I am part of a student company and we would like to make a smart bike light which will blink or make noise to make it easier to find your bicycle in crowded places. Our problem currently is that we are not sure about which technology to use to remotely access and find the light. We are trying to choose between a radiottransmitter, bluetooth and wifi(battery consumption is the main concern). The production is also an issue, we dont really know how we can contact a factory so we can scale production any help in each of these catagories would be much appreciated.
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