Recently the starting signal was given for the pilot project “KIV-digital” (municipal inventory administration) at the city of Bedburg. Together with the mayor of the city of Bedburg, Sascha Solbach, the first traffic signs were marked with a unique code and recorded via app mobile. “This pilot project is very exciting for the town of Bedburg, as it will enable us to digitally manage traffic signs and possibly also other furniture such as benches or playground equipment in the future,” said Sascha Solbach enthusiastically after the on-site appointment. Torsten Stamm, department head for urban planning, building regulations and business development, adds: “The aim is to have a detailed and constant overview of the objects in public spaces that need to be maintained by the city. This opens up many opportunities for the city’s employees, but also in particular for the citizens, and uses a (still) small example to show the way of the city of Bedburg into the digital future”. Based on the global and widely used identification standard of GS1 Germany, oneIDentity+ GmbH developed the KIV app and the KIV portal for this purpose. Both will now be tested and further developed within the scope of the pilot project, which is scheduled to run for almost 3 months, together with employees of the city of Bedburg, in order to support other communities in their digitisation efforts. Further information is available at

Reference photos:
Sascha Solbach, Mayor of the city of Bedburg
Guido Linden, GS1 Germany
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