03 Jun Article in Thinking Highways: Exploring the possibilities of Bluetooth Low Energy Urban Networks for Smart Mobility
STA Member Etelätär Innovation is undertaking the BLEUN (Bluetooth Low Energy Urban Networks) project, which aims to deploy accurate geolocation services for Smart Mobility applications. The project takes place in the framework of EU-funded Tetramax Programme.
The article published in the new edition of Thinking Cities, explains the potential of BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) to provide a great variety of functions and services at low cost. These services may include accurate location, vehicles tracking, proximity information and wayfinding.
Read the article here.