Transport & Mobility
Whether it's a question of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) or of seamlessly integrated mobility chains, the upheaval in the transportation and mobility sector is already here. Zühlke supports you in applying and deploying innovative solutions so that you can make a seamless transition to this new world of mobility.
The transportation of goods and people is undergoing rapid disruption. New technologies and services, socio-economic trends, and differing demographic needs are transforming mobility. New technology promises faster, safer, cheaper and personalised mobility. Yet effective implementation requires the seamless integration of mobility chains, which presents a challenge to your old infrastructure.
As a provider in today’s climate, you face many demands, from secure and sustainable mobility to greater travel convenience. If you’re unsure about how to leverage technology to optimise operations and improve the customer journey, then we can help you.
At Zühlke, we put your needs first, embracing the new passenger-centered mobility paradigm. We’ll help you build a sustainable market position by navigating technology trends such as 5G networks, extended reality, IoT and sensor technology, advanced analytics and artificial intelligence.
To meet new customer demands, you need to deliver new experiences across the whole value chain - everything from seamless multimodal travel, to pay-as-you-go payment to integrated insurance. Meanwhile time, convenience and cost remain key factors to differentiate your business. However, these new services all require the safe collection, management and sharing of data.
To keep pace, you may need to change your business model to find a place in a complex new ecosystem. Mobile-ticketing platforms and automated fare collection systems are no longer just ‘nice to have,’ but a requirement for many travelers.
Zühlke can help you develop business opportunities based on mobility-as-a-service (MAAS) solutions. We provide expertise in areas such as data science, data security, cloud computing and platform development. And crucially, we’ll assist you in navigating and managing the complexity surrounding data and multiple partners.
There’s a mounting pressure for services to be both punctual and safe while also improving your efficiency, financial performance, and environmental footprint.
New technologies such as data analytics, machine learning, virtual reality, blockchain, sensor technology and IoT open up new possibilities for managing and optimising your asset and operation performance. So, jobs such as digital fleet inspection, automatised damage detection and digital fleet control are essential for fleet management services.
At Zühlke, we can help advance your analytics and improve your digital systems, so you can move towards preventive and predictive maintenance solutions. Drawing on our software and hardware development expertise in regulated environments, we help you improve the safety of your passengers and workers and manage your fleets in real-time.
We combine human and artificial intelligence to optimise your systems, processes and operations.
The world of operations is challenging, from your short-term cost reduction measures and long-term strategic initiatives to the digital transformation of your operation. And sometimes, you’re left with no choice but to reinvent your entire business. So, you can find a place in the travel ecosystems of the future.
Data helps you make better decisions, while AI and machine learning accelerate your processes and increase customer focus. But the technology’s greatest promise is its potential to develop radically new products and services.
Zühlke can help you learn how to leverage the right technologies and seamlessly transition between on-demand, private and public transport services.
We’ll enable you to transition to a passenger-centric paradigm. And, we’ll identify and create digital solutions that help you join mobility ecosystems.
Thomas Diggelmann is responsible for the Bern / Espace Mittelland market area of Zühlke Switzerland. He also co-leads the Bern location with over 80 employees. In his daily work, he advises, accompanies, and supports leading Bern companies in the areas of digitalization and transformation. In doing so, Thomas Diggelmann can draw on several years of experience from challenging strategic change and innovation project management. He holds a degree in Business Administration with a Master in Business Development and an Executive MBA HSG in Business Engineering.
Andreas Pfleger is Head of Market Unit Industry & Consumer Products at Zühlke. After a view exiting years in the manufacturing area, he changed to the IT sector. As a senior project manager he was responsible for mainly sofware development projects. For more than 8 years he specialises in solution-orientated business development in manufacturing and the machine building industry. He has a passion for the industrial digital transformation.
Philipp Harrschar is Executive Director Business Development and Partner of the Zühlke Group. He has been with Zühlke since 2011 and provides strategic advice and support to clients in innovation and digitalisation projects. His focus is on cross-sector innovation patterns and the use of key technologies.
Leading Insurance at Zühlke Singapore, Peter Haarmark has over 15 years of experience working in cross-functional roles in tech start- ups and global companies. Before joining Zühlke, Peter worked for a large Danish insurer in Europe and also created the commercial insurance offering for a leading cloud- based corporate services provider in Singapore. Peter holds the General Insurance License from Singapore College of Insurance.
Jonathan Cook has 25 years experience working for systems integrators, telecommunications and engineering companies. He has pioneered better ways of providing engineering services, including Agile delivery, Lean User Experience and Data Science and Data Engineering. With a focus on practical innovation, he has a track record helping to implement new business models to decarbonise the energy and transport sectors.