Mobility and Assistance

NADINE

Navigation in Public Transport with a Moular Service Architecture for Integration in External Applications

NADINE allows a door-to-door navigation in public transport by including interchanges and access to and from the stations in addition to the public transportation network. 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.

EmiD

Electromobility in Dresden

The EmiD project aims at identifying obstacles regarding the use of electric vehicles and tries to overcome them by the application of appropriate measures. The basis for this is the acquisition of data on a broad scientific basis, which is followed by detailed analyses and prototypical implementations of concepts for electromobility.

 

Guide2Wear

Public Transport Services with Wearable Devices for Different Mobility Types

Guide2Wear studies wearable devices such as wie smartwatches and smart glasses and their potential for the mobility services of tomorrow. The project's main focus is on the implementation of a navigation system for public transport. The SMART-WAY technology, which has been developed during a prior project at the Fraunhofer IVI, is taken as a starting point.

SMART-WAY Public Transport Navigation System

Mobile Public Transport Navigation

Mobile Information services for public transport already exist in many regions. These, however, often merely provide information about stops and connections. The SMART-WAY app, on the other hand, allows the users for the first time to navigate the public transport network the way they are used to from car navigation systems. The mobile companion always leads them on the fastest way to their destination, even in unknown transport networks.

GeMo

Gemeinschaftlich-e-Mobilität (Shared e-Mobility): Vehicles, Data and Infrastructure

In the electromobile future, the inhabitants of cities will use the majority of all vehicles and infrastructure in a collaborative way. This is the vision of the Fraunhofer researchers working on the GeMo project. Their aim is to make their vision come true by developing technological solutions for the shared use of resources for mobility.