SCHLOTHAUER & WAUER Ingenieurgesellschaft für Straßenverkehr

By meeting challenges we grow

From the planning of intersections to the adaptive management of complex traffic networks

Since our formation in 1991, we have been pursuing the goal of developing intelligent planning and system solutions for road traffic. Within the context of the digitalisation of the working world in the mid 1990’s, this resulted in our first software system LISA.

LISA is a digital workplace for traffic engineers which makes the traffic-related planning and assessment of intersections with traffic lights simpler, more effective and more efficient. This quality is the basis for the market success of all successor software systems from LISA through to INES, which make it possible to manage urban road-traffic networks in an adaptive and performance-oriented manner while also preserving the environment, energy and nerves. The sustainable management of traffic flows creates the prerequisite for the urban mobility concepts of the future.

We are there for you

At 14 locations spread over Europe and the world over 60 traffic experts and partner companies have an open door to your needs and questions. And in case you should not find any of our offices or partner companies close to your location - give us a call. We will visit you.

Managing directors

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Wolfgang Höger
Dipl.-Ing. Tilmann Wauer


Storkower Straße 142,
10407 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg
Phone: +49 30 93 66 72 - 0
Mail: info(at)

Head of Branch Office

Dipl.-Ing. Karin Fritsche
Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Gesche


Gohliser Str. 28, 01159 Dresden
Phone: +49 (0) 351 42 76 53 - 0
Fax: +49 (0) 351 42 76 53 - 29

Head of Branch Office

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Uwe Kaltenmark


Annastr. 12, 86150 Augsburg
Phone: +49 (0)821 7 10 79 45
Fax: +49 (0)821 7 10 79 20
Mail: nlaugsburg(at)

Head of Branch Office

Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Uwe Kaltenmark


Im Schelmen 7/1, 72072 Tübingen
Phone: +49 (0)7071 5 49 92 35
Fax: +49 (0)7071 5 49 92 37
Mail: nltuebingen(at)

Head of Branch Office

Dr.-Ing. Tobias Schendzielorz


Aschauer Straße 10, 81549 München
Phone: +49 (0)89- 21 18 78-0
Mail: nl-muenchen(at)

Branch Office Hannover

Dr.-Ing. Stephan Hoffmann
Lützerodestraße 10, 30161 Hannover
Telefon: +49 (0)176 121 878 18






Baltic States

MB Traficus


ProUrbe, Budapest


Ariel-Wimasor Traffic & Parking Control Ltd.


stadtraum Polska Sp. z o.o.


Elcom, Belgrad

South America


Czech Republic



ProMobility/Bespalov Lab, Kiew

The Netherlands

SWARCO Nederland B.V.

Job offers

For current job offers, please have a look at our German website
Please note that a good command of written and spoken German is a prerequisite to work at our company.

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What do we stand for

In the field of traffic engineering we are contributing to projects and organizations to promote open source interfaces for traffic systems. To reflect our corporate social responsibility, we support the charity project “Friends Support for Community Development” in Tansania.

Research and Activity in Professional Associations

Through our membership in professional organizations and associations, we strive to bring our expertise and experience to bear in the development of road traffic engineering standards and regulations.

  • Member of ODG & Partner (OCIT Developer Group and Partners) and of the ODG working group OCIT-C.
    ODG & Partner is a consortium aimed at standardising central interfaces (OCIT-C), known as OCIT® interfaces. We play a particularly large role in the creation of the interface for the supply of optical signalling systems. OCIT® is a registered trademark of the companies Siemens AG, AVT STOYE GmbH, SWARCO TRAFFIC SYSTEMS GmbH and Stührenberg GmbH.
  • Member of Gf VSVI (Association for the advancement of continuing education for road construction and traffic engineers in Berlin and Brandenburg)
  • Member of FGSV (Road and transportation research association)
Work for the community
„Nambala Help“

One consequence of the rampant epidemics in Africa is the large number of orphaned children with absolutely no prospects for the future. Going to school is becoming a luxury. Our friends at the African initiative FRI-SUCODE in Tanzania have for years been making efforts to ensure that education is also accessible to the poorest of the poor. Be it the brokering of school sponsorships or the building of schools – their projects are diverse and always aimed at strengthening the educational structure of the region. The municipal centre, for whose construction and expansion we have been providing financial support since many years, has now been completed.

A new project of our inexhaustible helpers on site is planned for the coming years: A boarding school for the children of secondary school in Kikwe. A lot of children in Tanzania have a long way to school, often many kilometers they have to cover on foot. Who snatched one of the few places in one of the school accommodations must be lucky. It is scheduled to begin early in 2016 with the construction of a girls boarding school. Especially for girls the way to school is often not only long, but also dangerous.

For more infos ot the project please have a look at the homepage of the project.

> Website of the project