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mobito – individual mobility on the web and in apps for iOS and Android

mobito was developed in a service design process with an idea lab and with many conceptive workshops with varying participants. On this basis, we sharpened the idea and developed the brand mobito as a basis for everything that should follow later.

Organizing mobility in a simple way – that’s what mobito is known for today. An innovative service offer of OeAMTC. mobito is usable on the internet and as a smartphone app for iOS and Android.

From the idea to the product: scribbles, wireframes, prototypes, and many tests

The idea quickly got substantial. But it was a long way to the final product. So we imitated usercases with toy cars, drew flowcharts, and evaluated solutions in internal and external user tests with wireframes, design protoypes, and beta versions. Finally also with stress tests and security tests.

Our goal was to make life of mobile users easier. As such, the application is complex. Developers always aimed at a functional, smart, and flexible tool which is appreciated by the users. Gabriele Gerhardter, innovation manager at OeAMTC

Mobile first – mobility in the focus of development as well

The implementation was an agile process with a mixed team from asoluto, openForce, and OeAMTC. The mobile first approach helped us reduce complexity – a challenge in times of connected functionalities and with an already established infrastructure.

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Many details. Many connections. Much coordination. Many tools.

In the final stage we used integrative workspaces and Google Hangouts, supported by tools like Jira, Confluence, and Invision.

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Confluence is an enterprise-wiki offered as a collaboration service.


Invision facilitates the intuitive and efficient creation of online and offline click dummies for desktop, smartphones, and tablets.

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JIRA is a software for project and trouble scouting and documentation by Altlassian.

Most exciting was the development of co.mobil, a tool for the joint use of vehicles or accessories. Target groups are families, freinds, neighbours, and institutions that use a car together. The application even makes proposals how a group can share cost for their car, together with a contract draft. Harald Kalleitner, mobito product manager at OeAMTC

The result: mobito as an app and a web service.

mobito offers two kinds of services: my.mobil for all people who want to organize their personal mobility, and co.mobil for groups who share vehicles or accessories. Both functions are supported by many tools – on the web and via the app.

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Active users of car sharing in Vienna
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The intense offer for interaction is significant for mobito. Also, we care a lot about data protection. For the web version and the backend, openForce used typesafe stack, based on Scala and using playframe network with Akka in the backend. In the frontend, Angular JS JavaScript Framework delivers excellent usability and high speed. Otto Meinhart, CEO of openForce*

*mobito was developed in close cooperation with openForce

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Mobilität einfach organisieren – dafür steht mobito, das neue Service des ÖAMTC. mobito gibt es als Web-Service und als App für iOS und Android.

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From the beginning it was clear that not all services possible would also be useful for the user. The mobile first approach stands for an excellent mobile usability, but also helped us reduce complexity caused by the connection between the functionalities.