What’s green? The Deutsche Bahn

Whether in the city or in rural areas, everyone agrees on one thing: to protect our planet, we all need to become greener again. Not only in the household many people are making an effort to consume wisely and are once again considering whether they should use plastic bags or eat meat every day. There is also a rethink on mobility issues. Especially for Generation Z, travelling by plane is no longer “state of the art”. Last year, the DB recorded 150.7 million customer trips which also shows that many people care about their green footprint.

Connecting places,
moving people

The on-demand-platform for a strong public transport system

Mobility analytics

Understanding mobility

How, when and why – our data-driven mobility analyses and simulations give us the unique ability to create a data-driven foundation for every environment. 

On-demand platform

Shaping mobility

As the market leader in Europe we will use our platform to get your individual mobility solution up and running within just 12 weeks.

Our offering

Mobility for everyone

All-inclusive projects or single stages, we support you on every step of the way towards creating your specific mobility offering. Our teams of experts help you make the very most of your plans.

Autonomous driving 

Innovating mobility

We think about tomorrow today – we are prepared for the future and are already working on bringing self-driving vehicles to our streets, for example as part of on-demand services.

»Everyone in Germany is talking about a mobility revolution by 2030. With ioki’s support, we were already able to prove our pioneering spirit in Krefeld today and take the first step towards the digital, interconnected and clean mobility of the future.«

 

Guido Stilling, CEO SWK MOBIL GmbH

Over 30 projects and services make us the largest on-demand platform provider in Europe

Our clients

Your challenge, our solution 

In rural areas

Improve the transport service in your region and give people in rural communities an attractive option: flexible mobility that is fully integrated with existing public transport networks, making it ideal for anyone who doesn’t want to use a car.

In urban areas

Create efficient transport links between every part of your town or city in the form of a single-route service or shuttle that criss-crosses neighbourhoods. We create smart and shared ride-hailing options that support your urban mobility network exactly where it’s needed.

Employee transport 

Give your employees access to an appealing, economical and ecological mobility solution that they can use to get to, from, and around at work.

Tourism

Planning leisure time or holiday activities can often prove tricky without a car. Set a new standard for accessibility, sustainability and digitalisation by opting for demand-responsive transport solutions.

Our experts are happy to assist

Amir Shehadeh
Benjamin Pfeifer
Linda Feld

Start shaping the future of mobility of your existing transport or develop new ideas together with our experts. We look forward to hearing from you. 

News from the world of mobility 

What’s green? The Deutsche Bahn

What’s green? The Deutsche Bahn

Whether in the city or in rural areas, everyone agrees on one thing: to protect our planet, we all need to become greener again. Not only in the household many people are making an effort to consume wisely and are once again considering whether they should use plastic bags or eat meat every day. There is also a rethink on mobility issues. Especially for Generation Z, travelling by plane is no longer “state of the art”. Last year, the DB recorded 150.7 million customer trips which also shows that many people care about their green footprint.

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Modern mobility in rural areas

Modern mobility in rural areas

Almost 16 million people live in rural regions throughout Germany. For them it is often a difficult task to get from A to B by public transport. After all, rural regions are at the back of the queue when it comes to expanding public transport. But why is the accessibility of these regions so poor and public transport hardly an alternative? How can it be guaranteed that people living in rural areas can also be mobile in a climate-friendly and cost-effective way?

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Perspectives from Tijen Onaran

Perspectives from Tijen Onaran

Tijen Onaran is the founder of the company Global Digital Women. Here, she is committed to the networking and visibility of women in the digital industry. In addition, Tijen advises companies on diversity issues, publishes articles in well-known media outlets such as Manager Magazine and moderates various events on topics of current interest to her.

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Press review

»New DB service gets on-demand fleet rolling and complements public transport offering with last mile solution. «

 
n-tv
»Autonomous minibus meets digital rail: self-driving shuttle service in Bad Birnbach between town centre and railway station as first on public roads.«

 

Handelsblatt
»Flexible bus driving in rural areas: First digital call-a-bus in Wittlich quadruples previous passenger numbers.«

 

Nahverkehrspraxis
»Hamburg’s inhabitants travel with demand-responsive e-shuttles at local tariff to the next public transport stop. Project success awarded with German Mobility Award 2019.«

 

Die Welt

»More overview, fewer cars – ioki experts analyse the impact of demand-responsive transport services in advance.«

 
FAZ
»On-demand service tailored to rail transport simplifies commuting for commuters from Roche in Mannheim.«

 

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