Project goal: Improving the GIS system through the development of mobile applications that will enable indoor navigation within five administrative buildings

iLOCATE

Indoor/outdoor location and Asset Management Through Open Geodata (iLOCATE)

Duration: January 2014 – duration 36 months

Key activities: In the City of Rijeka the pilot project will be based on the development of a mobile application that will provide citizens with up to date information about the services that the City provides, offering, on request, navigation from door to door, i.e. from the citizen’s residence to the office/desk. Indoor navigation will be implemented within five administrative buildings. In the years to come, this technology could be also implemented to offer a mobile application to city visitors, for sightseeing, for example, cultural destinations and institutions in the city centre.

Partners:

  • Trilogis, Italy
  • Cadzow Communications Consultin, Great Britain
  • Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, the Netherlands
  • Geosys, Malta
  • Gistandards, Great Britain
  • Epsilon International, Greece
  • County Emergency Hospital Alba Iulia, Romania
  • U-Hopper, Italy
  • Zigpos, Germany
  • Industrial Software, Romania
  • Epsilon Italia, Italy
  • Commune of Brasov, Romania
  • Urbasofia, Romania
  • City of  Baia Sprie, Romania
  • Technoport, Luxembourg
  • Fida solutions, Romania
  • Gisig – International group for geographic information systems, Italy
  • National Museum Brukenthal, Romania
  • Provinciall Health Agency of the Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy
  • Commune of Genoa, Italy
  • Foundation Bruno Kessler, Italy
  • Maternity ward Mitera, Greece
  • Commune of Velletri, Italy
  • City of Rijeka

Budget of the City of Rijeka: EUR 111,685.00

Financed under: CIP programme

Official website: www.i-locate.eu