Pilotfish’s ambition is to achieve a higher level of competitiveness for bus and train operators within the public transport sector.
A major European bus operator has chosen the Pilotfish solution to implement standardized ITxPT-based vehicle communication on more than 1000 buses. Thanks to the use of standardized protocols in the Pilotfish Vehicle Gateway, the operator has the ability to choose from a variety of suppliers for connected hardware and software. Pilotfish offers a Vehicle Communication
The Board of Directors of Pilotfish Networks AB, one of Europe’s leading providers of cloud-based system solutions for public transport, has appointed Magnus Andersson as the new CEO of the company. The German principal owner, the global technology company Voith, and Pilotfish jointly decided the change in management to support the planned expansion of the
We bring Internet of Things into public transport From March 3 to 5, 2020 Voith and Pilotfish will present how the Internet of Things will change public transport at the IT-Trans exhibition in Karlsruhe, Germany. We are looking forward to welcoming you at our stand 2G4. If you would like to schedule an individual appointment with one
Pilotfish is attending Busworld together with Voith. Pilotfish CEO, Tomas Gabinus, expects attention regarding the changing market situation. “One of the most central things going on right now is the open ITxPT architecture, which fundamentally changes the market behaviour of the involved parties. It frees every actor to focus on what they are best at