TEC provides services and products in the area of transport engineering headed to public bodies and private companies.

TEC is a group of highly qualified experts and researchers from a scientific and technical point of view, thanks to a multiannual experience on international ground in the transport systems analysis, management and planning.

TEC Transport Engineering Consulting was formed in Rome in 2004 in academia; in these years of activity has retained a strong connection especially with The Sapienza University of Rome, offering a high profile professional career to the best students of the master degree in transport systems engineering.


TEC combines a constant tension towards new ideas to the operational capacity to make them competitive, in order to propose innovative and customized solutions that meet the specific needs of the customers.

TEC structures a relationship based on the availability and flexibility with its customers, ensuring a productive support and an open sharing of their knowledge.

TEC operates mainly in transport systems planning and management on the basis of quantitative analysis provided by mathematical models developed to reproduce people’s behaviour and the use of road networks and public transport; this let the user to assess the efficiency of new infrastructure and interventions on mobility, simulating the effects on transport and on the environment, or to identify suitable design solutions on the basis of stated objectives.


TEC is able to use the most the greatest commercial software available today on the market (ex. VISUM, VISSIM) for the simulation of the transport networks and for the analysis of the demand.

Furthermore, TEC has specific knowledges in GIS field (e.g. ArcGIS, QGIS).

TEC has the capacity to interface the above instruments with individualised methods, developing scripts and ad-hoc procedures to adapt itself to the requirements of the customers.

TEC can in that way make use of the most advanced existent methodologies and offer increasingly innovative solutions to match new problems linked to the mobility of people and goods: road networks dynamic, public transport congestion, traffic forecasting and optimization, user information, shared mobility and multi-modality.