GOAT is now available for the whole of Germany

We launch GOAT nationwide! GOAT is now available with many new features for the whole of Germany and can be transferred to any region worldwide.
By Sophie Meining
GOAT is now available for the whole of Germany
Content Overview

Market launch of GOAT

GOAT is a cloud-based planning instrument, which supports planners in implementing the 15-min-city by combining the land use and transport component. GOAT is fully open source and operates via an interactive web map. The analyses in GOAT are based on a large number of spatial data, which are aggregated using innovative fusion and refinement methods. With these, we can now set up the GOAT versions for all desired cities and regions in Germany.

We are happy to now offer our software as a SaaS solution to municipalities, counties and consultants. On request, GOAT can also be transferred to study areas worldwide.

NEW: GOAT with user login, improved user interface and faster analyses

We have gladly followed the numerous user requests and implemented a user login with our new GOAT version 1.1, which allows to save created scenarios and to upload own data sets. In addition, the existing user interface of GOAT has been improved and calculations can now be performed more easily and quickly.

Are you interested in GOAT and would like to try out the functionalities for yourself? Just click on the link, fill out the contact form and you will receive your personal access to the demo version for Munich. The demo version is valid for 30 days.

Learn more about GOAT

In line with our market launch, we have also redesigned our website. Feel free to take a look around. Interested cities, counties, planning offices, etc. are welcome to contact us, we have a suitable offer for everyone. We are looking forward to your request.

Sophie Meining
Sophie Meining
Working Student

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