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Bernardo Knoblich joined Infineon Technologies AG in 2011 and since March 2017 is heading the Product Line Transport & Ticketing. Previous to joining Infineon Bernardo has gathered through his carreer both consulting and industry experience in different areas. He holds both an MBA form Grenoble Ecole de Management and an electronic engineering Dippl-Ing degree from the Technical University of Munich.

Sessions

  • June 10: The ticket to better urban mobility

    Mobility on demand and what is needed so it can contribute to a healthier economy and a greener planet

    Can earning money in transport help create a better future? Transport authorities and operators are continually looking for ways to increase the efficiency and performance of their systems. What is it that makes contactless technologies and NFC buzz words in our industry? Should we expect the market to remain as diverse as it seems to be at the moment? Contactless ticketing solutions have to rapidly handle extremely high passenger numbers still ensuring superior performance. Passengers expect the ultimate in convenience and reliability. But there are a few key points such as standardization and shared guidelines that transport agencies and operators need to take into account to meet these challenges as they transition towards easy, affordable, secure and environmentally sound public transport services – thus reducing pollution and creating greener cities moving forward.
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