NEMI Digital Demand Responsive Transport


NEMI is an Digital Demand Responsive Transport (DDRT) platform that improves the efficiency of public transport services in bus and taxi

How does on-demand transport work?
NEMI flexibilises and optimises existing transport routes to improve efficiency and enhance the user experience of public transport in low-demand contexts. Through a user application, a driver application, a web back-office and a route optimisation algorithm, services are built and optimised based on booking locations.

NEMI's solution has been designed according to the vision and needs of the transport authorities, and respecting the ideology of public transport.  In this sense, the solution focuses on the digitisation and optimisation of bus and taxi services, maintaining those elements that make public transport the most efficient way to aggregate the highest number of people in the fewest number of trips possible with the existing fleet. 

NEMI is a software that creates an optimal and flexible public transport system since it allows us to achieve more with the same resources.
- Increased frequencies
- Shorter journeys
- Greater geographical coverage

Flexible enough to change according to the demand at certain times of the day or days of the week
Indeed, NEMI is a flexible digital platform that responds to the needs of irregular passenger flows, offering hybridisation of regular lines by including stops on demand during certain times of the day or week or year.

Celebrating NEMI´s 5th birthday this year
The first DDRT service has been operating since 2019 in a rural area connecting several villages with the urban core of Girona, Catalonia in northern Spain.  Today, NEMI has 42 active bus and taxi services throughout Spain with a team of 25 professionals across the software development, sales, R&D and marketing teams.

A quality rural public transport service: flexible, frequent and reliable - a dream come true?

NEMI operates a real-time pre-booked and request model with a certain stability in routes, stops and dispatches that facilitates demand aggregation and at the same time provides greater reliability and frequency of public transport service.