The negative impact of global urbanization is most evident in the field of mobility. Inner city individual traffic, in particular, is on the rise. The mixed and increasingly unpredictable traffic conditions result in more and more accidents, to the chagrin of vulnerable road users (VRUs). The use of existing infrastructures is unbalanced and no longer meets the needs of all road users. By transforming public areas into pedestrian-only zones, a balance is slowly being restored. The deployment of autonomous mobile systems (AMSs) creates new problems that exhibit similarities to those in automotive mobility. Within the project Test Area Intelligent Quartier Mobility (TIQ) at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW Hamburg), a multi-sensor system (MSS) is developed. This platform aims to facilitate the integration of AMSs into quartier mobility.Problem.