Local mobility remains one of the most important topics of citizens when liveability is a concern. New technological evolutions (IoT, low-cost sensors, edge computing) strengthen the possibilities of citizen science and enable citizens to actively contribute to the collection and interpretation of data themselves. In this way, citizens can help develop solutions to local mobility problems.
At Telraam, we are empowering citizens to collect traffic data and we are bringing citizens and local governments together. We support the development of local networks of our sensors for the automatic counting of traffic data by citizens in cooperation with local authorities.
Currently Telraam has about 2000 devices active, mostly in Belgium and to a lesser extent in the Netherlands. Telraam is getting more and more attention internationally and outside of our home market, we are gradually growing. To further develop our international growth, we are looking for a senior profile to shape and implement our international growth strategy.