Sentilant: Portuguese App Helps Users to Drive Better and Save Fuel


Promoting a safer and a more economical driving style is the goal of Drivian, the first product of Sentilant, a spin-off from the University of Coimbra (UC) incubated at the Instituto Pedro Nunes. The mobile application is free and allows the driver to receive sound alerts in real time to correct their performance.

Sentilant is a spinoff from the Universidade de Coimbra, created in the scope of the CMU Portugal Program, was co-founded in May 2013 by Bruno Cabral and Jorge Granjal, faculty members of the Universidade de Coimbra. The company is currently headquartered at Instituto Pedro Nunes, in Coimbra. 

Read the full article at Jornal de Notícias (April 13, 2015)