cycle paths safer. Result: the Traxeye. Click here to see what else www.bikeradar has had to say about Traxeye.