Have a look at a small selection of our work on the mobility of tomorrow.
Photo: VHH/Wolfgang Köhler
The project ahoi focuses on autonomous on-demand mobility services that enable people to use means of transportation according to individual needs and at the same time bundle trips. This helps to relieve traffic congestion and promotes environmentally friendly mobility solutions. ahoi will be one of the first services in Europe in which the operational concept combines manual and autonomous vehicles, while taking into account accessibility for all population groups and seamless integration into public transport. We are leading the working group on accessibility in the project.
German model region for mobility
As part of the memorandum of understanding between Hamburg and the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport of Germany the metropolitan region of Hamburg is to establish a new, digitised and connected urban mobility system that is transferable to other German cities and regions.
We are responsible for the organisation of the advisory board meetings of the model region.
Dr. Johannes Lauer
Photo: Hamburg Port Authority
The project MODI adresses the shortage of driving personnel in a fast-growing logistics industry as well as road safety. As a European lighthouse project, MODI aims to accelerate the introduction of highly automated and connected driving in heavy-duty traffic to improve European logistics chains. We are responsible for the use case Germany in which the focus is on the transition from highly automated to manual driving scenarios.
With 31 partners from ten different European countries, DECARBOMILE aims to reduce CO2 emissions on the last mile of goods transport. Over the next years, emission-reducing solutions for the last mile will be tested in the four cities of Hamburg, Logroño, Nantes and Istanbul. In the Hamburg use case goods from surrounding areas are to be transported waterborne by using electrically powered barges. The onward transport to the end customer will be carried out by e-bikes.
German festival of unity 2023 in Hamburg
The festival celebrating German Unity Day took place on October 2nd and 3rd in Hamburg. Together with the Ministry of Transport and Mobility Transition Hamburg, Hamburger Hochbahn AG, hvv and Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Holstein we implemented a diverse programme of mobility experiences for the public by illustrating the topic of mobility transition and inviting visitors to take an inspiring look into the future.
Senior Project Manager