Exploring human mobility at scale

Understanding mobility

At Invenium, we are engaged in the analysis and processing of anonymized mobile signaling data. Using specially developed algorithmic models, powerful Big Data technologies and artificial intelligence, human movement flows are made visible and comprehensible – completely anonymized and in compliance with the strictest data protection guidelines. These insights are used, for example, by city or traffic planners to adapt existing concepts and economize traffic flows, or by ministries to visualize movement patterns in times of crisis, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, and to derive suitable and safe measures.

Only those who know the mobility of people can understand the present and plan for the future.

Mobility enables social interactions

Human mobility behavior influences almost every area. Whether it is the utilization of the road network, the efficiency of public transport, the economic evaluation of company locations and tourist destinations, or the attractiveness of individual city districts.

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Kölle alaaf & Helau

24.02.23 #general

In Cologne, Dusseldorf and Mainz, Women's Carnival Night marks the start of a cascade of carnival columns. In cooperation with O2 Telefónica, we have analysed the carnival strongholds on "Rosenmontag".

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AI for more attractive intermodal mobility

16.02.23 #general

Using artificial intelligence to make sustainable and intermodal mobility more attractive and seamless.

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Ski fans from all districts of Austria come to the two night races in Schladming

13.02.23 #general

Every year, the night slalom known under the name Nightrace attracts ski fans to the World Cup venue Schladming. This year there was also a premiere – Schladming took over the World Cup Giant Slalom, which was also held under floodlights on Wednesday 25 January.

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