Berlin/Istanbul, 17 April 2018 | One of the liveliest major cities in the world will be using the IVU.suite from IVU Traffic Technologies soon. The Istanbul transport company IETT ordered the Berlin IT specialist’s standard solution for public transport in order to plan run schedules and duties of vehicles and drivers. The leading optimisation tools of the IVU.suite are part of the package, ensuring maximum efficiency.
One of the largest bus operators in the world, IETT provides reliable public transport services in this city of 15 million inhabitants on the border between Europe and Asia. IETT’s extensive transport network also includes the Istanbul BRT system Metrobüs, which carries around a million passengers a day between the two continents on its seven routes. Across all its services, IETT deploys more than 6,000 vehicles and 5,000 dedicated drivers. All of them will be assigned effectively with the IVU.suite in future.
With its sophisticated mathematical algorithms, the IVU.suite can process substantial data volumes such as those in Istanbul without effort. “The combination of large vehicle fleets of various modes of transport coupled with full coverage of functions in an integrated IT system leads to huge complexity,” said Martin Müller-Elschner, CEO of IVU Traffic Technologies. “IETT’s order again underlines the fact that our IVU.suite is the international benchmark for tasks of this size.” IVU is working closely on implementation with its Turkish partner ZET Group.
IVU Traffic Technologies has been working for over 40 years with more than 700 engineers to ensure efficient and environmentally friendly public transport. IVU.suite's integrated standard products cover all bus and rail companies’ processes: from planning, dispatching and operations controls to ticketing, passenger information and the settlement of transport contracts. By working in close partnership with our customers, we lead successful and ambitious IT projects and ensure reliable mobility in the world's metropolises.
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