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New mobility & smart city

New mobility & smart city: The Challenge

Smart cities and regions stand for digital networks and connections on different levels. This means that not only mobility, energy, health and housing, but also urban planning and administration are linked in a new way in order to bring positive changes in the way we live.​

At the same time, the mobility sector is changing. Customer needs are developing more and more in the direction of mobility services, which is forcing established players in particular to make fundamental adjustments. New players, some of them from outside the sector, are disrupting the markets with entirely new ideas and business areas. In this heterogeneous market environment, it is important to find a suitable and sustainable market positioning for new mobility.

New mobility & smart city: Our Approach

accilium has the necessary system understanding of digitization processes and works as an orchestrator between the stakeholders involved. Use cases are created in an effective cooperation model between the public sector, participating organizations and citizens. These are implemented in citizen-centered, scalable pilot projects.​

For a holistic development of a digitalized mobility service across all modes of transport, it is essential to consider the automotive, public and energy sectors. We understand these three sectors and can implement new processes and new services with our customers.

Our Service Portfolio (Excerpt)

  • Smart City platform management​
  • Use case development and implementation for smart cities​
  • Communication management​
  • Customer-centric service development with a customer journey focus​
  • Further development of mobility management​
  • Connected mobility services​
  • Systemic stakeholder management
Oliver Danninger

“The public sector is undergoing fundamental change. Adapted customer needs lead to new business models and force established players to adapt. In order to survive in this dynamic environment, companies need new services and products that ensure a high level of usability for the customer.”

Oliver Danninger

Associate Partner