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Digitalisation in the Transport Sector

12/05/2020

Carsten Schürmann supported the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW), Frankfurt/Main, in the organisation and implementation of an internal seminar series in November on digitisation in the transport sector. Invited speakers at the four webinars were Mr. Peter Lubrich (BASt, Bergisch Gladbach) on big data and mobility platforms, Dr. Martin Kagerbauer (KIT, Karlsruhe) on Mobility-as-a-Service (Maas), Mr. Klaus Geschwinder (Region Hannover, Hannover) on public traffic management and Mr. Michael Gross (METAMORPHIO, Hamburg) on smart and integrated ticketing systems in public transport. In addition to presenting the state of the art, the discussions focused on the transferability of the solutions to emerging and developing countries in which KfW is active.

 

Other news

09/29/2021

Results of City2Navigation Project

Selected results of the City2Navigation project were presented by Carsten Schürmann at two international conferences in September.[more...]

 

 

05/17/2021

Presentation on intelligent transportation systems

Carsten Schürmann gave a lecture on "Intelligent transport systems to increase efficiency in transport" on 12 May 2021 as part of the KfW training series "Urban mobility".[more...]

 

 

03/22/2021

C2N - Presentation at the CosMos 2021 Online Conference

Carsten Schürmann gave a presentation entitled "City2Navigation (C2N) - A new networked service for digital, municipal traffic management" at the CosMos 2021 conference on Smart Mobility Services on 3 March.[more...]

 

 

03/01/2021

Online discussion on the future of the Münster-Osnabrück airport (FMO)

Carsten Schürmann took part in an online discussion event on "The Future of FMO" on 28 February 2021 together with Christian Lüer (Spatial Foresight) and Ralf Heimann (RUMS).[more...]

 

 

12/10/2020

Sika Team licenced RRG geodata

Sika Team, Courbevoie, France, has decided to license geodata on inland waterways and inland and seaports from the RRG GIS database and to use it in their products in the future.[more...]

 

 

 

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