MENDEL integrates the specific competences of 6 consortium partners in total.
The company has its roots in the companies AVT Verkehrstechnik GmbH and STOYE GmbH. Both companies had already been operating successfully in the field of signal control and traffic technology for many years. In spring 2011 both companies merged and were named AVT STOYE GmbH.
Today AVT STOYE belongs to the largest service providers in its sector: it has more than 80 employees and carries out service maintenance for more than 2,800 traffic controllers in Germany.
Due to the merger, the new company is able to use valuable synergy effects, so that the already tried and tested products can be combined with each other and continuously improved. As a consequence, AVT STOYE is able to use state-of-the-art system components for traffic technology.
The core competences of AVT STOYE include among other things the manufacture, construction and maintenance of traffic light controllers as well as the development and construction of traffic control systems.
Because AVT STOYE has branches and service centers in North Rhine Westphalia, Hesse and Thuringia, it is always within proximity to its customers. The customers belong primarily to the public sector.
DLR is Germany´s national research centre for aeronautics and space. Its extensive research and development work in Aeronautics, Space, Energy, Transport and Security is integrated into national and international cooperative ventures. In addition to the operation of a comprehensive research infrastructure for the development and prototypical testing of intelligent mobility services, the Institute of Transportation Systems has competences in the design of assistance and automation concepts, urban traffic management as well as the planning and optimization of public transport.
The Fraunhofer-Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML is an expert in all fields of internal and external logistics and the first address for all issues concerning a comprehensive logistics. Fraunhofer IML was founded in 1981. Currently, 190 scientists as well as 250 post- and pre-graduates are supported by their collegues in the workshops, laboratories and administration. Project- and customer-related teams develop cross-industrial and customer-specific solutions, e.g. in the fields of material flow technology, warehouse management, business process modelling, simulation-aided enterprise and system planning, traffic systems, resource logistics, or E-Business.
GEVAS software was founded in 1980 and for over 30 years now has stood for innovative solutions in the area of traffic technology. Experience evolved from traffic signal control has lead us to be one of the leading providers of traffic management centers in Europe.
AVT STOYE GmbH has been the majority shareholder of GEVAS since 7th December 2012 and the sole shareholder since 1st January 2016.
These days, approximately 40 highly-qualified members of staff develop intelligent and sustainable software solutions at our head office in Munich and at our subsidiaries in Linz and Krakow.
Our products range from a traffic engineer’s workstation to entire traffic management centers, from local signal control to dynamic green waves. With PUBLIQ®, we provide a group of programs designed uniquely for public transportation.
Our extensive portfolio allows us to offer our customers solutions that meet their own individual requirements. We develop our products and software components using open interfaces and data standards.
Our business processes are certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2008.
INIT is the worldwide leading supplier of integrated planning, dispatching, telematics and ticketing systems for buses and trains. For more than 30 years, INIT has been assisting transport companies in making public transport more attractive, faster and more efficient.
The “Institut f. Automation und Kommunikation” (ifak), founded in 1991, whose legal operator is the registered association of the same name, ranks among the German Research-Mittelstand and is one of the founding members of the “Deutsche Industrieforschungsgemeinschaft Konrad Zuse e.V.”. The institute carries out applied research on “Information and Communication Technology and Automation”, “Water and Energy”, “Measurement Technology and Power Electronics” and “Transport and Assistance”. In around 75 projects of research annually, ranging from feasibility studies to complex development projects, ifak is a partner to industry. It is a reflection of the cross-sectional character of automation and information technology that the customers come from the widest range of industries in addition to electrical engineering.
The Braunschweiger Netz GmbH is the operator of the electricity, the gas and the water networks. In addition to the maintenance, her tasks also includes the expansion and further development of today’s supply networks.
With a total of 145 diesel buses, the Braunschweiger Verkehrs-GmbH provides local public transport services in the district of the city of Braunschweig. Since March 2014, the first inductively charged electric bus, a Urbino electric 12, has been put into action as part of emil – an electromobility project by means of inductive charging. Four electric buses arrived in Braunschweig in the autumn of the same year, which started operation on the M19 ring route at the beginning of 2015.