Track and Field World Championship

1,800 athletes, 1,700 officials, 3,500 media representatives and 500,000 spectators – The World Championship 2009 was a megaevent even for Berlin. The VMZ developed the framework concept for traffic surrounding the Olympic Stadium and inner city race route for the 9-day event.

Renovation of Rudolf Wissell Bridge

Two years of construction on the city motorway? For many Berliners a nightmare situation. The VMZ Berlin determined how to keep traffic moving past the construction site, created a plan for alternative routes and an information concept for drivers, and evaluated these measures for future renovation plans.

Authentication Platform E-Mobility

In Berlin E-Mobility should be easy and accessible for everyone. VMZ Berlin develops and manages the authentication platform for charging infrastructure on behalf of Berlin city government. The system permits e-mobility users to access all public Berlin charging stations with a single, cross-provider sign-in procedure.

Administration and Hosting

Mobility services process huge amounts of data around the clock. The VMZ manages and hosts such highly-available systems of all sizes based on tailored Service-Level-Agreements. Redundant hardware, virtualization technologies, and our system administrators’ expertise and experience secure the high availability your service requires.

Software Development

The VMZ develops individual IT solutions and specific software, for example for control centers. As an independent service provider we choose the best approach and technology for each project. The advantage for our clients: Your solution is tailored and consistent from concept to implementation.

Mobility Display Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt Airport is well-connected: there are many ways to continue travel after landing. Sixteen mobility displays developed and managed by the VMZ for Fraport AG show all ground connections: long-distance and regional trains, long-distance and city buses, carsharing and bikesharing services and even current travel times on surrounding highways.

Mobility Display Tegel Airport

Travelers arriving at Berlin’s Tegel Airport can quickly orient themselves on the ground thanks to 18 mobility displays helping them find their way. At baggage claims, bus bays, and rental car centers the monitors show maps of current traffic conditions, public transport departures, and a ticker with transportation disruptions. VMZ administers the displays on behalf of FFB Berlin Brandenburg Airports.

Virtual Infopanels in Braunschweig

In a mobile city, traffic information panels are no longer stationary: In Braunschweig the VMZ replaced two real panels with virtual ones in a pilot project for the municipal provider BELLIS. Data came from a Scala/Concert system. An app brings the information to the user’s smartphone as soon as he crosses geofencing triggerlines.


All transportation information for Berlin in real-time on your smartphone: The VMZ-developed free App BerlinMobil offers this and more. It also has a personal route planner: Users can decide if they want to arrive quickly, cheaply, or in an environmentally-friendly way.