Starting at the last mile

Successful kick-off at transport logistic (9 – 12 May 2017): Numerous visitors found their way to PTV’s stand 401/502 in hall B to explore the most innovative software solutions for modern cities and advanced logistics. Copyright PTV Group.

As stressed by Alexander Dobrindt in his opening speech at transport logistic in Munich, only those who are willing to digitise can achieve greatly.Read more

Real time: The solution for transport resilience in cities?

New York

How can you ensure the transport resilience of your city? PTV has the answers.

On June 3rd something unusual happened in Paris: For the first time since World War Two the Louvre had to call Volunteers to help move its treasures to upper floors. The Seine had peaked its highest level in more than 30 years and threatened to flood the cellar of the museum and whole parts of the city.Read more

Olé Brasil: PTV Group to target international expansion

PTV Brasil: PTV opens new branch in Sao Paulo, Brazil

PTV Brasil: PTV opens new branch in Sao Paulo, Brazil

PTV opened a new branch in Sao Paulo, Brazil, to improve the usage of infrastructure in the agile South American market through a local office. The Group now has 14 branches and subsidiaries across five continents, and some 600 employees, generating a turnover of €79 million from software for optimising traffic and transportation logistics.Read more

How real-time data helps optimize traffic and transport and improve utilization of infrastructure

Vincent Kobesen, CEO of PTV Group, speaks as a representative of the IT industry at the summit of the International Transport Forum in Leipzig

Vincent Kobesen, CEO of PTV Group, speaks as a representative of the IT industry at the summit of the International Transport Forum in Leipzig

At this year’s annual summit of the International Transport Forum in Leipzig, PTV Group called on lawmakers to establish the rules and guidelines required to ensure open, standardised and secure data exchange.… Read more

Competitive Traffic

Arturo Ardila Gomez, Traffic Expert at the World Bank and Lead Transport Economist

Arturo Ardila Gomez, Traffic Expert at the World Bank and Lead Transport Economist

How can city traffic in emerging and developing countries be made safer and faster? Arturo Ardila Gomez, traffic expert at the World Bank and Lead Transport Economist, talked about his experiences in Latin America and East Asia in an interview.Read more

The Strategy – How Cities Manage Traffic

Junction in Barcelona, Spain

The PTV Group initiates the online survey “The Strategy – How Cities Manage Traffic”

It has to be commercially-viable, environmentally-friendly and socially sustainable. The long-term traffic planning efforts are considerable. But how do we translate a project into tangible action? Here, anyone would like to able to be a fly on the wall and take a look at what the neighbours’ strategy is.Read more

New video: PTV Group in 2 minutes

PTV Group presents integrated solutions for transportation and transport logistics.

“We plan and optimise everything which moves people and goods worldwide” – this is the coporate vision as announced by Vincent Kobesen, CEO of PTV Group. Since the foundation of the company in 1979, PTV has been impressively demonstrating its expertise in the fields of transportation and transport logistics for both the public and private sector.… Read more

Changing societies, changing mobility

Changing cities, changing mobility

Changing societies, changing mobility – calling for a completely new approach to mobility services

Throughout the world our societies are changing. As our demographic situations evolve, so too does information and communication technology, pushing boundaries and paving the way for new solutions and services.

The demands placed on future-orientated mobility are also in a state of flux, calling for a completely new approach to mobility services – not only from providers but from users as well.Read more

Shaping Transportation 2014

Shaping Transportation Conference 2014

Meet us at Shaping Transportation 2014 in Berlin.

Our travel behaviour is changing: More and more people now leave their cars at home and opt instead for stress-free travel by rail, bus or bike. Strengthening eco-mobility is a positive trend. However, as the use of transport modes shifts, are the cities ready?Read more

Cutting CO2 emissions in road traffic? eCoMove shows how it is done!

The eCoMove video shows new car2car and car2infrastructure technologies from research

Road transport is one of the biggest sources of air pollution. Therefore, this is an important area with considerable leverage for CO2reduction and climate protection.

That is the reason why the EU Commission promotes projects which tackle this problem.… Read more