ioki is working today to shape our mobility of tomorrow. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn, we combine digital mobility solutions with existing systems, create innovations based on tradition, and design changes by drawing on experience. We are the technology partner for developing demand-driven and innovative on-demand mobility services, and for creating solutions for transport service operators, local government and companies in urban and rural areas. Mobility-related data underpins everything we do. By bringing our expertise in transport planning and technological progress to bear on our projects, ioki identifies potential applications for demand-responsive transport mobility solutions that can be either driver-based or autonomous. Our goal is to connect people, improve their quality of life and give them back valuable time and freedom. We work towards delivering mobility everywhere for everyone and at any time. Mobility that is sustainable, accessible and based on what people actually need.
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Study for Hamburg: Saving a thousand tons of carbon dioxide per day via integrated on-demand mobility
(Hamburg, March 11 2020) Hamburger Hochbahn AG and Deutsche Bahn subsidiary ioki present concept for climate-friendly mobility in Hamburg 2030 • Experts: Demand-responsive transport (DRT) offers significantly reduce the use of private cars
(Hamburg, January 29, 2020) A study by the Technical University of Hamburg shows an increase of attractiveness for public transport and potential for climate protection • 72 per cent of passengers are taken to a public transport stop • Every fourth passenger replaces car rides with shuttle
(Hamburg, November 11, 2019) The on-demand shuttle service ioki Hamburg has already established itself as a mobility module in the neighbourhoods of Osdorf and Lurup and is now also available in Billbrook. Commuters in particular will benefit from this service, which supplements existing bus routes and makes local public transport more attractive.
(Bad Birnbach, October 7th, 2019) Autonomous driving on public roads in Germany reaches the next milestone in the Bavarian spa town of Bad Birnbach: driverless shuttle buses now connect the train station with the town centre, which is about two kilometers away, via a country road.
ioki in the media
»German railways extend the carriage of passengers to the station by means of autonomous buses.«
China Daily (China)
»Autonomous bus runs in Germany«
RailTech (The Netherlands)
»Railway operators examine autonomous shuttles for last mile«
Malaysia Sun (Malaysia)
»Hamburg’s biggest public transport tip: Don’t isolate.Integrate«