Who is behind CargoRiders?
DI Andreas Mutsch-Regner
FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Peter Judmaier
Mag Gregor Kadanka
Founded in 2014 in Vienna, bitsfabrik offers software development for a variety of platforms, developing custom solutions for smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and the web. Specialized in-house teams implement native apps, backend systems and web developments in a high-quality, creative and timely manner
FH St. Pölten
The Lower Austrian University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten offers 25 degree programs as well as 24 continuing education courses in the pillars of railroad technology, media, business, digital technologies, health, security, information technology and social affairs. Research is conducted at the FH in nine institutes and interdisciplinary fields of competence. The Carl Ritter von Ghega Institute for Integrated Mobility Research, the Institute for Creative\Media/Technologies and the affiliated research group Media Business combine their expertise for the FFG project CargoRiders, which is designed for sustainable individual travel - Hop-On, Hop-Off on inland and coastal cargo ships in the European Union.
Bargelink.com was launched in 2001 and is the first and only online marketplace for European inland shipping. The Bargelink fleet currently includes 1,571 inland vessels with a total tonnage of 4.23 million tons deadweight. These vessels operate on all major European waterways. Approximately 10 million tons of goods are offered to Bargelink each year.
The Austrian travel company Mondial was founded in 1966 by in Baden near Vienna. The family business, which has existed for decades, is now run by the second generation and is based on five central pillars - Congress Management, Destination Management, Corporate Travel & Events, Tourism and Mondial Tour Operator. The business areas are interlinked and customers benefit from the know-how of a specialist and the all-round support of a full-service tourism company.