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Established in 1989, Systematica is a Transport Planning and Mobility Engineering consultancy with its main office in Milan (Italy) and subsidiary offices in Beirut (Lebanon) and Mumbai (India).
Systematica operates at multiple scales and provides a wide array of integrated consultancy services in the sectors of transport and urban planning, including national, urban and development scale transport planning, strategic advisory and due diligence for infrastructure investments, traffic analysis and management, mobility engineering in complex buildings and events venues with a special focus on pedestrian flows, parking design, vertical transportation, and application of advanced info-mobility systems and technologies.
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Systematica is committed to its company statement and mission, inscribed by its founder, to deliver highly ethical and professional invest in Research and Development for seeking new approaches and solutions for the ever-changing issue of mobility and transport planning; put social inclusion on top priority, and; search for sound engineering solutions to support sustainable growth.
Systematica’s team is characterized by its variety in terms of disciplines, qualifications and experience. This allows for a versatile interaction with Clients of different nature and the capability to tailor and tweak approaches according to different project conditions, complexity and geographical characteristics.
The team is composed of engineers, architects and urban planners with multiple linguistic proficiency. Systematica’s team of professionals continuously seeks to enrich its know-how through cross-disciplinary research activities for new methods, instruments and techniques.
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