The project is a Joint programme initiative (JPI) Urban Europe project funded by European Union´s Horizon 2020 and gather project partners from Germany, Norway, Sweden and UK. GeoSence project period is April 2021 to March 2024 with a budget of approx 1,6 million euros.
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 and 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.
GeoSence is a unique European collaboration on Geofencing in traffic management and planning
10 project partners will, together with 8 support partners and a wide partner network, collaborate closely in GeoSence investigating the full potential of implementing the Geofencing technology in urban traffic management and planning.
Support partners: ALICE, City of Helmond, City of London, City of Madrid, London European Partnership for Transport (LEPT), POLIS, Swedish Transport Administration, Volvo Group.
- This project is part of a JPI Urban Europe call, ERA-NET Urban Accessibility and Connectivity co-funded by the European Commission (Grant N° 875022)
- This project receives funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) in the UK.
- This project receives funding from The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)-
- This project receives funding from The Research Council of Norway (RCN)
- This project receives funding from the Swedish Energy Agency (SWEA).