Alexander started his journey in the DB Group at DB Regio Bus. As a product owner of the « Wohin du Willst » app, he already dealt with the question of how classic public transport solutions can be digitalized. Since joining ioki, he has been helping to build the ioki platform for digital mobility and is constantly developing it. He has always wanted to improve mobility in rural areas, since he was always dependent on a car in the city where he grew up.
(Aschau i. Chiemgau/Frankfurt, 2nd May 2022) Digital local transport solution for the Rosenheim district • more mobility through flex-ible services • Joint project of ioki, Regionalverkehr Oberbayern GmbH (RVO) and Clev-erShuttle
Hanna Kops is Head of Experience at Transport for London. She leads the digital design team which is responsible for the experience strategy, innovation, and design across all digital channels for one of the largest transport systems.
(Frankfurt/Berlin/Hamburg, April 6th 2022) Pro Rail Alliance awards best practice examples • ioki Hamburg offers successful solution approach for the last mile • mobility transition and climate protection on the ground
Deutsche Bahn subsidiary ioki supplies tech-nology for the largest operating area of a DRT-service in Spain
(Frankfurt/Cuenca, Spain, 7th March 2022) First on demand-service in Spanish region Castilla-La Mancha • combination of regular service and ridepooling strengthens public transport in rural areas • ioki delivers digital operating system
(Frankfurt/Neustadt a.d. Donau, 2nd March 2022) New on-demand service in the Bavarian district of Kelheim • ridepooling strengthens local transport services • DB subsidiaries RBO Regionalbus Ostbayern, CleverShuttle and ioki bring service to the road
Martin Neubauer has already made several stops in the mobility sector. He has been with PostBus for two years now, where he is responsible for the business area of autonomous driving. Since the end of 2020, he has also held his mandate as Executive Director of the Swiss Association for Autonomous Mobility.
Last September, the starting signal was given for the large-scale use of mobility data in transport planning. The Federal Council has agreed on the implementation of the German Mobility Data Regulation. The new regulation makes it possible to make German mobility data available on the so-called Mobility Data Marketplace. For companies from the mobility sector, the new regulation enables access to data sets which were not available before. Through the use of these data sets in the mobility sector, customers will benefit from new, data-driven mobility concepts that are precisely tailored to the actual mobility needs on site.
The desire for flexible, sustainable and above all contemporary mobility solutions is stronger than ever before. Digitalisation and the associated use of data are driving the further development of exactly these mobility solutions. Complex analytical models make it possible to link data from different sources, evaluate data quantities and obtain results in real time. Mobility and traffic data are thus the fuel for a demand-oriented, automated and above all customer-centric public transport system. But to what extent are digital and data-based applications changing the public transport sector?
25 on-demand services, 30 mobility analyses and autonomous projects: successful year for DB subsidiary ioki
(Frankfurt, 9th February 2022) Deutsche Bahn’s software company successful in the pandemic • ioki remains market leader for on-demand mobility in DACH region • Data-driven and digital mobility solutions determine the future
(Berlin/Frankfurt/Aschaffenburg, 7th February 2022) More mobility on Sundays and public holidays • Intelligent algorithm forms carpools in the Aschaffenburg city area
What is behind the ioki API? “We are continuously working on our data storage and also on the connection and integration of our system into external systems,” says Andreas Schwarzkopf, Head of Backend Engineering at ioki. The Application Programming Interface, or API, can be used to integrate software into external systems. In the ioki case, this means integrating our operating system for digital mobility primarily into external Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platforms.