Mobility Display Messe München

VMZ realized a 4K mobility display for the operation in an 80 inch display at the exit west of the Munich Trade Fair Centre. In addition to a location map, the mobility monitor contains an overview of public transport as well as the fair's own airport shuttles and details of the current traffic situation and related messages.

Intermodal Route Planner

The VMZ’s route planner calculates the best path – according to the criterion of your choice: duration, distance, cost or environmental cost (CO2 emissions). This production-tested module for apps and info systems can be individualized at the project level. Upon request we will include external routing data from sources like Google and TomTom.

Concrete Measures IGA Berlin 2017

Day for day ten thousands of visitors found their way quickly, safely and comfortably to the ‘Sea of Colors’ at the International Garden Show Berlin. Their arrival and departure happened without burdening local residents. The VMZ contributed by developing concrete plans for signage and steering of visitor flows on the basis of their transportation concept.

Traffic Trends for City Bus Planning

Berlin’s main public transport provider BVG wanted to investigate how traffic on Berlin’s main streets was changing so it could update bus line departure times and frequencies. The VMZ analysed traffic volumes and quality from recent years and identified trends, problem points, and impact on bus service and punctuality.

Football World Cup 2006

The world had its eyes on the Berlin Olympic Stadium and the Fan Mile viewing area along a major city street from the group phase through the final match. The VMZ’s differentiated transportation plan ensured the smooth arrival and departure of teams and spectators and helped make the World Cup a pleasant experience for nearby residents and other Berliners.

Disruption Analysis for Urban Autobahn

Where is traffic flowing smoothly on the city motorway? Where is there congestion? When? And why? The VMZ gave Berlin’s Senate answers to these questions: We analysed the data on traffic volumes and quality, determined disruption causes, and developed efficient solutions for critical segments of Berlin’s 100km-long network of city highways.

Smarter Together

This EU-funded VMZ project takes the case of Munich to show how to extract smart information from chaotic data flows: A platform collects, analyses, and evaluates in real-time selected data in the areas of smart city and mobility, visualizes it, and makes it available to the city administration as a basis for intelligent services and investments.

Green Wave by App

With Siemens’ Sitraffic SiBike, cities and municipalities make urban cycling attractive in a cost-efficient way. VMZ developed the app that makes it possible. Using the cyclist’s smartphone GPS data, it grants right of way to the cyclist at intersections – the SiBike app has already signaled his upcoming arrival 60 meters beforehand.

Construction Site Information System

Where is there construction? Where are road closures? For the BIBER Project, the VMZ developed a Client-Server solution for Berlin and Brandenburg to answer these questions. The fire brigade, police, media, and others who need or provide this information have access, as do citizens.

iQ Traffic

With this VMZ-developed tool, Berlin’s experts from the city police and administration monitor and steer environmental and traffic quality. iQ Traffic helps them discover what’s causing negative developments and quickly take countermeasures.