Pilotfish’s ambition is to achieve a higher level of competitiveness for bus and train operators within the public transport sector.
Pilotfish has signed a deal with Deutsche Bahn subsidiary DB Regio, to install central information units,” Vehicle Communication Gateways” with the supplementing driver consoles in 4800 busses over the upcoming five years. – Naturally, we are very pleased to enter a cooperation with such an important actor within the German public transport market. This means
At London Transport Awards the EU project EBSF2 (European Bus System of the Future) which Pilotfish is deeply involved in, won the Most Innovative Transport Project award. “To win an award for innovation shows that we are where we want to be. We serve public transport with cutting edge IT solutions, and that requires constant innovation, says Pilotfish
Pilotfish Networks has been awarded the Goteborg Company price 2017, which is awarded to successful companies operating and developing in the Gothenburg region. The prize is awarded by the business group at Göteborg & Co and consists of SEK 25,000 and a silver statue. “This award is a receipt that our successful international work is
ITxPT is an association open to Public Transport stakeholders developing applied standards for interoperable “plug-and-play” onboard and back-office IT-systems for public transport. The first device to be tested for compliance and to acquire the ITxPT label is a Vehicle Gateway from the Swedish company Pilotfish. Tomas Gabinus, CEO of Pilotfish says “I am extremely proud