ABAKUS at critical mass in Schwäbisch Gmünd

Critical mass is a worldwide movement that aims to create awareness for bicycles as a future oriented mode of transport. Events include large amounts of bicyclists sharing the streets. In september NovelSense used its ABAKUS technology alongside the Critical Mass event in Schwäbisch Gmünd to count over 400 participants. ABAKUS is a camera based traffic[…]

NovelSense launches traffic counter Abakus.ai

Cities and private companies utilize traffic data to get a quantifiable understanding of the traffic flow. This helps to support infrastructural development and solve problems connected with urban mobility. The project Movebis aims to use crowd sourced traffic data to optimize the quality of bicycle infrastructure. In cooperation with the project Movebis and the TU[…]

NovelSense participated in the Sino-German industrial conference in Shaoxing

The Sino-German Industrial Conference takes place once a year in Shaoxing an eastern province of China. It is a main event for Chinese and international companies active in the area of industrial manufacturing and digitalization.   Sascha Rudolph of NovelSense took part in the four day event which included a panel discussion and a presentation[…]

NovelSense wins the Digital Health Challenge

NovelSense is the winner of the 2019 Digital Health Challenge and Hackathon in Nuremberg. The event organized by Zollhof, Health Hackers Erlangen and the Medical Valley was set up to solve real industry challenges in the field of healthcare. The challenges which were provided by Siemens Healthineers, Novartis and Nürnberger Versicherung included a broad array[…]

NovelSense wins “ParkCheck” funding project to investigate radio-based sensors for traffic monitoring

The smart city requires high quality traffic data. For many cities this is a big challenge due to the cost of new and required infrastructure. The BMVI funded project ParkCheck aims to investigate the possibility of a low-cost radio-based sensor which can be easily deployed. In the project, NovelSense will use UWB transceivers in a[…]