We think outside the box when it comes to multimodal and sustainable mobility and actively shape innovation.

Sustainability, multimodality, CCAM - for an agile future.
In all our areas of expertise and for all our software solutions, we have our sights firmly set on current and future challenges.




Multimodality in transportation refers to the use of different
means of transport and transport infrastructures within one journey or
of a transport system.



The choice and usage habits of means of transportation have changed significantly in recent years. Especially in urban areas, for example, owning a car no longer seems to be a goal for younger generations. Vehicles and bikes can be rented flexibly and conveniently for use when needed and alternated with public transportation.

The availability and number of different means of transportation continues to increase; new additions (and some disappearances) in recent years include e-scooters (micromobility), e-mobility and shared mobility. Autonomous means of transportation are on the horizon for the future.

When developing mobility concepts and traffic control systems, we therefore take into account the different local availability of means of transport, their special requirements in terms of prioritization, separate lanes or routing and signaling, as well as different purposes of mobility (public, private, commercial).

We pay particular attention to these aspects:

Multimodal transport systems offer users a greater choice of transport modes and allow them to choose the most efficient and flexible route for their journey. This can lead to a reduction in traffic congestion and traffic emissions, reduce the space required for stationary traffic and improve the overall efficiency of the transport system.

Our team has experts who specialize in individual modes of transport (walking, cycling, public transport such as buses, streetcars or stationary traffic and parking concepts) or who deal with MaaS (mobility as a service). We can test and visualize our proposed solutions for you in microscopic and macroscopic models and simulations.

What combination of transportation routes and means of transport do you want to offer?

We look forward to developing suitable concepts with you.

Sustainability meets the needs of today's generations without endangering future generations.

In the area of mobility and transport, sustainability refers to how means of transport and infrastructure are developed, operated and used in order to minimize environmental impact, use resources efficiently and take social and economic concerns into account in the long term.


We use our experience and expertise in all our consulting, research projects and software solutions to answer the most important questions and most pressing challenges for a sustainable and liveable future in the best possible and individual way for our customers and their situation:

The transport sector is one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution.

How can we reduce these emissions, noise and particulate pollution and promote more environmentally friendly mobility solutions to improve air quality and combat climate change?

Overcoming these challenges requires a holistic and coordinated approach based on a combination of policy measures, technological innovations, infrastructure improvements and a change in the behavior of road users. It is crucial that governments, businesses, research institutions and civil society work together to develop and implement sustainable mobility solutions that protect the environment, improve quality of life and are viable in the long term. We actively network stakeholders and participate in committees and associations.

Do you already have future generations in mind?

We support you in making optimum use of your infrastructure and capacities, reducing emissions and noise pollution and developing sustainable mobility concepts.

C-ITS (Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems) refers to new technologies and systems that network means of transportation with each other and with their environment and make them safer, more efficient and more sustainable as an integrated form of mobility through CCAM (Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility).


New technologies and innovative approaches are the key to sustainable solutions. 
With new data transmission paths and frequencies (such as 5G, G5, fiber optics - cloud services), more data volumes can be exchanged in near real time and enable a variety of new use cases
with more comprehensive content (CAM, DENM, MAP, SPaT, SREM, SSEM, etc.). This enables communication between road users and infrastructure, directly or via central platforms using apps on mobile and fixed devices, e.g. on intelligent display boards on the road or public transport, cell phones, smartwatches, on-board units (OBU), etc.  

At Schlothauer & Wauer, we not only develop intelligent algorithms supported by machine learning and AI, but also proactively develop corresponding use cases and solutions for implementation in practice.

At Schlothauer & Wauer, we not only develop intelligent algorithms supported by machine learning and AI, but also proactively develop corresponding use cases and solutions for implementation in practice.

To this end, we participate in numerous research initiatives (e.g. AIAMO, BiDiMove, KoMoDnext, BMVI LOGIN, ViVre , BaSt RiLSA), cooperate with universities and research institutions and participate as members of the relevant organizations in committees and working groups (e.g. FGSV, C-Roads Germany Expert-Group, ODG working group OCIT-C, etc.) in order to answer the pressing questions on dealing with

  • shaping the transition to new technologies
  • the integration of new approaches into existing infrastructure
  • different equipment rates
  • Standardization of data content and transmission protocols
  • Data protection and security
  • General concerns and reservations

to answer your questions. We promote the exchange of experts, also with our own formats such as our CCAM user forum. We already use CCAM data in our software solutions, e.g. in LISA for MAP creation and complex traffic-dependent control systems with the C-ITS function library 2.0.

CCAM data can also be taken into account in ImFlow and MyCityAdaptive/INES and bring a significant improvement in forecasting accuracy for optimal control.

Our SPaTmaker evaluates current data from the infrastructure and delivers SPAT messages from our vehicle buffer for a variety of use cases, such as switching time forecasts for GLOSA services.

Can't imagine a connected future yet?

We show you specific use cases - for today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow - and support you in integrating CCAM into your traffic management system today.