How Smooth is Your Ride?

M. Beeking, H. Wies, M. Steinmaßl, K. Rehrl (2023): How Smooth is Your Ride? A Comparison of Sensors and Methods for Surface Quality Assessment In: International Cycling Safety Conference


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