Together with the Transport Association VBB Verkehrsverbund Berlin Brandenburg GmbH ( and further RTF-project partners, BLIC designs and implements the new RTF platform in the Baltic Sea region so that ferries can be connected to the hinterland – public transport and logistics companies – in real time.Continue reading Real Time Ferries (RTF) − sharing real time information for ferries in the Baltic Sea Region to facilitate passenger and goods transport.
Safe automated and interconnected driving using self-updating maps in the heart of berlin.
Technical Visit and Study Tour for senior representatives of the Government of Sindh (Pakistan) in Barcelona, Berlin and Munich.
Continue reading Technical Visit for senior representatives of the Government of Sindh
After the 22nd ITS World Congress took place in Bordeaux (France) in 2015, Melbourne (Australia) is this year’s host city for the 23rd ITS World Congress taking place from 10th to 14th of October 2016. The BLIC Group is represented by CEO Jörn Janecke at the joint exhibition booth from ITS Deutschland. Continue reading BLIC at the ITS World Congress 2016 in Melbourne
LRTC gains BLIC as the new shareholder Continue reading BLIC as the LRTC new co-shareholder
“Urban Mass Transit Systems, International Best Practice and Examples” by Mr. Ulrich Luedtke, Managing Director in the BLIC Group. Continue reading BLIC lecture at Pakistan Engineering Congress
With substantial support by BLIC Continue reading Hanau new city center
Comprehensive Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) in the Stuttgart region realized by the Transport and Tariff Association Stuttgart GmbH (VVS) with BLIC support Continue reading Real Time Passenger Information in the metropolitan region Stuttgart
results from the tests of the Environment-oriented Traffic Management System in Braunschweig presented Continue reading ITS World Congress in Bordeaux with BLIC participation
new automated payment system (Check-in / Check-out) with “Hafilat” smart cards Continue reading BLIC Milestone achieved in Abu Dhabi