Modelling and simulation software company PTV Group is piloting its first piece of traffic detection hardware in Europe, as part of the integration with its sister company Econolite.
This fall, PTV Group and Econolite will unveil their latest developments together under the umbrella brand Umovity for the first time. The Mobility Tech Update features the Mobility Tech Suite, combining PTV & Econolite end-to-end technology serving as a true one-stop-shop for traffic planning and management.
As part of Umovity, PTV Group will be at ITS World Congress 2023 in Suzhou, China, with primary focus on real-time traffic management and the smart use of data
PTV Group's consulting division has been chosen to develop an integrated, multimodal transport model for the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg.
While many people take their ability to move around freely for granted, there are millions around the globe who are denied this fundamental right. To bring attention to the significance of human-centered mobility in ensuring access to society and public life, PTV Group launched the social media campaign #MobilityisaHumanRide.
PTV Group – part of the brand Umovity – is set to host a Rail Summit on October 10th and 11th in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The dedicated international industry gathering will bring together influential decision-makers, planners, and industry professionals from across Europe.
The PTV Group – part of Umovity – is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the world's leading traffic simulation software PTV Vissim in 2023.
The Paris region highway authority adopts PTV technology to enhance traffic management on one of Europe’s busiest networks following a public invitation to tender.
The PTV Group – part of Umovity is participating in the new Horizon Europe project UPPER, which makes public transport a cornerstone of sustainable mobility.
As part of the Green Deal, the EU has set the target to double high-speed rail traffic by 2030 and triple it by 2050. A modelling study, that PTV Group has conducted for Deutsche Bahn (DB), simulated effects on the achievability of these targets.