Mobility

Globalization and growing prosperity are causing persistent growth in passenger and goods transport worldwide. Individual traffic is interconnected, autonomous and electrified. Goods transport is becoming increasingly compartmentalized and trackable down to the last mile. Digitalization determines the future of mobility and logistics.

The mobility of the future is connected, shared and intermodal. Mobility providers need new digital abilities and flexible technical solutions.

  • We assist our clients with designing innovative mobility offerings, from the concept idea to market introduction.
  • We solve technical issues with a focus on vehicular connectivity (2G, 3G, LTE, 5G) and the associated backend connection.
  • We provide support in designing, developing and introducing data-driven, vehicle-related B2C and B2B services.
  • We conceptualize the needs-based use of data analytics for the (re-)design of digital processes.
  • We offer a specialized development service related to wireless communications technology, e.g. for vehicle-to-vehicle communication.

Our clients in the fields of mobility and logistics benefit from our deep understanding of customer-centric and agile development methods and from our experience in technically designing and solving challenges that are particular to mobility. The experts at mm1 assist companies in the digital arms race and with their respective positioning in the value chain.

 

News from mm1 about Mobility & Logistics

mm1 was given the "Best Consultant 2018" award for the third time

mm1 ranks among the best German consulting firms and was awarded the "Best consultant 2018" prize from business magazine brand eins in the categories of Technology & Telecommunications along with Innovation & Growth in the current industry comparison. As such, mm1 obtained the seal for the third time in a row.

mm1 at the Deutschen Bahn’s hackathon

The Deutsche Bahn issued invitations to the DB Hackday in Berlin on December 15th and 16th to develop new perspectives and approaches for digital travel assistance. In the course of 24 hours, roughly 200 participants worked on software prototypes and exchanged ideas in the "DB mindbox" innovation lab. Lyn Matten from mm1 Technology was present.

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