College of Engineering and Polymer Science
Date of Last Revision
Senior Design Project
Number of Credits
Bachelor of Science
Date of Expected Graduation
The Smart Bike Aftermarket System will be a set of connected modules, which, when installed on a standard bicycle, will allow it to mimic some of the safety and quality-of-life functionalities of an E-bike. The most notable of these safety features is an ability to detect vehicles approaching from behind and alert the user of potential collisions. The system will also implement lighting (Headlights, taillights, and turn signals), and a coupled application so a user can view more advanced information about their cycling. The primary advantage of this system over a standard E-bike is that it will have a lower bar to entry, as it will not require the purchase of a new bicycle. This will improve the ability of users with limited resources to keep themselves safe while cycling, saving lives and avoiding injuries.
Honors Faculty Advisor
Lamadanie, Noah; Bullock, Jack; Beachy, Dawson; and Albrecht, John, "Smart Bike Aftermarket System (SBAMS)" (2022). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 1566.