A Cornish inventor is seeking private investment for a new tracking device he has developed to recover stolen bikes.
The Cyclops tracking system uses GPS and GSM technology and is small enough to fit around the seat tube of any cycle.
It is the brainchild of Sean Nuzum, who explained: “I have been cycling all my life and recently had a prized cycle stolen. I decided to use the skills I learnt whilst studying electronic engineering at Southampton University to develop a tracking system for cycles.
“It can track a cycle with pin point accuracy,” he said, “so that the police can be informed and the cycle recovered.”
Nuzum is looking for £150k of investment to produce the mould tools required and to take the product to market. He can be contacted by clicking here.
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