Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur

Contact details

  • Invalidenstraße 44
  • 10115 Berlin
  • Germany

This presentation is also available in the following languages

Contact

Please log in to view users’s details

About Us

Take me directly to Visit us at the following trade fairs

The Ministry is headed by the Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure. He coordinates and is responsible for the work of the department, which comprises the Ministry and a total of 63 executive agencies. The Minister is supported in his work by three parliamentary state secretaries, who are also members of the German Bundestag, and by two permanent state secretaries. These five most senior staff members assist the Minister in his functions as head of the department and member of the government.


The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure is divided into nine directorates-general with a total staff of around 1,450. Around 810 work in Bonn, 625 work in Berlin and up to 15 work abroad.


The Digital Society Directorate-General is responsible for the roll-out of digital infrastructure. Its policy areas include broadband roll-out, radio spectrum policy and the Network Alliance. In addition, it focuses on issues relating to the digitalization of society and transport: automated driving, telematics and IT-based systems for earth and weather observation.


Since 2016, the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) has been funding R&D projects related to digital data-based applications for Mobility 4.0 with a research initiative called mFUND. mFUND not only provides financial assistance but, with different event formats, it also fosters networking between stakeholders from the political sphere as well as the business and the research communities. It also promotes access to the mCLOUD data portal. Further information can be found at www.bmvi.de.


The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure has assumed the patronage of Hypermotion and will present itself with a joint German stand in cooperation with the Federal Highway Research Institute (BAST), the Logistics Alliance Germany (LAG), which markets German logistics excellence on behalf of the ministry, and the National Organization for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NOW GmbH). The LAG presentation at the joint German stand will be supported by the companies IQS Holding GmbH, Logiline GmbH, Mosolf SE und Co KG as well as the Hamburg Port Authority. In addition, the ministry promotes start-ups by providing them with the opportunity to present themselves at the Hypermotion start-up area.

Exhibitor at the following trade fair

Hypermotion 2017

20.11.2017 - 22.11.2017 Hall: 5.1 Stand: C 40