Smart Mobility

Mobility is changing
Continuously growing traffic volumes on our roads and increasing passenger volumes in public transport, combined with progressive urbanization, increasing scarcity of resources and increasing cost pressure.  What is needed are new, intelligent mobility services that take into account the zeitgeist of digitalization, sharing economy and automation. This not only increases the demands placed on the information and communication technologies used, but also the requirements placed on the management of the data generated.
Smart Mobility
André Arrigoni
Partner
+41 58 411 96 36

We see our customers as partners and value customer-focused, comprehensive solutions that allow companies to successfully break new ground.

Together with mobility service providers, we develop a strategy for the effective use of technology. We take into account the existing infrastructure as well as the future market environment and current trends, such as Mobility as a Service (MaaS), door-to-door travel planning, new means of transport (e-mobility, drones) or automated driving, whether on the road or rail (smartrail4.0).


The Swiss road network must withstand the highest loads. It is therefore essential to constantly improve the capacity utilisation of the existing infrastructure without endangering traffic and operational safety. With our services in the field of information and communication technology as well as classic control technology, we support the project planning, procurement and implementation of operating and safety equipment (BSA), traffic management systems (VLS, VI, VDE, V-TV, PUN, ED), IoT architectures & systems and specialist applications for the higher-level management and control of the entire road system.


With the constantly growing number of passengers in public transport, the increasing demands on the existing railway infrastructure and the technological advances in automation, the demands on the use of information and communication technologies are growing. More frequent connections at maximum network utilization are required, as is economical and secure operation with continuous monitoring of the existing infrastructure. As an independent Swiss consulting company and expert in information technology and control technology, AWK guarantees the successful use of ICT in public transport.

How we can assist you:

Our consultants have a unique combination of specialist knowledge and practical experience in the areas of mobility, IT and project management. We systematically analyze the existing processes of your organization on the basis of proven methods and, together with all parties involved, develop innovative solutions for efficient, economical and sustainable mobility. Data Analytics and Big Data Management play an important role due to the unstoppable growth of data volumes. We support you in tapping the potential of your data by systematically recording and evaluating it and making optimum use of this valuable resource.

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The Customer at the Centre

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Computerworld (2019/04)
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The customer in the centre

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Computerworld (2019/04)
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Simply with the best means of transport

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Eisenbahntechnische Rundschau (2018/10)
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Smart Society - Curse or blessing?

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AWK FOCUS (2018/10)

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Tunnel 4.0: Are we exploiting the potential of existing data?

ABB Customer Conference "Tunnel Day" (2017/09)
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Road Pricing - The solution against congestion?

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Road traffic Switzerland (2016/11)
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Data, data, data - Take advantage of the full potential

AWK FOKUS 2016/10
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Connected Cars - On the way to an omniscient car

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Arnold Story Year Book (2016/08)
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Paradigm shift in the management of complex infrastructures

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Signalisation soon superfluous?

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Road traffic Switzerland (2015/11)
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Project Portfolio Management - From Strategy to the Right Projects

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The Future of Driving - Technology Trends in Road Traffic

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Final Report Mobility Platforms Working Group

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its-ch, Deputy Chairman of the Working Groups: Fabio Walti, AWK (2018/09)
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Recommendations for action Mobility as a Service MaaS

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Literaturrecherche für das BAV (2018/06)
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Building automation and IT - sharing resources

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AWK KNOWLEDGE (2012/03)

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Control technology - Everything under control?

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AWK KNOWLEDGE (2004/09)

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"All IP" - Communication in upheaval

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AWK KNOWLEDGE (2014/12)

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ICT in the Gotthard Base Tunnel

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AWK KNOWLEDGE (2., 2016/06)

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C2X - the networked cars are coming

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Road Traffic Switzerland (2014/03)

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Traffic Management Application (FA VM)

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Speech at the Swiss Police Informatics Congress SPIK (2014/03)

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New age in digital traffic management

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Road and Traffic (2015/03)

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Requirements Engineering - decisive for project success

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AWK KNOWLEDGE (2013/09)

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Successful process optimization in practice

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AWK KNOWLEDGE (2013/12)

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Traffic information system ensures timely information

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Road and Traffic (2008/06)

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For safe journeys through the tunnels

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Road traffic Switzerland (2010/01)

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Centrally managed and safe on the road

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Road traffic Switzerland (2010/01)

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Effectively protecting Swiss road infrastructures against electronic threats

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Road and Traffic (2012/09)

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Traffic management on national roads

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Road traffic Switzerland (2013/01)

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Service-Oriented Architectures - From Hype to Reality

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AWK KNOWLEDGE (2011/09)

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