Navigation in Public Transport with a Moular Service Architecture for Integration in External Applications
The objective of the collaborative project NADINE was the development of a door-to-door navigation in public transport which is universal, transferable in area and content as well as fare-sensitive. In addition to the public transport network, interchanges and access to and from the stations have been taken into consideration. Together with 5 partners, the Fraunhofer IVI developed this intermodal routing system, which seamlessly connects public routes and pedestrian navigation. Thanks to the system's open service architecture, the software can be used by third-party applications and supports the integration of a smartphone ticketing service.