Intelligent mobility for small European cities comes closer to the reality

Spain / Sweden / UK, December 2017 – Tunnll, an international startup, currently  implementing next-generation technology to transform public transport bus services into smart mobility systems in European cities, releases its report with the integrated picture of 2017 results.

We are pleased to announce that in 2017 our pilot program, in collaboration with bus transport operator Björks&Byberg and Malmö University is approved by Vinnova, Sweden’s government agency for innovation and the City of Härnösand in Sweden. The pilot aims to demonstrate that Tunnll can help public transportation providers in small towns to serve 15% more passengers with the same buses and drivers typically found in the industry.

“It was natural to invite Härnösand to this cooperation. The municipality has previously shown goodwill to develop a modern public transport.”, says Tomas Byberg, CEO of Björks&Byberg AB.

In March 2017 Tunnll won the IoT Innovation World Cup 2017 which took place at the heart of the 2017 Mobile World Congress. Tunnll’s intelligent mobility solution was selected from a pool of over 400 submissions and declared the winner in the category of Mobile Solutions for Transport & Logistics & Surveillance.

In June 2017 Tunnll was recognized by the European Commission as one of the 20 best proposals for Transport and Mobility solutions in the context of the European Transport Innovation Challenge 2017.

In September 2017, Tunnll was chosen as one of the finalists of PostVenture Swiss Post’s Innovation Programme which aims to build the partnership between PostAuto and innovation startups capable of enhancing the quality of public transportation in Switzerland. This potential partnership between PostAuto and Tunnll creates a great opportunities to improve the public transportation system in more than 50 Swiss small towns and to get new customers for the famous Swiss Post’s yellow buses.

In November 2017 Tunnll was chosen as one of the finalists of the Copernicus Accelerator 2016 which took part during the European Space Week in Tallinn. The European Space Week aims to foster interactions between space and the digital community and researches possible ways to use space technology within a context of IoT and smart mobility in Europe and beyond.

2017 was also the start of Tunnll’s project in the UK. Supported by Transport Systems Catapult, Tunnll established a presence in the United Kingdom to explore the British market. The Catapult Programme is provided by the UK government to enhance the country’s capability for innovation in specific areas, including smart mobility and transportation. Under this new agreement, Tunnll, under the aegis of Transport System Catapult, intends to participate in the innovative growth of transportation systems in the UK.

The main driver for Tunnll is its high potential for social impact making it the main reason to continue to deploy its smart mobility technology at the forefront of the European innovative community. Tunnll’s goal is to ultimately provide the best affordable solutions so that each European citizen can gain easy access to high-quality public transportation in small towns.

How to configure VSTS to use Espresso

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Introduction

Configure VSTS to use Espresso for UI tests.

1. Add a Gradle task

  • Go to the Build and Release -> Build -> All Definitions -> Gated Build -> Edit.
  • Click on Add Task.
  • Search for Gradle and click Add.

 

 

 

 

2. Configure the task

  • In the Display Name field, type in gradlew connectedAndroidTest.
  • In the Tasks field, type in connectedAndroidTest.
  • Click Save

 

3. Build

Now, when the Gated Build definition is run, VSTS will perform the UI tests.

These UI tests have been implemented using Espresso and the Green Coffee library and are located in the app/src/androidTest directory.

Author: Nahom Abi