Softeco leads the project “GoSmart Genova Smart Mobility 2.0”

Softeco, will lead the project “GoSmart – Genoa Smart Mobility 2.0”, for sustainable and intelligent mobility, funded under the call for proposals POR FESR 2014-2020 Axis 1 “Research and Innovation” – Action 1.2.4 – Scope “Safety and Quality of Life” – as per the ranking published by FILSE (www.filse.it), the Ligurian Financial Company for Economic Development, a technical entity that supports and assists the Liguria Regional Authority and other Ligurian local authorities in the planning, definition and implementation of policies and measures to support the Ligurian economic system.

The project, which will last two years, will receive a total funding of over 0.9 million Euros, involves a cluster of companies as T Bridge S.p.A., TeMA S.r.l., Artys S.r.l. and Aitek S.p.A. and continues the long positive series of projects in the field of sustainable and intelligent mobilitythanks to which the TerniEnergia Group, through the R&D of Softeco, presents itself as an international solution provider.

The GoSmart project involves the study, design and validation in the Genoa metropolitan area of the prototype of a multi-service ICT platform, cloud-based, modular and scalable, aimed at the governance of processes and the security of urban mobility and effective management of cooperative mobility services, characterized by the increasing interconnection and exchange of information between systems, vehicles, devices and intelligent objects (IOTs), data sources and people. The general theme of the research activities is the development of technologies and methodologies for the deployment and management of architectures, applications and services in support of traffic and multi-/co-modal mobility (Multimodal Traffic & Travel Information Services).

The applications provided are related to technologies for the multi-channel dissemination of information through systems and devices that can be used by the user during the journey (e.g. on-trip services on smartphones, personal navigation devices – PNDs and location-based interaction with the surrounding environment – Wireless Sensor Networks).

The general theme of the research activities is the development of technologies and methodologies for the deployment and management of architectures, applications and services in support of traffic and multi-/co-modal mobility (Multimodal Traffic & Travel Information Services).

2018-09-28T11:52:49+00:0022.05.18|2018, highlights, Innovation, News, Smart Mobility|