IWiT network consists of the following partners:

ALBA Ber­lin GmbH is a cer­ti­fied was­te manage­ment com­pa­ny offe­ring ser­vices, was­te dis­po­sal and con­tai­ner ser­vices for all was­te cate­go­ries in the Ger­man capi­tal. ALBA in Ber­lin has been a relia­ble part­ner for busi­ness, tra­de and indus­try as well as for con­struc­tion enter­pri­ses and archi­tects for 45 years.


BT Ber­lin Trans­port GmbH has been a com­pa­ny wit­hin the affi­lia­te group of Ber­li­ner Ver­kehrs­be­trie­be (BVG) AöR sin­ce Decem­ber 1999. BT staff pro­vi­de dri­ver ser­vices with buses and under­ground trains on behalf of BVG AöR. In addi­ti­on to line ope­ra­ti­ons our employees also dri­ve stu­dent buses on behalf of Berlin’s dis­tricts and limou­si­nes for Berlin’s government (Senat).


Fraun­ho­fer FOKUS
, Ber­lin as a neu­tral rese­arch insti­tu­ti­on deve­lops solu­ti­ons for future com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons sys­tems and ther­e­by addres­ses chal­len­ges of soci­al deve­lop­ment, such as access to infor­ma­ti­on, the sustain­ab­le and effi­ci­ent use of resour­ces, net­wor­ked mobi­li­ty and modern public admi­nis­tra­ti­on. Fraun­ho­fer FOKUS sees its­elf as a link bet­ween busi­nes­ses, government and citi­zens.


GIP Inge­nieu­re GmbH
, Herrn­burg is an engi­nee­ring com­pa­ny active in the area of road trans­port and urban plan­ning. The ran­ge of ser­vices covers the key aspects of traf­fic data (collec­tion, ana­ly­sis and fore­cas­ting); traf­fic stu­dies, expert reports and con­cepts; traf­fic-deve­lop­ment / site deve­lop­ment; plan­ning of sys­tems for road traf­fic.


INTERAUTOMATION Deutsch­land GmbH is a tech­no­lo­gi­cal lea­der in the field of solu­ti­ons for auto­ma­tic pas­sen­ger coun­ting and online pas­sen­ger infor­ma­ti­on. With a tech­no­lo­gi­cal focus on pro­ducts for rail app­li­ca­ti­ons. INTERAUTOMATION sup­ports com­pa­nies in the trans­port busi­ness and aut­ho­ri­ties, pro­vi­ding relia­ble solu­ti­ons for pro­cess opti­mi­za­ti­on. INTERAUTOMATION is a medi­um-sized com­pa­ny loca­ted in Ber­lin, pro­vi­ding inter­mo­dal gui­d­ance and infor­ma­ti­on sys­tems and has been suc­cess­ful­ly exe­cu­ting pro­jects in the field of local pas­sen­ger trans­por­ta­ti­on for more than 30 years.


The VIOM GmbH, Ber­lin has been esta­blished in April 2002 in the field of opti­mi­za­ti­on sys­tems and geospa­ti­al infor­ma­tics with the focus on the use of new tech­no­lo­gies for an increa­singly mobi­le socie­ty. VIOM crea­tes soft­ware for trans­port logistics across the ent­i­re mobi­le logistics chain, from ope­ra­ting data log­ging of mixed powe­r­ed fleets (incl. CO2 balan­ce), moni­to­ring to plan­ning and opti­mi­za­ti­on sys­tems, taking into account dyna­mic data rele­vant for plan­ning such as traf­fic con­di­ti­ons or wea­ther. It also offers its pro­ce­du­res and algo­rithms as ser­vices to com­ple­ment alre­ady exis­ting app­li­ca­ti­ons via inter­faces.

asi­tos GmbH, Wildau designs, deve­lops and imple­ments ambi­tious IT solu­ti­ons for logistics and other are­as whe­re real-time trans­pa­r­en­cy, high levels of secu­ri­ty and per­for­mance as well as user fri­end­li­ness and sim­pli­ci­ty are important.


Dri­ving Force Logistics GmbH, Pots­dam is a con­sul­tan­cy focu­sing on trans­port logistics and IT as well as safe­ty and secu­ri­ty of trans­port infra­st­ruc­tu­re. The com­pa­ny ope­ra­tes in Ger­ma­ny and Rus­sia and has been invol­ved the­re in the design of com­mer­ci­al trans­port for the Win­ter Olym­pic Games 2014 and FIFA 2018.


GESIG Gesell­schaft für Signal­an­la­gen Gesell­schaft m.b.H.
, Bonn in addi­ti­on to its stan­dard busi­ness is enga­ged in soft­ware and hard­ware for con­trol and moni­to­ring of the flo­wing (traf­fic manage­ment) and sta­tic (par­king) traf­fic with spe­cial app­li­ca­ti­ons in the field of intel­li­gent traf­fic con­trol.


InMe­dia­sP GmbH, Hen­nigs­dorf pro­vi­des ser­vices in the field of pro­cess and IT con­sul­ting for pro­duct deve­lop­ment. The com­pa­ny designs tailo­red pro­ces­ses, methods and IT solu­ti­ons for the auto­mo­ti­ve, app­li­an­ce, aero­space and rail­way indus­try. In stra­te­gic custo­mer pro­jects InMe­dia­sP inde­pen­dent of sys­tem pro­vi­ders sup­ports all pro­ject pha­ses from requi­re­ments spe­ci­fi­ca­ti­on to pro­cess design, sys­tem design to imple­men­ta­ti­on.


i-tec Con­sul­ting GmbH, Moers, is a con­sul­ting com­pa­ny with a focus on sup­ply chain and ser­vice opti­mi­za­ti­on. The com­pa­ny deve­lops and imple­ments sophisti­ca­ted solu­ti­ons in the are­as of rever­se logistics, busi­ness deve­lop­ment and offers indi­vi­du­al IT ser­vices. For this pur­po­se, an expe­ri­en­ced team of 15 con­sul­tants in Ger­ma­ny and an exten­ded team con­sis­ting of about 50 SW deve­l­o­pers ‚off­shore‘ are avail­ab­le. The solu­ti­ons ran­ge from pro­cess rede­sign, design and deve­lop­ment of app­li­ca­ti­ons to com­ple­te E2E solu­ti­ons in the SCM chain with the essen­ti­al ele­ments Mobi­li­ty Solu­ti­ons for mate­ri­al avai­la­bi­li­ty, work­flow manage­ment and trai­ning.



In addition the following organizations support the IWiT network as associated partners:

Bran­den­bur­gi­sche Tech­ni­sche Uni­ver­si­tät Cott­bus-Senf­ten­berg is rep­re­sen­ted by its Depart­ment of Indus­tri­al Infor­ma­ti­on Tech­no­lo­gy, which, inter alia, deals with infor­ma­ti­on sys­tems in logistics wit­hin rese­arch and app­li­ca­ti­on pro­jects.


Tech­ni­sche Hoch­schu­le Wildau [FH] is an inno­va­ti­ve, future-ori­en­ted and prac­tice rela­ted uni­ver­si­ty south of Ber­lin. It has, inter alia, strong rese­arch are­as of logistics and tele­ma­tics.


Ver­kehrs­ma­nage­ment­zen­tra­le is ope­ra­ted by the traf­fic manage­ment / street lighting depart­ment of Pots­dam City admi­nis­tra­ti­on. The depart­ment has also juris­dic­tion for the con­struc­tion and main­ten­an­ce of traf­fic lights, signs, par­king manage­ment, traf­fic signs like mar­kings and signa­ge as well as street lighting.

Logistics­Net Ber­lin-Bran­den­burg, Wildau is a regis­te­red asso­cia­ti­on and the regio­nal logistics initia­ti­ve of the Ger­man capi­tal regi­on with about 100 indus­try-rela­ted mem­bers and part­ners from busi­ness, aca­de­mic or public insti­tu­ti­ons. The LNBB is a plat­form for busi­ness con­tacts, pro­ject coor­di­na­ti­on, and infor­ma­ti­on rela­ted to the logistics indus­try. For mem­bers the asso­cia­ti­on offers a varie­ty of mar­ke­ting ser­vices, opti­ons to par­ti­ci­pa­te in busi­ness fairs, and mul­ti­ple orga­ni­zed events.


Ver­kehrs­len­kung Ber­lin pro­vi­des for safe traf­fic on the main roads of Ber­lin, and that ever­y­thing remains in flux, as well as for fast and effec­tive infor­ma­ti­on for road users.