GeoSence elaborates on geofencing solutions aiming at improving traffic flow, safety and air quality.

The overall objective of the project is to design, trial and evaluate geofencing concepts and solutions for specific cases in cities, within the project and from other previous/ongoing geofencing initiatives, and to propose new ways of successfully deploying geofencing technologies. Tools for implementation, as well as approaches to scale-up and spread the innovation further in Europe will be proposed including e.g. ways of integrating geofencing functionalities in the decision making, built environment and traffic management in cities.

Read this report about the current state of geofencing (2021)


Duration: 2021-2024
Contact: Rodrigue Al Fahel, Lindholmen Science Park (CLOSER)
Budget: €1,606,718
Partners: RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB – City of Munich – SINTEF Community avd Trondheim – Chalmers University of Technology AB – Technische Universität Dresden – Norwegian Public Roads Administration – City of Gothenburg – City of Stockholm – Lindholmen Science Park AB – University of Westminster




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