Passenger transport is transforming, with the offering of new services becoming increasingly important. Here it is important to provide intelligent solutions in good time to meet the demands of travellers in the future as well. These include technologies that, on the one hand, make the journey as convenient as possible for the traveller and, on the other hand, optimise the internal operational processes within the DB Group.
DB Systel bundles a large part of the DB Group's IT services in regional and local passenger transport and long-distance passenger transport within Germany and internationally. The Passenger Transport Board Division comprises the business units: DB Fernverkehr AG, DB Regio, DB Vertrieb GmbH and New Mobility.
Our IT developments already support the transport of several million passengers per day on trains across Europe. Therefore, we ensure the technical implementation of systems such as passenger information, ticket sales, mobile maintenance and many other services. Together with our customers, we develop the latest technologies, which offer travellers greater service and quality over the course of their journey, while also supporting the internal processes of Deutsche Bahn. It is important to us that we meet the demand for intelligent and simple products and services - for both the traveller and our customer.
Application examples of successful projects in passenger transport:
- A digital breakwater to stem the flood of information
By the end of 2020, all DB Regio train crews will be equipped with the new FASSI-MOVE assistance system . (more)
- RIS-API modules for better traveller information
Cooperation agreement between DB Systel and "Traveller Information" Group Division with a focus on central development and publication of APIs. (more)
- On track to ensure a seamless travel chain
Rail customers will be able to learn about the parking facilities available at their departure and destination stations prior to commencing their journey. This level of convenience can be achieved in apps and on websites thanks to a service that uses a standardised interface (API) to make information on car parking at railways stations available for every application within the DB Group. (more)
- Working together to offer more payment options
The MoKa mobile checkout system is much more than just a new payment system in on-board restaurants. It is an impressive example of cross-company collaboration between distributed development and operation teams. The MoKa system is especially relevant in the current pandemic because it facilitates cashless payment. (more)
- The rolling data centre
Deutsche Bahn will in future use ITonICE for its ICE fleet. This vendor-independent vehicle IT will ensure the future of the "smart railway" for long-distance services. (more)