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PERSPECTIVES Alexander Pullig

PERSPECTIVES Alexander Pullig

Alexander started his journey in the DB Group at DB Regio Bus. As a product owner of the “Wohin du Willst” app, he already dealt with the question of how classic public transport solutions can be digitalized. Since joining ioki, he has been helping to build the ioki platform for digital mobility and is constantly developing it. He has always wanted to improve mobility in rural areas, since he was always dependent on a car in the city where he grew up.

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Perspectives from Andreas Schwarzkopf

Perspectives from Andreas Schwarzkopf

Andreas has been out and about in the mobility universe since 2010: from flinc, to the DB fleet service, all the way to his position as Head of Backend Engineering at ioki, Andreas has already stopped off at a number of stations. At ioki, he uses his 20+ years of IT expertise to develop new architectures and individual components for our operating system. In addition, he enhances existing architectures, among other things to open up our operating system to other transport providers – in a customer-centric and demand-oriented way. Andreas, thank you very much for taking the time.

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Perspectives from Andrés Vargas Díaz

Perspectives from Andrés Vargas Díaz

Andrés studied civil engineering and specialised in the planning and operation of transport systems as a part of his studies. He joined ioki’s Mobility Analytics team in 2019 and was influential in creating the study on public mobility in Germany.

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Perspectives from Alina Schuprin

Perspectives from Alina Schuprin

As International Business Development Manager Alina Schuprin supports ioki’s mission to implement integrated mobility solutions not only on german roads, but all over Europe. Having a Master degree in industrial engineering Alina is experienced in anything that comes with digitalisation and its impact on established business areas. At ioki she combines this know-how with her personal goal to generate a positive impact on the environment with her daily work.

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Perspectives from Jakob Kammerer

Perspectives from Jakob Kammerer

Jakob Kammerer is Head of Autonomous Mobility at ioki and thus responsible for developing the software that connects driverless vehicles with our operating system for digital mobility. After completing his B.Sc. in automotive engineering at the Technical University of Ilmenau in 2014, he progressed through several positions at Daimler, General Motors and the PSA Group into the field of mobility. Today we talk to Jakob about the supreme discipline of modern mobility: autonomous driving.

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Perspectives from  Michael Wurm Director of Mobility Analytics & Consulting at ioki

Perspectives from Michael Wurm Director of Mobility Analytics & Consulting at ioki

Michael Wurm is Director of Mobility Analytics & Consulting at ioki and brings 15 years of expertise in traffic planning & traffic modeling and his enthusiasm for data driven analysis to the table. He, is convinced that new mobility offers can only be successful with the right analytical derivation. Michael has been with ioki almost from the beginning. Growing up in the countryside, he has always been concerned with the question of how a life can function without a car – especially in rural areas. He, can therefore identify very well with ioki’s vision.

Today, he talks to us about the importance of new mobility solutions for existing systems, important issues in integrating new services and the power of data.

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IMN Business Club: Mobility in rural areas

IMN Business Club: Mobility in rural areas

Starting with the question “Solutions of urban mobility as a blueprint for rural areas?” we dedicated our third ioki Mobility Network Business Club yesterday evening in a relaxed living room atmosphere and together with our guests of the to the topic of rural mobility.

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Perspectives from Martin Grosch

Perspectives from Martin Grosch

Martin has been with ioki for more than two years. As a Senior Transport Planner in the Mobility Analytics & Consulting team, he mainly focuses on demand-responsive transport, mobility concepts and local public transport plans. He is also responsible for other interesting topics such as the internationalisation of the team’s product portfolio. The innovative local public transport plan project in and around Wiesbaden is exciting and innovative in many ways.