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The EIT-KIC project CityFlows aims to improve the liveability of crowded pedestrian spaces through the provision of decision-support for the management of pedestrian flows. In the process to meet this aim, the CityFlows project tests and evaluates various innovative crowd monitoring techniques in real-life settings where large crowds meet, such as mass events, tourist spaces and transfer hubs. Moreover, the CityFlows project prepares a unique crowd management decision support system for market launch which incorporates these state-of-the-art monitoring techniques.

This project is funded by EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). EIT Urban Mobility acts to accelerate positive change on mobility to make urban spaces more liveable. Learn more:


A reflection on the fourth CityFlows webinar
22 December 2020

On Tuesday, December 15, the fourth CityFlows webinar brought together crowd management practitioners and researchers for a knowledge exchange on topics related to 5G applications for crowd management.
City Analytics Startup
11 December2020

A major project milestone has been reached. City Analytics, a start-up licensing the CityFlows CM-DSS software to government authorities, will be launched. City Analytics will boost the quality of pedestrian spaces, a timely development as cities look for reliable tools that can help them respond to the Corona crisis.
Dorine Duives, CityFlows project lead wins second place of the EIT Awards 2020 in the woman category
10 December 2020

Dorine Duives, Assistant Professor Active Modes at Delft University of Technology and CityFlows Project Lead, supported by EIT Urban Mobility, was awarded the second prize of the EIT Awards in the category of EIT Woman Leadership and Entrepreneurship Category.

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