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New CVIS compliant product emerges from Stockholm!

LodgON, hot from winning the silver prize at the CVIS Innovation Contest, officially launches its “DaliReporter” product.


The CVIS application innovation contest, which was launched in January 2009, aimed to assess the ability of companies external to the project to develop CVIS-compliant services. A large number of high-quality concepts were submitted. The best four submissions were invited to demonstrate their applications on the European Commission stand during the ITS World Congress in Stockholm, where the Congress visitors voted for their favourites.


LodgON’s silver winning Vehicle Social Networking (VSN) application is a community service where the vehicle interacts with the local environment and the public internet for exchanging personal and location relevant information within a community of peers. Rather than checking all issues by hand, the community can participate in identifying, verifying and commenting on the reported issues. The system would also allow for location advertising to be inserted with a relevant context.


Thanks to the great success and positive feedback of the VSN application at the Congress, LodgON has launched the official version, called “DaliReporter”


DaliReporter has a full feature community back-end with specialised roles and responsibilities for collaborating on reported location related issues and items. The product also features clients for CVIS-ready automotive devices, OSGi™ devices, JavaFX™ web and a mobile web client. Please check out this link for more background information or create and/or join communities in the online demonstrator:  A dedicated development site will be launched shortly shortly.


More news about this exciting CVIS development soon.





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