The aim of the Berlin Mobility Data Hub is to create a digital data and knowledge platform for the
systematic consolidation of Berlin-related data from passenger and freight traffic with special consideration of acquiring
knowledge about the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on Berlin’s transport system.
Based on a comprehensive identification of relevant data sources and an analysis of stakeholders’ current data-related needs and problems within the complex Berlin traffic landscape, the project approaches suitable actors for the provision and sharing of traffic-related databases.
The data hub intends not only to integrate quantitative data from public and private transport providers, mobile network providers, and navigational data operators, but also integrates qualitative databases and historical longitudinal data. In addition to information and provision of data, analysis functions integrated in the hub enable direct evaluation options.
Funded as part of the excellence strategy of the federal and governments through the Berlin University Alliance (BUA), the Berlin Mobility Data Hub, managed by Technische Universität Berlin (Cluster Mobility Research, Department Work, Technology and Participation) and Freie Universität Berlin (Department Business Informatics), aims to create a central knowledge platform that enables researchers, public institutions, policy makers, and business actors to answer current or future transport-related questions.
Prof. Dr. Hans-Liudger Dienel, Technische Universität Berlin, Fakultät I,
Christoph Henseler, Technische Universität Berlin, ARTE
Prof. Dr. Natalia Kliewer, Freie Universität Berlin, Wirtschaftsinformatik
We welcome any exchange, feedback and ideas about the Mobility Data Hub!
Please send a mail to david.roessler[at]fu-berlin.de. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Funded under the Excellence Strategy of the Federal Government and the Länder by the Berlin University Alliance