Mobile apps – your digital companion

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Innovative applications for intermodal route planning

With HAFAS applications, travelers and public transport operators can benefit from efficient and seamless door-to-door route planning including all modes of transportation, real-time information, and individual push notifications.

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Driving success in MaaS: Identifying success factors and creating value

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) has made it past the hype and the public transport community has learned from first installations – both, in terms of what should be avoided, and which critical success factors can be followed. Listen to our experts sharing experience and insights on MaaS apps implemented in Europe and beyond with focus on predominant factors that makes them valuable for both users and operators.

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Create your individual route planning system

Together with Hacon, a Siemens company, we provide software for multimodal and intermodal trip planning in real time. Hacon’s system HAFAS is an award-winning system that has already been downloaded more than 200 million times worldwide and features door-to-door routing, including all modes of transportation, real-time information, and individual push notifications. In addition to buses, trains, trams, ferries and, even planes, HAFAS provides car, bicycle, as well as pedestrian routing for a seamless travel experience. As an advanced platform for Mobility as a Service (MaaS), HAFAS allows intermodal trip planning and integrated ticketing in several countries and major cities, including Germany, Switzerland, Dubai, and the United States. HAFAS has been deployed more than 80 times in high-density and high-speed European transportation networks, setting new standards in terms of comfort, richness of feature, and accuracy.

Key Features

  • Integrated mobile ticketing and multimodal trip planning
  • Detailed maps providing even more accurate routing, including detours, bus stops and points of interest, as well as animated positions of all vehicles in the transit network 
  • Notifications and alarms to get the most up-to-date information on delays, connection status or service alerts 
  • Transit reachability search on a system map indicating how far services can take riders within 20 minutes
  • Real-time departures at a specific stop or station 
  • Ability to customize features including favorite stops, trip plans, service types and map settings
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Mobility as a Service  –  Empowering Intermodal Travel

New Mobility offerings such as sharing services, on-demand transport or carpooling are on the rise. Used smartly they can make mobility more efficient and eco-friendly. However, they bring about complexity for all stakeholders, including riders, transit operators and municipalities. Passengers travel through a maze of transportation modes and service providers when planning, booking and paying for their trip. This is where Mobility as a Service (MaaS) comes into play: Smart applications can make it easy and convenient for all stakeholders to find their individual way through the mobility jungle. Intelligent algorithms, seamless ticketing and big data analytics make it possible. 

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Breaking new ground with intermodal travel

From trip planning to mobile ticketing and payment, from systems for fleet management and train planning to mobility data analytics: Our intermodal solutions enable seamless transport for a sustainable future.

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Setting the benchmark for tomorrow’s mobility – today.

With our long-standing experience in transportation and our unique technology know-how, we at Siemens Mobility are constantly developing new intelligent mobility solutions to increase the availability of infrastructure, optimize throughput, and improve the passenger experience.

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