The question is not what IT is but what IT does
CEO DB Systel GmbH
CIO DB AG
App development platform for the DB Group
06/2019 – At Deutsche Bahn, the Group programme “Apps für Alle” (EN: “Apps for All”) provides app developers and business units with a platform that facilitates a fast and secure time-to-market for DB-compliant apps for all DB business units.read more
Find out in our current issue, how the technology improves employee training, supports maintenance and repair, and enables more efficient planning of construction projects.
06/2019 – All work processes at DB Fernverkehr AG will have a new digital basis by 2022. Implementation of the IVU.Rail software suite as a new production platform will take place with major involvement from DB Systel – and provide huge opportunities for employees and passengers alike.
06/2019 – From a print catalogue to a new eService in just ten months: In future, DB Fahrzeuginstandhaltung will use digital customer dialogue for maintenance and repairs.
04/2019 – Participants in the BahnBonus programme can now manage their loyalty points conveniently via smart phone. A consumer app implemented with the Business Hub, it highlights both the benefits and the new possibilities offered by service-based development.
04/2019 – From in-house test to a successful external business model and from manual processes to automation, the joint AuRa project brings new momentum to shunting.
04/2019 – DB Systel's Christian Kolarsch and Dr. Markus Albrecht from CIO DB Group present the trend surveys entitled "Data-driven business models“ and "Information Veracity". In the following interview they explain why data is important for Deutsche Bahn's future success – and how we can tell it's reliable.
02/2019 – The digital recording of the track condition is taking significant strides forward: the new database technology, SAP Business Warehouse on HANA, makes possible the paperless inspection of track magnets. And it does not stop there.
02/2019 – The group programme "FINANCE 4 DB" is reconstructing the financial department of Deutsche Bahn into a key factor of success. In shaping the transformation process, the programme is also relying on the digital competence of DB Systel.
02/2019 – Damage caused by graffiti is a nuisance, but also costs millions to repair. In order to discover it more quickly, Deutsche Bahn is now resorting to intelligent means: in future, a combination of cameras and artificial intelligence should detect graffiti automatically.
02/2019 – The digital images of trains, stations and other corporate assets are part of the Internet of Things – and an essential building block for the smart digitalisation of Deutsche Bahn.