Taking technology as the main driving force for new advances in public passenger transport, IDOM designs and implements technological solutions for the management of intelligent mobility – from the design of the mobility offer (Project E-Module for Transport Planning and Reporting Project in Poland) – right through to operations (Darb mobility platform, for the Abu Dhabi DoT or the Localiza vehicle location system for Renfe) – including business intelligence, such as the project recently awarded to IDOM for construction of the Big Data platform for the Madrid Regional Transport Consortium.
Indra has a complete MaaS solution to maximize the public and private transport capacity of the city, enhancing the user experience and allowing intelligent mobility management.
The solution is based on its In-Mova Space platform, that integrates information in real time from the entire transport ecosystem, promoting intermodality, and is supported by new access control technologies such as EMV, NFC, QR or biometrics. In addition, it incorporates the Travel Partner traveler accompaniment application that includes a complete offer of multimodal trips, placing mobile devices as the engine of the relationship with the user.
By integrating information from all modes of transportation, the solution will be able to reconfigure user routes, reorder flows and optimize the occupation of infrastructures.
Siemens Mobility has been working for years in the development of MaaS (Mobility as a Service) solutions that perfectly combine the offers of different transport services (public transport, taxis, shared bikes, etc.) providing details on alternative travel combinations in a transparent way. Its operating system is modular, simple, digital and interconnected, and at the same time allows a successful integration of all the actors involved to achieve a perfect passenger experience.
Siemens Mobility takes into account travelers, operators and municipalities to offer a new vision of mobility in cities. This is the case of Forces Elèctriques d’Andorra (Feda), which awarded Siemens Mobility the new intermodal mobility platform, which will report on aspects such as waiting time at bus stops, better public transport route options including connections with bus stops of electric bicycles, as well as availability in car parks (public and private) and electric vehicle charging points. The user may pay for mobility services via mobile. Other examples of intermodality have been developed by Siemens Mobility in Denmark, Luxembourg, among other countries.
The fact that different bus, subway or trams operators can instantly share information results in greater safety and improved service. TETRA technology makes it possible: the different transport systems can use a single radio network, which allows them to manage their communications independently, but also enables the exchange of information between them.
A single system means less costs, improves coordination and facilitates management and maintenance tasks. Moreover, by incorporating another LTE broadband access, the system multiplies its functionalities, being able to offer information about transfers and frequencies, passenger counts, multimedia services… Teltronic has developed successful experiences in this field, such as the Itelazpi network used by Euskotren and Metro de Bilbao.