Online Presentation:
PTV xServer-based transport route planning in the cloud

Online presentation

Wednesday, July 18, 2012
 16.00 CEST
Moderators: Bernd Welter and
Christian Mähler

For details about topics and registration visit our webinar area

This week we will present how we used the standard PTV xLocate, xMap, xRoute and xTour components, together with Traffic Information Servlet,  PTV AJAX Map Servlet and some product specific servlets to built PTV Map&Guide internet. Details about PTV xServer and Map&Guide internet: Post of March 2012 and watch the Microsoft Video Case Study on YouTube.

PTV AG wins Cloud 4 Society Award given by Microsoft Germany


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Microsoft Germany awarded the first Cloud 4 Society prize to innovative Cloud start-ups and enterprises for the best idea and implementation based on Windows Azure at CeBIT 2012.

The software company was looking for innovative cloud-based business models, for example as part of Software-as-a-Service solutions, designed to extend their processing capacity or to be used as flexible server solutions as part of their business strategy.… Read more

map&guide internet –
PTV xServer-based transport route planning in the cloud


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The map&guide development team is proud to present its brand new product map&guide internet, a SaaS solution of the famous map&guide desktop.
It took around two years to re-implement the software from scratch as a SaaS solution.

The client is running completely in a browser without any plug-ins.… Read more

Up in the clouds

[Edit 02.03.2012] Article concerning PTV xServer-based transport route planning in the cloud now available.


The first cloud-based transport route planner is now available: map&guide internet

Logistics enterprises and forwarding companies can now use map&guide as a “Software as a Service” solution (SaaS) with direct access via any electrical outlet. It saves both energy and resources, and requires no installation and individual maintenance.

Great! But what has this to do with PTV Developer Components? Watch out … an article concerning the technology behind is already short from releasing.

To bridge the time watch the following Microsoft partner video. Frank Felten (VP Product Management Logistics at PTV) talks about the cloud solution with Windows Azure.