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PSI Transcom GmbH

Booth number: Hall B3 - 1739

About us

As a wholly-owned subsidiary of the PSI Software AG, the PSI Transcom GmbH develops and integrates control solutions for transport companies in the public and railway transport sector.

PSI Transcom has its headquarters in Berlin, Germany and offers a complete spectrum of applications for bus, rail, light rail and tram ranging from Depot Management, Train Management, Automatic Vehicle Management through to Passenger Information. Optimal management of vehicles and associated resources, and best possible customer service experience are at the forefront of the underlying philosophy that the company shares with its clients – all directed at ensuring best possible economic and competitive advantage for the operators.

Based upon the integrated telematics platform PSItraffic each system is specially tailored to the needs of individual customers, but always complying with the latest industry standards, many of which PSI has helped to develop over its 36 year history.

Products and services

With PSItraffic/ Depot Management System (DMS), you are provided with an overview of your operation and, in case of disruptions, can take prompt action. Whether in disposition, in the garage, or drivers searching for their vehicles – the optimisation potential is enormous. PSItraffic/DMS creates transparency and helps you to adapt processes and thus improve your competitiveness.

PSItraffic/DMS seamlessly integrates multiple depots and different business areas such as tram or bus.


PSI Transcom GmbH
Dircksenstr. 42 – 44
10178 Berlin

Phone: +49 30 2801-1610
Fax: +49 30 2801-1632

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Booth number: Hall B3 - 1738