Public transport advice: NEW MOBILITY BEGINS NOW

We support public transport companies in shaping new mobility through intelligent digitalisation and the use of new technologies.

In this way, we are creating efficient digital systems that make it easy and convenient to use public transport.



Walking, cycling and public transport will be the backbone of the transport and climate transition. The networking of the backbone with service systems such as on-demand, scheduled demand-response transport, car and bike sharing is absolutely essential for the success of the transport transition.  

The many isolated solutions that have emerged in recent years have created high technical barriers at the level of digital system platforms for the integration of services. These need to be broken down with new intelligent solutions for networking. 

Mobility experts and know-how in digitalisation

Our decades of experience from other industries have enabled us to successfully transferred to public transport. We demonstrated the possibilities of networking digital systems in sales and purchasing and the design of a solution platform, developed the implementation concept and accompanied the realisation in parts.

Thanks to our broad network of On-demand system providers in Europe, we can suggest a customised partner to our customers who can help them achieve fast, efficient and modern implementation. 

Satisfied Mobility customers


State of the art research

Introduction A state of the art search can be commissioned both internally and externally. Both variants have advantages and disadvantages. In this article, we explain how the state of the art is defined. Does the result serve as a basis for important decisions? It should be noted that state of the art searches are only ever

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Current state of the art

Current state of the art

Introduction The current state of the art is defined in the Patent Act (Section 3 PatG) as follows: "The state of the art comprises all knowledge which has been made available to the public by written or oral description, by use or in any other way before the date relevant for the priority of the application...". The

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Introduction The primary aim of a defensive patent strategy is to prevent the patents of other companies from being infringed. There are various reasons for opting for a more passive stance with regard to the handling of intellectual property: On the one hand, many entrepreneurs fear a loss of image if they act too aggressively - especially if one

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