R&D PROJECTS

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Tested in the most demanding industry mobility environments and designed to serve the latest requirements of the data landscape, Sensefields technological expertise is the result of high-tech R&D projects. With investment on innovation being the foundation of Sensefields, our R&D department is the driver of change and thus, a cornerstone of high competitive advantage.

Sensefields participates in large-scale innovation projects and national, European and international joint initiatives for testing and implementing new mobility services in the light of cross-border cooperation and interoperability. This allows us to cooperate with high profile companies of the mobility sector in complex projects in different countries worldwide.

Designed for the society and created for life, our technological mobility data solutions is the result of R&D projects that aim to substantially shape the future of mobility.

We are developing the future in collaboration with the society.

They offer us funding support

We proudly participate in high-profile innovation projects

C-Roads Spain is a platform of the European Member States for the deployment of harmonised and interoperable C-ITS
  • Budget:

    17.9797.954 €

  • Coordinating Institution:

    Directorate General of Traffic (DGT) – Spanish Ministry of Interior

  • Financed by:

    European Comission

  • Initiation date:

    February 2017

  • Areas of expertise:

    Connected Vehicle

  • Number of Partners:

    26

The C-Roads Spain project is part of the European project C-Roads and refers to the deployment of Intelligent Transportation Systems in five pilot projects that are testing the warning signals sent to drivers in order to inform them about the potential road risks such as road works, stationary vehicles and adverse weather conditions, among others.

  • DGT 3.0: Implementation of C-ITS (Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems) services is analysed through an IoT platform allowing for the interconnection of all actors involved in the traffic and mobility ecosystem.

  • SISCOGA Extended: Use of a hybrid architecture that includes ITS-G5, LTE and LTE/V communications technology.

  • Calle 30: C-ITS services are being deployed using hybrid communication technologies along the road "Calle 30" in Madrid that runs for approximately 32 km.

  • Corredor Cantàbric: Project located along the highway A-8/E-70 that connects the provinces of the northern area of Spain.

  • Corredor Mediterràni: Pilot that runs along the Mediterranean Corridor and its main goal is to test the C-ITS services on toll areas.

SENSEFIELDS CONTRIBUTION

Being an active member of C-Roads by providing both technology in order to facilitate communication between vehicles as well as know-how regarding ITS deployment, we are involved in all five pilot projects across Spain presenting our own ITS-G5 technology and working on our Data Processing Station (DPS) and Data Processing Unit (DPU) to deploy V2X Day-1 and Day-1,5 services.

COLLABORATING COMPANIES AND INSTITUTIONS
Fostering the adoption of Galileo for MaaS
  • Budget:

    2.734.773€

  • Coordinating Institution:

    PildoLabs

  • Financed by:

    European Commission

  • Initiation date:

    November 2017

  • Areas of expertise:

    MaaS, Vehicle positioning

  • Number of Partners:

    11

The objective of Galileo4Mobility project is to design and develop a Galileo-enabled device that significantly improves vehicle positioning, availability and reliability fostering the adoption of Galileo for MaaS (Mobility as a Service).

The New European Satellite Navigation Satellite System declared initial operations in 2016 and will be further improving signal availability, enhancing continuity of service for shared mobility services in urban and other challenging environments. By contributing to multi-constellation solutions, Galileo can satisfy the need for higher accuracy, availability and fast Time-To-First-Fix. Moreover, the introduction of new communication technologies addressing the IoT market, such as Sigfox, LTE-M or NB-IoT, can bring down the device cost and battery consumption, facilitating the exploitation of geolocation information from shared mobility fleets. Within this framework, Galileo for Mobility has three objectives:

  • Understand, define and validate which are the requirements for GNSS-Galileo in MaaS

  • Develop the key elements to exploit Galileo benefits within the MaaS sector

  • Disseminate the project results and support their exploitation after the project lifetime

SENSEFIELDS CONTRIBUTION

Sensefields is an active member of Galileo4Mobility by installing and operating Sensefields Data Processing Unit (DPU) in a large range of mobility use cases and scenarios around different countries in Europe.

COLLABORATING COMPANIES AND INSTITUTIONS
Profile generation of traffic behaviours
  • Budget:

    249.944 €

  • Coordinating Institution:

    InLab FIB - Polytechnic University of Catalonia

  • Financed by:

    CDTI - Technological and Industrial Development Center

  • Initiation date:

    January 2013

  • Areas of expertise:

    Smart Mobility, Data Science, Big Data

  • Number of Partners:

    2

SenseTrack is a project in collaboration with inLab FIB. The objective of the SenseTrack project is the creation of models focused on the management improvement of road traffic both in city and interurban roads.

SENSEFIELDS CONTRIBUTION

Based on the information collected by Sensefields wireless magnetic sensors, the models created during the project are being used to identify unusual values, data filtering and data completion, as well as, to generate behaviour profiles that will enable a more efficient traffic circulation.

COLLABORATING COMPANIES AND INSTITUTIONS

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