Product description

Revenue management – the optimal combination of different distribution channels

fare.logiQ enables the management of sales and booking data with devices from different manufacturers. At the heart of fare.logiQ is a central multi-client-capable database that manages both sales-related data supply from vending devices and all data disposal accounting information from vending devices.

Standardised interfaces simplify data exchange with devices from a wide range of manufacturers. Technical and professional data checks ensure that the data stock is correct and complete, thereby providing security. Driver accounting, manual re-entry and the option of importing data from third-party systems make fare.logiQ a powerful sub-ledger with revenue management.

Featuring extensive exports, statistics and preparation for transport service accounting, the functionalities are supplemented to form a complete system that can handle even the most complex public transport requirements. Furthermore, fare.logiQ can be used regardless of manufacturer. In an extended form, fare.logiQ can be deployed as a central component of the highQ mobility platform. In this context, the mechanisms applied in the public transport environment have also proved to be useful for multimodal processes within the networking of regional mobility service providers.

fare.logiQ is an MS Windows-based desktop application that can also be used as a central installation for remote or metaframe access.

The advantages of fare.logiQ

All numbers in hand

through the direct connection to all your sales channels

fully multi-client capable

Independent of the hardware


Multi-level, configurable user administration

Driver Accounting

takes place via driver accounts

Subsequent additions and deductions

can be made in the back office

monthly composite reports

perfectly complement each other

the highQ sales system TicketApp and fare.logiQ complement each other perfectly

simplified processes

Completeness check

the device layers are checked for completeness

flexible cash management

(optionally with safebag management)

Collective booking

shifts can be booked collectively

Daily & monthly statements

can be settled by accounting

statistical evaluations


Master data and configuration

fare.logiQ offers a wide range of configuration options. The multi-level user administration follows a detailed role concept, which allows you to clearly define individual application areas. Client control can thus be based on a central database. All master data relevant for the accounting of public transport operations is defined in meaningful dependencies on several differentiation levels. Organisations are assigned to the clients, to which in turn are assigned the sales units (drivers or operators of the sales devices). In addition, lines are assigned to franchises and these in turn are assigned to franchisees.

The integrated dual control principle can be activated to ensure that modifications only become effective after they have been confirmed by another user. Import and export options are available in HUSST format for both device and personnel master data. This enables you to maintain the data centrally before distributing it. Among other things, this is also where you can configure revenue accounts, key posting figures and line concessions to enable automatic assignment during processing.

Universal data import

The HUSSTkon conversion module is used for the automated import of data in the format of the vendor-independent HUSST standard interface. Sales data is imported from the connected distribution systems of different manufacturers. HUSSTkon is a stand-alone programme that is also available as a Windows service and does not require manual operation. The XML-format data is cyclically read in from a specified directory, checked and archived. In general, this requires that the XML format used in the data is correct.

When importing sales data, a plausibility check is carried out against the device, personnel and tariff master data stored in the central database. Depending on their characteristics, incorrect data is either flagged as such in the database or not imported at all and stored in file form in a special error directory. At the same time, extensive process and error logs provide information about the type of errors and what measures need to be taken to correct them.

Correctly incorporated data is already pre-sorted by HUSSTkon for accounting and statistics purposes on the basis of a corresponding configuration in the master data. Key posting figures linked to revenue accounts and line concessions, for example, can be directly assigned to sales. This makes it much easier to perform statistical evaluations later on.

The HUSST format allows you to maintain tariff data, device or personnel master data in addition to sales data. Both export and import options are available for this purpose. As a result, fare.logiQ can be flexibly deployed – as the dominant system for data supply or integrated into existing environments.

As a further import option, Safebag data from money counting service providers or booking data from payment terminals can also be incorporated via file interfaces.

Monitoring and control

To guarantee the completeness and correctness of the data stock, fare.logiQ provides mechanisms and data views that allow comprehensive control of the technical condition of the sales devices. Connection control is used to monitor the completeness of the imported sales data. Here, individual devices as well as definable device groups can be automatically checked for existing gaps with regard to the consecutive numbering of the sales shifts for each device group and device. The shift gap report generated in this way provides detailed information. It can be generated in either PDF or MS Excel format.

In the event that missing sales shifts can no longer be delivered, e.g. if a device is defective, you have the option of pre-booking. The corresponding shift data can be manually entered – this option can be explicitly activated for specific users by means of the multi-level user administration. It is also possible to control the activity of individual devices. This allows you to determine whether there are devices that have been inactive for long periods of time.

Shift accounting with operator accounts

All sales processes from staff-operated sales as well as from ticket vending machines are combined in sales shifts that are checked and accounted for via fare.logiQ. Operator accounts are maintained to check the cash receipts of drivers, train conductors or ticket inspectors.

The cash collected can be assigned to the operator account, either manually or automatically by importing Safebag data from a cash service company. In the case of manual allocation, a distinction can be made between whether the payment was deposited by the operator into a bank account or delivered in cash directly to the clearing centre.

A shift corresponds to a debit position that needs to be balanced by the corresponding amount on the operator account as a credit position. To enable a flexible differentiation of the shifts to be recorded, shifts can be collectively booked. Depending on the configuration, this can be done either manually or fully automatically. The decisive factor is that the operator account has sufficient funds. This removes the need to carry out strict shift-based accounting. Shift bookings are consolidated in daily statements, which are assigned to the respective fare.logiQ user. Open item lists provide a quick overview of shifts that are yet to be booked.

There is a special procedure for invoicing contractors. In this case, the system does not use individual operators. Instead, the organisation assigned to the operators is used as the differentiator for the collective posting. This produces a corresponding receivable from the external company.

Subsequent additions and deductions can be performed via fare.logiQ, such as targeted cancellations of individual sales, subsequent voucher submissions or the retrospective booking of block sales. These are then not only reflected in the operator accounts, but also in the statistical data and the monthly association reports. The operator account statements are fixed during accounting month-end closing and can afterwards be sent to the operators. These statements provide detailed information on all cash transactions affecting the operator, including any manual corrections made by the clearing centre.

Additional revenue postings

Revenues are not limited to income from ticket sales. Substitute student transportation, product sales, financial subsidies or revenues from association invoicing are only a few examples that require an additional booking option. fare.logiQ enables this in several modules that have been adapted to different requirements.

Transportation revenue can be recorded by line and allocated on the basis of predefined booking combinations. In the process, you can use the master data to assign revenue accounts to the selectable key posting figures. A receipt is issued at the end of the posting procedure. In addition, both debtors and creditors are maintained in the master data, for which revenue postings can be created on account.

External revenues, such as those from cooperation agreements with tourism providers, are posted to vendor numbers that are likewise stored in the master data. Similarly, other posting types have their own specifically defined revenue accounts, which are transferred as balanced data records during export to general ledger accounting. Entered items such as amounts from change or cash deficits are also receipted. This ensures that all transactions can be transparently traced.

Sub-ledger accounting

All accounting transactions are consolidated in daily closings, which are assigned to the respective user of fare.logiQ. The daily closing is not related to a calendar day and can be finally closed at any time. After that, no further changes can be made to the respective accounting items.

The final daily closing is assigned to the current monthly closing. The month-end closing is assigned to the calendar month. As long as there are no open daily closing dates, a final month-end closing can be performed that consolidates all assigned daily closing dates. In the process, different printouts provide information on monthly totals, for example relating to distribution channels, payment types, products, or revenues per organisation.

With regard to both daily and monthly closing, corresponding exports can be generated for downstream general ledger accounting. SAP R3K interfaces are already available in fare.logiQ for this purpose.


All sales and booking data in fare.logiQ are stored in a central database with a relational structure.

An easy-to-use interface is provided to create and save statistical analyses based on SQL queries. For this purpose, there is a default set of standard evaluations.  Evaluation variants can also be created or adapted by the user. As an option, a business intelligence tool is offered to create a graphical representation with interactive editing.

Standard evaluations

The user interface displayed via the statistics evaluations can be used to select preset evaluation variants. After selecting a date range and, if required, setting the desired filters (this is possible for each field of the query), a corresponding evaluation can be created at the push of a button.

Default settings include sales per month, organisation and product; sales by day of the week; usage according to sales location, start location and destination.

Via settings on the user interface, the result of a statistical query can be generated either as an MS Excel file or as a semicolon-separated CSV file.

Editing evaluation variants

Query variants can be freely defined by users with special authorisation. A set of possible fields is provided, which can initially be configured as desired using a selection box. Once this has been done, the attributes “Display”, “Group”, “Totalize” or “Filter only” can be displayed for each field via a further selection box. Finally, each field can be assigned a filter value. After completing the input, the resulting query variant can be given a name and saved. The system then generates a template in MS Excel format. This can be edited and permanently used as a template for this query variant.

As a result, even users without database knowledge can generate statistical overviews of their business activities, such as sales revenue per line, information on passenger counts or ticket use.

Association reports

fare.logiQ also enables the creation of a reporting month that is independent of the accounting month and is controlled by the user. This enables a clear differentiation of the monthly allocation of sales data. Subsequently, reports can be generated for associations on the basis of the tariffs sold. The sales data is formatted according to individual requirements and, if necessary, additional information can be added and formatted. In the process, simple CSV files can be generated or report templates for the association can be filled directly, for example in MS Excel format.

The creation of reports can be marked as final on a monthly basis, thus guaranteeing unambiguous traceability, even independently of any data that may subsequently be incorporated. These reports are assigned to the following month as follow-up reports.

Business Intelligence System

For mapping analyses with flexible reporting, fare.logiQ offers an optional browser-based, multidimensional business intelligence system (BI tool). This allows the user to create individually configurable reports at any time and to display them in graphical as well as tabular form.

This BI system corresponds to a platform with freely configurable evaluation and reporting functions, whereby a wide range of evaluation variants are possible.

The system allows the creation of any kind of evaluation for which the corresponding raw data can be imported from the database (automated daily import job). As an output form, the user can choose between exporting to PDF or printing a hard copy, as well as viewing the data digitally on a PC or smartphone/tablet.

Thanks to interactive control of individual query elements, viewing the digital statistics with the business intelligence system offers a particularly flexible and transparent view of the data. The view can be quickly and easily extended or restricted by clicking on the graphic.

  • Real-time dynamic data analysis
  • Daily data overview
  • Connection of various upstream systems
  • Individual reports/evaluations
  • Excel look & feel
  • Available on different end devices

Transport service accounting

fare.logiQ is equipped with an interface to transport service accounting (TSA). For this purpose, revenues from the sales devices already assigned to the corresponding lines during data conversion are used together with the additional revenue postings from association/partner company billing or subsidies, which are assigned to the corresponding line during data entry. Revenues from non-relational sales that cannot be assigned to a line are initially assigned to a fictitious line.

To prepare the data for the TSA, the line-related revenues are compared with the line kilometres travelled. A VDV-compliant interface is available for recording the line kilometres, meaning that the data can be imported directly from a planning system. For individual assignment and especially for the resolution of the amounts initially assigned to the fictitious lines, the values can be edited manually in the master data administration, allowing distribution keys and corresponding weightings to be specified.

In an export run, this creates the data required for the cost-benefit calculation in the TSA. The system supports the Deutsche Bahn “TSA Bus” interface


Perfectly organised VDV-KA level 3. Using standardised interfaces, CiCoLo from highQ offers comprehensive check-in / check-out management. With (((eTicket Deutschland and the associated standardisation of data interfaces, the Association of German Transport Companies (German abbreviation “VDV”) offers a specification that fully supports CiCoLo. If you are planning to expand your transport services with a standardised procedure that automatically calculates fares based on actual use, CiCoLo will integrate seamlessly into your transportation company.

Similarly, CiCoLo can also be used as a background component in the field of smartphone app-based check-in / check-out systems.

Operating fully automatically, CiCoLo reads the VDV-KA control transactions (so-called TXEBER data records) of electronic tickets at reading terminals in vehicles or at stops, as well as entry/exit transactions from the app backend of a CiBo system. It then determines check-in and check-out actions on the basis of this data.

Based on configurable criteria, journeys or entire chains of journeys are determined from the actions, which lead to a priced sales data record in connection with the selected tariff. All actions can be monitored via graphical user interfaces and, in exceptional cases, manually edited.

To ensure customer-friendly handling of misuse events that are often unavoidable during the check-in / check-out procedure, such as forgetting to complete the check-out action, CiCoLo features automatic journey completion. This tool uses a memory function in conjunction with configurable criteria to control escalation levels – an intelligent, self-learning solution that will appeal to your passengers.

To transfer the sales data records to a background system for further processing, CiCoLo supports the vendor-independent HUSST standard interface. The tariff stored in CiCoLo can also be imported in full or as a differentiated delivery via the vendor-independent HUSST standard interface.

Thanks to the analogous processes, CiCoLo can also be used for sales systems with check-in / check-out or Be-in / Be-out procedures. CiCoLo was developed in cooperation with Kreisverkehr Schwäbisch Hall, which operates the first check-in / check-out sales system in accordance with VDV-KA standards.


New driving feeling in Münster thanks to networked mobility offers

First milestone of the mobility platform developed by highQ goes into real operation at the beginning of 2023

Following a Europe-wide tender, highQ received the order this spring to implement a mobility platform for Stadtwerke Münster (SWMS). As part of the project, which runs until the end of 2023, the local car-sharing service “LOOPmünster” as well as the e-scooter and bicycle rental service of the provider TIER are to be integrated into the platform. In spring 2023, passengers will be able to use an app to identify any intermodal routes to their destination and book and pay for the corresponding means of transport directly in the app. The inclusion of further mobility service providers and services in this ambitious mobility project is also firmly planned for 2024.

The aim of the new multimodal platform is to encourage commuters to switch from cars to more environmentally friendly modes of transport. Driving with the environmental network should be as uncomplicated as possible. This is why the national check-in/check-out tariff “eezy. NRW” is included in the project package, which enables public transport use without any knowledge of tariffs and thus makes it much more comfortable – creating a completely new public transport “driving feeling”. The project is funded by the North Rhine-Westphalia Ministry of Transport.

The first milestone of the new mobility platform based on the highQ MobilitySuite was delivered for approval testing by SWMS in November 2022. It includes the following functions:

  • Information about public transport and LOOPMünster (public transport) in the app
  • Integration of the CiCO system eezy. NRW
  • Intermodal information on combinations of LOOPMünster and public transport in the app
  • Combination of TIER and public transport
  • Display of TIER scooters and bicycles, booking and payment in the app
  • Choice of different means of payment
  • Single sign-on: one-time registration and login

Now comprehensive release tests are the next joint project step, so that the system can be put into real operation in 2023. We are also continuing to work on the background system to make the employee view of the various mobility products and bookings even clearer and more user-friendly.

The mobility of the future was experienced live at highQ


At InnoTrans 2022, highQ Computerlösungen presented innovative solutions for the networking of mobility live.

From 20 to 23 September 2022, highQ Computerlösungen GmbH presented its innovative applications for road users, mobility providers, associations, public utilities and transport companies at the world’s leading trade fair for transport technology InnoTrans in Berlin under the motto “The Future of Mobility – Experience Live”.

During numerous live lectures and with great support from our partners, the Bauhaus.MobilityLab and Stadtwerke Osnabrück, you could learn how you can become the market leader for mobility in your region with a mobility platform.

Among other things, our solutions for the mobility platform highQ MobilitySuite, the digital ticket counter Ticketoffice, revenue management, the gateway to the eTicketing IONgate and travel and duty planning with PlanB were presented. As pioneers of sustainable mobility, Stadtwerke Osnabrück presented how cities and rural districts together ensure smart mobility. Our research partner Bauhaus.MobilityLab showed its latest findings from the real-life laboratory in Erfurt's Brühl district for the development and testing of AI-based applications.

The interest was so great that the stand staff became scarce in the meantime. The two managing directors, Christian Disch and Thomas Hornig, are also very satisfied: “Besides our congress in June in Osnabrück, InnoTrans is another event highlight in 2022. We are enthusiastic about the interest in our solutions and have had many important and interesting discussions. This speaks for an eventful and successful trade fair and shows that our solutions meet the highest demands of the industry. ”

Another trade fair highlight for us and our guests was certainly the cocktail event on Wednesday afternoon at our highQ stand.

The future of mobility starts now

Congress in Osnabrück

highQ and Stadtwerke Osnabrück hosted the congress “The Future of Mobility – Experience Live”

The future of mobility was the focus of a two-day conference that took place on 2 and 3 June 2022 at the Alando Ballhaus in Osnabrück. The event was opened by the mayor of the city of Osnabrück Katharina Pötter, followed by a dedicated lecture by Anna Kebschull, County Councillor of the district of Osnabrück, on the integration of rural areas. Dr. Claas Beckord, Head of the Sustainable Urban Development Unit, then ranked the requirements for digitalization from the perspective of smart city development. Ulf Middelberg, as an eloquent opinion-maker for the mobility turnaround, presents an innovation impulse from the perspective of the Leipzig public transport companies. Before the lunch break, highQ held a presentation section, in which the highQ MobilitySuite as a platform for sustainable mobility solutions that conform to the common good, as well as the Zeitmiles Solution and the topic of highQ Social Mobility were part of the presentation.

In a panel discussion there was a lively debate on the subject of data protection vs. data treasure. Sascha Lobo gave a keynote address on “How the Net is Changing the World” about the importance of the digital world for the future of mobility. After a successful first day of the congress, moderated by Guido Cantz, the evening program took place in the Alando Palais.
There was also a lot of fun, as highQ also celebrated its 26th birthday – the day was rounded off with a comedy performance by Guido Cantz and the musical entertainment of the Rock`n ́Roll & Beat band „The KaiserBeats“.

The second day started with a presentation by Maik Blome, Head of Product Management and Digitalization at Stadtwerke Osnabrück AG, on the Osnabrück Mobility Portal and a stimulating contribution by Prof. Dr. Klaus Töpfer on the “temporal change” and the consequences for sustainable mobility.

The optimal integration of users was part of a panel discussion in which Christina Haspel (Head of the South Region of the Mittelstand 4. 0 Competence Center Usability, University of Media), Prof. Plank-Wiedenbeck (Dean of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Bauhaus University Weimar), Werner Linnenbrink (Head of Mobility Services at Stadtwerke Osnabrück AG) and Dr. Katharina Peine as moderator discussed ways of achieving the best possible customer:internal benefits.

Afterwards, the participants were able to visit the partners and sponsors of the congress at different stations and get to know the application examples for cities as well as the employee portal and take a look at the background system. Experience live also meant that congress visitors had the opportunity to use the many services and offers already implemented in the greater Osnabrück area free of charge for five days.

highQ would like to thank its partners Stadtwerke Osnabrück AG, Fair City Partners, Bauhaus Mobility. Lab, ITS Germany e. V. , ZEITMEILEN AG and Prisma Solutions, as well as the team of Alando Osnabrück for their support.

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Successful project start mytraQ VBB-prüfApp

Despite the adversities of Corona, the kick-off for the new project of highQ Computerlösungen GmbH with the VBB Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg GmbH was successfully carried out via a web meeting on 02.04.2020.

The scope of the project is the delivery of a VBB-prüfApp for inspectors for (partially) automated checking of the electronically stored contents of VDV barcodes and VDV user media for validity checks. The project has a duration until February 2021, already in the middle of 2020 first tests with the system will be carried out in the area. With initially up to 100 end devices (smartphone) and the highQ app mytraQ Pro, the verification of VDV

barcodes according to specifications of the VBB and VDV eTicket Service GmbH & Co. KG (VDV ETS) for all transport companies. From 2D barcodes to chip cards via NFC, in the final stage 500 devices can use the highQ solutions.

In addition to the app mytraQ Pro for the VBB-prüfApp, the highQ background systems fare.logiQ (for the administration of examiners and exams) and IONgate (for the connection to the VDV-KA, incl. the SAM server) are used. This is a good bridge to the TicketOffice for subscription/pupil card system that has been in use for many years at many transport companies in the VBB. Thomas Wanke, Branch Manager Berlin, is very pleased about this success: "Once again, highQ shows how we, with our product portfolio, make a significant contribution to the optimization of public transport processes. Only by using the already existing standard app mytraQ Pro can the VBB schedule be kept and the first tests can already be started. The app mytraQ Pro can also be used for the entire EBE process in the future to leverage further synergies.

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Online mobility marketplace

city of the future

Making purchases via online trading platforms has permanently changed our habits. Never before has it been so convenient to order and pay for products from different suppliers via a single access point. In the future, it will be just as easy to use train, bus, car sharing and other public transportation services via a mobility platform developed by the IT company highQ Computerlösungen. Among the pioneers of this new, digitally networked mobility is the city of Osnabrück in Lower Saxony, Germany.


“If you want to get people out of their cars, you have to make them a really attractive offer”, observed Thomas Hornig, Managing Director of highQ. The mobility specialists at the 60-strong Freiburg-based IT company have been thinking for many years about how a change towards more environmentally friendly forms of transport can be achieved. Their pivotal approach is a digital mobility platform on which all of a city’s transport services are combined under one (software) roof. Following a one-time registration with the platform (single sign-on), transportation users can then book any intermodal travel chain directly via an associated smartphone app.


This concept, also called “seamless mobility” by transport experts, is intended to compensate for the comfort advantage of the private car. “This is a great opportunity for transport companies to reposition themselves as comprehensive mobility service providers”, Thomas Hornig pointed out. highQ develops the necessary software modules for this type of networked transport service, for example to enable cross-supplier billing for the various transport services provided.


Osnabrück leads the way

Among the pioneers in this field is Stadtwerke Osnabrück (SWO), which has been implementing a comprehensive digitisation programme for urban mobility services for three years now. Based on the highQ platform concept, the system has so far integrated municipal bus services, local car sharing and municipal parking garages, with lockable bicycle shelters set to follow soon. “Thanks to the modular system structure, we can add further offers at any time, such as rental pedelecs and e-cargobikes”, explained Maik Blome, marketing and sales manager for SWO’s mobility services. “Following a one-time registration, our customers then have access to all transportation offerings.”


A service that appears so simple for the end user required a considerable amount of effort before it could be achieved. In particular, heterogeneous IT inventory systems needed to be linked via adapted interfaces so that the flow of data between the various Osnabrück mobility providers could run smoothly. The implementation of the entire system was carried out under the leadership of highQ as general contractor. According to Maik Blome, this proved to be a good decision: “We always had one central contact person for any questions or problems.”


One swipe and off you go

The Osnabrück mobility platform is scheduled to go into full operation in the course of 2020. As well as being able to use all modes of transport across all providers, this includes a new type of ticket system. The check in/check out ticketing system makes bus travel much more convenient for occasional passengers. When boarding the bus, a swipe of the smartphone is all that is required – and that’s it. The system itself determines where you change and get off and automatically calculates the price for the distance covered. A further advantage for passengers is “best price” invoicing. All individual journeys completed within a certain period of time are retrospectively charged to a day or week ticket – meaning that customers always receive the cheapest ticket. “With this system, we in Osnabrück are a nationwide pioneer”, Maik Blome explained.


With its mobility platform, the city in Lower Saxony has also prepared the way for the digital future of local transportation. Maik Blome offered a foretaste of how things will be by 2030: “Public transport in Osnabrück will be networked, digital, electric and autonomous, providing passengers with a seamless, multimodal mobility chain from door to door.” In the future, this will include on-demand, non-timetabled services for the last mile. Blome summarised the city’s ambitious goal: “We aim to make public mobility in Osnabrück so easy and convenient that you will never miss your car again.”


Rewarding sensible mobility behaviour

Experience shows that it is difficult to persuade die-hard drivers to switch to public transport, even with the best offer. For this reason, highQ has developed an even more far-reaching strategy that includes private cars in the mobility mix in addition to the means of transport provided by the environmental alliance. The concept is to use highQ’s mytraQ app to provide commuters with individual travel recommendations based on current traffic data and the behaviour of other mytraQ users. If traffic is congested somewhere, the app suggests less congested alternative routes or recommends switching to public transport, car sharing or a combination of different modes of transport.


Anyone who follows the app’s advice is rewarded twice over. For a start, they reach their destination quickly and without stress. In addition, they are credited with “time mile”, which can later be exchanged for free journeys, free parking periods or shopping discounts. Research results confirm that this type of bonus system works. Provided that a conurbation has sufficient public transport, monetary or non-cash incentives can be used to steer individual mobility behaviour in the desired direction in terms of choice of transport mode, route and time of day. The concept has already been thoroughly tested in Stuttgart under the project name “moveBW” and will soon be put into live operation.


Apart from the road users themselves, the cities benefit too by evening out traffic flows in terms of time and space and distributing them more evenly over the existing infrastructure. However, commercial enterprises can also use “time miles” to motivate their employees to use bicycles more frequently or to form car pools, thereby improving the efficiency of parking space management and their environmental balance. As highQ Managing Director Thomas Hornig concluded: “In any case, it makes more sense to invest a comparatively small amount in intelligent mobility than to invest huge sums in additional roads or parking spaces.”


Do you have questions about fare.logiQ? Kai Horn and his team will be happy to answer your questions.

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