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SmartRoadSense launches in Romania

This morning prof. Alessandro Bogliolo held a public presentation of the CROWD4ROADS project, in the Aula Magna hall of the University “Dunărea de Jos” in Galaţi (Romania) during an event organized by Fundația SATEAN, announcing that SmartRoadSense is now available in Romania. Romanian roads, just like roads in the UK, Greece, and Italy, can now be monitored by volunteers using the mobile app.

Prof. Alessandro Bogliolo in Galaţi.

More information and a video interview are available on the C4Rs website.

The SmartRoadSense data service is currently undergoing maintenance. Maps and Open Data are not accessible.