Consortium

Be-Mobile /

Be-Mobile is a traffic information service provider operating in 14 countries, including BeNelux, Portugal, Greece, Turkey and different countries in Central Europe. […]

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De Staatse Ruiter /

As an independent communications consultant from Ghent, De Staatse Ruiter is responsible for the project’s communication activities. […]

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EPF /

The European Passengers’ Federation (EPF) is an international NGO and has 35 member associations covering 20 European countries. It’s mission is to campaign for comprehensive passenger rights throughout Europe, to improve multi-modal transport and travelers’ experience. […]

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KU Leuven /

KU Leuven is a research-intensive, internationally oriented university that carries out both fundamental and applied research at excellence levels. The research group Mintlab, part of the Institute for Media Studies at the faculty of Social Sciences, will participate in this project. […]

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TomTom /

World’s leading supplier of in-car location & navigation products & services. Headquartered in Amsterdam, 4,000 employees, TomTom’s products include portable navigation devices, in-dash infotainment systems, fleet management solutions, maps and real-time services. The work will mainly be executed as a joint undertaking of the development and research teams of the  Travel Department located in Berlin. […]

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Universiteit Gent /

Associated departments working on the project within Ghent University are: i-Know i-KNOW develops state-of-art processing chains for processing & fusion of smart city data sources. This has led to the multiple solutions related to business intelligence platform for real-time processing & analysis for smart city applications. Developed solutions have been deployed in living lab projects […]

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waylay /

Waylay is a Ghent-based B2B software company that brings to market a SW platform that allows orchestration between SW applications, APIs and devices. Waylay is active in various Internet-of-Things related market segments including mobility, energy and logistics. […]

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Stad Gent /

Al meer dan 40 jaar voert de Stad Gent een duurzaam mobiliteitsbeleid voor de stad. Dit resulteerde onder meer in de verdere uitbreiding van het grote voetgangersgebied in het historische centrum. Verder zijn in april 2017 alle verkeersassen dwars door de stad gesnoeid om te voorkomen dat het autoverkeer door het stadscentrum gaat. De stad […]

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