Pilotfish’s ambition is to achieve a higher level of competitiveness for bus and train operators within the public transport sector.
The Swiss railway rolling stock manufacturer Stadler is delivering 69 trains to a public transport operator in the Netherlands. The Gothenburg-based company Pilotfish delivers one Vehicle Gateway communication unit for each train, through German IT specialist IVU Traffic Technologies AG, together with a number of core services like a cloud-based back-office system. – “We are
Ruter AS, the management company for public transport in Oslo, is updating the passenger counting system in 36 trams with an option on additional 36. In connection to this, the Gothenburg based company Pilotfish delivers Vehicle Gateways, which connects the Automated Passenger Counting, APC, to the Internet and delivers GPS position to the system. “We
for Quality, Environmental Responsibility, Data Privacy & Information Security Background Pilotfish Networks AB supplies connectivity and cloud based services to public transport vehicles. Our core offering is based on the installation of a gateway that connects the vehicle network to Internet. Pilotfish technology is based on standards and IT-architecture from the organisation ITxPT. The challenges
As we are in a phase of constant growth, we are regularly looking for new coworkers with varying competences to strengthen our team. For the moment, we are actively looking for the following: Gothenburg System developer Frontend developer Embedded developer Frankfurt Key account manager If any of these positions sound interesting, you can read more