Actum4, KMB Lab and University of Sofia receive approval of funding from TETRAMAX for Lemon CLEC TTX Experiment

Actum4, KMB Lab and University of Sofia receive approval of funding from TETRAMAX for Lemon CLEC TTX Experiment

Actum4, KMB Lab and University of Sofia receive approval of funding from TETRAMAX for Lemon CLEC TTX Experiment

Actum4 has received the approval of funding from TETRAMAX, as part of their project to fund LEMON Experiments. Thanks to the great collaboration with KMB Lab, creator of the LEMON System, and the technical support from the University of Sofia, Actum4 was awarded financial support.

The words LEMON System stand for “Low-Energy Mobility Optimization and Navigation” System. It consists of a group of devices designed to help study the system of infrastructure of cities, by analysing the patterns of cyclists, allowing for a better understanding of cycling flows. The device designed by KMB Lab is revolutionary: compared to other tracking devices often applied on rental bikes who use the GPS to track the location of their bikes, through GSM data SIMs, KMB Lab’s product relies on a NB-IoT (Narrow Band Internet of Things) solution. The advantages of using this system are mainly a reduced cost in GSM expenses for the user and a longer battery duration of the devices. The Grant Agreement Number is TETRAMAX-VALUECHAIN-TTX-3.

The Project is due to start in March 2020.

If you wish to read about this project further, please follow this link https://www.tetramax.eu/ttx/funded-projects/22/lemon-systemlow-energy-mobility-optimisation-and-navigation-system/

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