BeIntelli – Showcasing autonomous driving

In the Beintelli showcase project on autonomous driving, the mobility of the future is being investigated through the use of artificial intelligence (AI). In the project, VMZ is implementing an interactive display. For this purpose, the information portfolio of the multimodal mobility monitor (MoMo) will be expanded with data obtained through the use of automated and connected driving vehicles.

MobiData BW

VMZ Berlin has won a tender for the development of an open mobility data platform and an intermodal routing service in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. The project, initiated and ordered by Nahverkehrsgesellschaft Baden-Württemberg in collaboration with the Ministry of Transport Baden-Württemberg will be set up in the greater area of Stuttgart first but extension to the whole state of Baden-Württemberg is planned for 2020.

USER Chi – Innovative solutions for USER centric Charging Infrastructure

Easy and fast charging of e-vehicles. This is one of the main challenges of the coming e-mobility turnaround in cities. And subject of VMZ. In the EU research project USER Chi, VMZ is working together with 23 partners from 6 countries to make it possible to charge electric cars easily in public "e-filling stations". With Click – we provide cities with a tool to optimally plan the number and locations of charging infrastructure. E-Charge-Parking equips parking lots with charging points and makes charging easily accessible.

Shuttles&Co – V2X for Cities

Autonomous driving in Berlin is the subject of the BMVI-funded project Shuttle&Co. Here VMZ takes an urban perspective and our task is to do research on how autonomous vehicles and urban traffic management can interact and optimize each other.


The 2019 Cycling4Trees challenge, initiated and operated in close collaboration with Siemens Mobility GmbH from July to September 2019 between the teams of Berlin, Cologne, and Munich, was won by team Berlin throughout the whole three months’ challenge. As a result, all three trees, sponsored by Siemens for the winner of each month, were planted in Berlin on November 21st, 2019. The trees found their new home on Falkenseer Chaussee in Spandau and provide for a better climate in the city of Berlin from now on.

Mobility Concept for Marzahn-Hellersdorf

<p>The VMZ Berlin develops an integrated traffic concept for the district Marzahn-Hellersdorf. On the basis of a comprehensive analysis, deficits and potentials of the transport systems are to be identified. With regard to the structural development of the district, possible courses of action for the future design of the mobility of residents and commuters will be developed.</p>

Traffic Modelling

<p><p>Forecasts cannot be measured. Traffic models reproduce decisions made by users, as they are to be expected in particular under changing conditions (e.g. growth of the city). With the help of transport modelling, the decision-makers can check the effects of various transport policy measures ex ante on the basis of transport models and make precise decisions based on these (e.g. shortening the intervals between trains).</p></p>


MEISTER aims to optimise the use of urban infrastructure by linking charging and parking services. An interoperable platform and services for reserving and paying for charging processes will be implemented.