GeoJunxion exhibits at IAA 2023 in Munich


GeoJunxion exhibits at IAA 2023 in Munich. IAA Mobility 2023 takes place in Munich (Germany) from 5 to 8 September 2023.This mobility event offers manufacturers, suppliers, tech companies, service providers and startups a wide range of opportunities to present themselves and their services to a broad international B2B and B2C audience. You can find GeoJunxion at the Dutch Lounge – Hall B3 – Booth 20, in the Munich Exhibition Center.

If coming by car, please pay attention as most of Munich metropolitan area is a Low Emission Zone (Milieuzone).  Read more about low emission zones in Munich.

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GeoJunxion Product Portfolio

GeoJunxion will showcase its product portfolio centered around safety on the road, contributing to a more environmentally sustainable world. This strategy is implemented through the creation of data solutions for smart mobility, smart cities, shared mobility, urban logistics, autonomous vehicles, just to mention a few cases. For example:

Low Emission and Congestion Zones

Low Emission Zones

Low Emission and Congestion Zones database

Low Emission and Congestion Zones are areas with driving restrictions to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality. GeoJunxion aggregated such environmental data in a geographical database. Examples of such driving restrictions are: Low Emission Zones, Congestion Charging & Clean Air Zones, Traffic Limited Zones. These areas, where driving restrictions are enforced, affect various types of transports with different engines, including light and heavy vehicles. GeoJunxion database currently includes 2,800+ zones. 

Most of the Munich metropolitan area is within a low emission zone. Vehicles entering this zone must carry a green stickerRead more about low emission zones in Munich.

Safety Geofences

School Safety Zones

Smart geofences database

Smart and dynamic geofences are part of the GeoJunxion’s Safety Alert Zones suite of products. They are designed to help making roads and people safer. Typically, those areas have a higher density of people at certain times of the day, and, consequently higher probability of accidents, in certain specific conditions.  For example, at location such as schools, hospitals, playgrounds, or, in other special cases, like driving a car through tunnels, bridges, accident-prone areas and many more.

The smart and dynamic geofences are often time and weather dependent, which makes such data product even more relevant as they simplify the natural complexity and variability of the mentioned cases.


Last Mile Maps for Events

Outdoor Venue Plan

Customized Maps for Events

Last Mile Map for Events provide both the visitor and the organization with a user-friendly, effective geo-awareness service, planning and navigation system. The Maps can be tailored to any event, including temporary (pedestrian) roads utilized just for the event.  With this tool both the event organizers can provide the visitors with a smooth, unique and fully engaging customer experience. 

Users easily locate themselves on the map and plan their route from their position to any facility in the event area. On the other side, venue owners can make use of the same map as a tool to effectively plan the event and track/optimize the crowd within the location. GeoJunxion Map Tile Server (Deutsch) will be used as a background Map.  This TileServer can be easily embedded into any website, solution or application and can be customized with the customer’s look and feel.


Location Intelligence Data Services

Location Intelligence Services

Data Services

By leveraging our experience in Map Making, GeoJunxion helps B2B customers in custom data search, data collection, aggregation, harmonization and normalization.  Such data services could not only be utilized to enhance digital maps, but also to enrich smart cities and urban logistic solutions. The service includes extensive quality and consistency checks. A typical assignment could be, for example, the normalization of an enormous amount of different sources of address data to create one homogeneous database to be utilized in a navigation system.  An other example could be to source specific locations, such as low traffic neighbourhoods, to create dynamic geofences for urban mobility. There are thousands of possible examples to explore together with our customers. B2B clients have just to share their problems and GeoJunxion will work to provide the most suitable data-solution.

Meet GeoJunxion at the IAA

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GeoJunxion exhibits at various Events in 2023. Visit our Events Page for more information.