Pangea Launch The Big Data Cycle

Terence le Poer Trench, Business Development Manager at Pangea, will be taking part in RideLondon100, cycling the 100 mile course to raise money for stem4.

Pangea will be telling the story of Terence’s training over a course of a 6 week campaign, focusing on how IoT enabled bicycles can keep cyclists safe, help them train harder, and transform how councils tackle complex environmental problems.

The Big Data Cycle will be updated weekly and will cover topics across cycling, the environment, and IoT, and will feature analytics gathered from an IoT enabled device on Terence’s bike. The sensors on the device will capture information on training sessions, as well as air quality, giving Pangea valuable insights into Terence’s training progress the environment of the surrounding area.

Terence said “Being an avid cyclist, I’m very excited that I’m able to support stem4 in
RideLondon100. Not only is this a chance to support an extraordinary charity, but a great chance to get hands on with some tech, look at how IoT can impact the environment, and explore the power of realtime analytics.

“Any support is very much appreciated, and I hope you’ll be able to take some time to come along with me by tuning in live on our race day live stream—all courtesy of the Internet of Things!”

To support Terence on his ride and to donate to stem4 click here.

In an increasingly connected world, Pangea believes that IoT and M2M can do more than just connect devices, appliances, or vehicles. For Pangea, The Big Data Cycle is about putting a spotlight on the wider impact of IoT—from athletic training and connected cycling, to public health and protecting the environment.

Dan Cunliffe, Managing Director of Pangea said “Terence has a passion for cycling and technology. His ride to raise money for stem4 and the IoT story we’re creating exemplifies that. We are happy to be supporting a great charity in continuing our many corporate social responsibility initiatives.”

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine