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Peter Schneck is the CEO of Trapeze Switzerland since February 2015. In this position, Mr. Schneck is responsible for the entire Trapeze portfolio for ITS mobility solutions and Ticketing in Europe, Africa, Mid-East and South America as well as in selected Asian cities like Singapore and Hongkong. He is also the co-founder of AMoTech GmbH focusing on the integration of autonomous vehicles into the future mobility systems for Smart Cities.

Peter Schneck is an attorney-at-law, holds an Executive MBA and is a software developer as well. He is a veteran in the mobility industry for more than 30 years. Before joining Trapeze he worked for more than 20 years in the parking management industry of which he spent 4 years in operations with the European market leader APCOA Parking Holdings GmbH based in Stuttgart, Germany as Managing Director and Business Developer for international key accounts. Before joining APCOA Parking Mr. Schneck served as Managing Director for the global market leader Scheidt & Bachmann GmbH in Mönchengladbach, Germany. During his tenure, he has equipped a large number of major airports and municipalities worldwide.


  • June 10: Integrating on demand transport in urban transport networks

    Expanding the reach of public transport with first and last mile services using automated vehicles

    Geographically flexible on-demand public transport services become viable if automated vehicles can be used. Operating at much lower cost than conventional buses, small self-driving vehicles have the potential to be used for the first and last mile and thereby expand the reach of public transport.Now what makes a first/last mile service? It is sufficient to operate a flexible fleet of self-driving vehicles alongside a fixed-route network? Arguably not. If not jointly managed with the existing scheduled services, the on-demand services will compete with the former, leading to lower occupancy in the regular buses and more traffic on the main axes through the city. For the on-demand services to become complementary, an elaborate set of rules for journey planning and pricing needs to be set up. AMoTech, 100% subsidiary of Trapeze, is working on this problem.