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A turnaround in fare systems does not mean a turnaround in transport – Interview with Friedemann Brockmeyer
In this interview, Friedemann Brockmeyer, Senior Project Manager at civity, explains the background behind matters no. 2. In addition to information on the analysis and the aim of the study, he explains the important findings of the study and possible measures for German cities.
Algorithms are the cogwheels of today’s world - they can be used to develop and build business models that are customer-centric and offer real added value. But the manipulation and handling of algorithms are justifiably a frequent topic of discussion. This topic was also analysed by Andreas Wolf, Andre Klein and Benno Bock, together with Anna Fechner, who presented their results at the 8th Florence Conference on the Regulation of Infrastructures. The main focus: The algorithms of route planners and the related risks for individuals and cities, e.g. due to manipulation either in favour of car transport or to the detriment of public transport.
| Friederike Lauruschkus
civity predicts for the BDEW the development of medicinal usage in Germany until 2045. The study highlights the problematic consequences for the aquatic environment and provides recommendation for counteractive measures.