“As Germany’s biggest public transport company, we are responding to the great ecological and social challenges of future urban travel with innovative strategies and cutting-edge technology”, said @Eva Kreienkamp, chairwoman of the management board at the BVG. “Cooperating with Quantagonia will allow us to explore the potential of quantum computing to drive sustainability and address the needs of a changing and constantly growing city.”
“Optimizing any type of transportation system is highly complex, because there is a sheer endless number of variables that have to be taken into account, ideally in real-time”, said @Prof. Dr. Sabina Jeschke, co-founder of Quantagonia. “We are very happy to work together with BVG to leverage quantum computing for the optimization of public transport, thus increasing capacity, reliability and driving sustainability.”
About Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG)
The Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG), Germany’s biggest public transport company, is responding to the great ecological and social challenges of future urban travel with innovative strategies and cutting-edge technology. Every year, the BVG gets over a billion passengers to their destinations on time, ecologically, and affordably with its underground, tram, bus, and ferry services. Their objective is to be both reliable and innovative, in the process flexibly addressing the needs of a changing and constantly growing city. You can learn more on their website: https://www.bvg.de/en
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