On 31 January the kick-off of the innovation project Car-sensor Enhanced Mobility and Safety System (CEMSS) took place. The project is drived by a cooperation between the Be-Mobile and Beijer Automotive. Be-Mobile intends to use the vehicle sensor data from Beijer to bring the accuracy of its own applications to a higher level.

Thus, for example, Flitsmeister users can be informed of a breakdown event which is detected with the aid of vehicle sensor data. But also driver alertness can be distracted and possibly result in a warning to the driver.

The CEMSS project is part of  ‘CrossRoads2’ which aims to stimulate sustainable cross-border cooperation on promising innovation projects of KMO/MKB businesses in Flanders and the southern Netherlands, financially supported by the European Regional Development Fund.

More information: www.grensregio.eu.

 

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About Be-Mobile

We are a Belgian company, with headquarters in Ghent. Be-Mobile is also a European market leader in smart mobility solutions:

  • We are developing and selling technological solutions to fight traffic jams, by using the power of connected vehicles and travelers to measure and manage the traffic flows.
  • On top we offer advanced solutions for parking guidance, electronic toll collection, multi-modal route planning and electronic fare collection.
  • By controlling mobility we are giving travelers, cities, road authorities, parking operators and logistic companies control over their mobility processes.

Founded in 2006, Be-Mobile has grown from a Belgian traffic provider under the brand name “Touring Mobilis” to an international player operating in Europe, South America and the Middle East. Since March 2016 Proximus became the majority shareholder of Be-Mobile, after the fusion of the companies Be-Mobile, Flow and Mobile-For.