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transport systems
and their role
in the future
Ever-changing mobility needs and contemporary challenges are the core of our work
Women Walkability Index in New York City

What We Do

We conduct transportation planning and engineering from the national level to the local development. We apply a systematic approach in delivering solutions that are contextual and sustainable over time. Our focus is to consider the mosaic of transport options when planning for the future and to provide clients the information they need to make critical planning decisions.

Our Industries

We operate on every scale and in multiple industries. Transport and mobility are the core of the success of any industry, be it a transit hub, an urban development or a museum.

Analytical Tools and Simulation Software

Innovative tools and technologies with state-of-the-art methods for data retrieval and analysis underpins our evidence-based approach

Traffic Data Analysis and Surveying

Traffic data retrieved from Big Data sources, principally GPS and Location-based devices (vehicles and cell phones), is acquired and used as a base data for city mobility patterns analysis and reconstruction of traffic baseline models.

City Geographies Mapping

City readings unveil their intrinsic qualities and comprise a first step towards cross-constructing relationships between socio-economic, demographic…

Modelling and Simulation

Traffic modelling and simulation tools for both vehicle and pedestrian movements are common tools used by us, at Systematica.

Systematica’s Research Foundation

Innovation in mobility and transport
planning is the focus of our research foundation
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We are a multi-disciplinary team
of highly specialised Engineers,
Urban Planners, and Architects
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