Presenting Kapsch’s philosophy “challenging limits” using moving images turned out to be more difficult than originally thought. The challenge was to explain every aspect behind this philosophy in just a few minutes. Check out what happened so far.
After twenty-two years, the final page of a Kapsch art calendar will be turned at the end of this year. At the same time, a new chapter in the promotion of young Austrian artists is being written - the Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize
Technically speaking, standards are a good thing. Without them, individual components would not work together. No plug would fit. Information would not be able to flow. Similarly, the media landscape would be much poorer without the daily newspaper ‘Der Standard’ and its online edition. Political debate in Austria would be much more boring. People would have one less source of critical and reliable information.
Kapsch TrafficCom awarded as the world’s leading systems integrator and technology provider in the field of Electronic Toll Collection
The international market report “Electronic Toll Collection” of Ptolemus Consulting Group evaluated Kapsch TrafficCom in two of three categories as market leader. Within the category “Worldwide System Integrators” Kapsch took the first place in the three tested focal regions: Europe, Asia and America. In the category of “Worldwide Technology Providers”, the Viennese family-run company is […]
An interview with Wolfgang Horak, Manager of ICT Austria, on trends and developments in IT outsourcing
The Parcours and Free Runner Moritz König is the star of a new Kapsch TrafficCom video which illustrates our new market approach to the market of intelligent transportation systems.
Interview with Peter Ummenhofer, Vice President Business Unit ITS at Kapsch TafficCom
Sounding things out for their possibilities and asking what they could be, but aren’t - this is the task that the artist Roman Pfeffer also set himself for his "Brain Twister" project. This is how he deconstructs a rowboat from the 1970s....
Kapsch BusinessCom provides for closer contact with premature babies
One of Oscar Wilde’s most famous quotes, this sprang to mind when we saw a competitor’s event invitations – we’re proud of what we produce, and it seems the competition is also, seeing as they are reusing the language we created!
The Kapsch Corporate Museum displays contributions to the European history of technology
The international European Corridor project has focused on connecting vehicles and infrastructure since 2013. The first cooperative transportation systems will be installed along the corridor from Rotterdam to Vienna. Kapsch is involved in this as a project partner.
For a city to become a smart city, a series of challenges must be overcome. One of these challenges is intelligent parking.
About 60 million people around the world use Runtastic fitness apps and each day, up to new 150,000 users are added. They upload about a million activities per day on the servers. This requires a particularly powerful IT infrastructure
City access solutions meet the mobility needs of both locals and tourists alike while making a contribution to funding municipal traffic infrastructures.
Researchers plan to use an online game to find out what motivates people’s mobility behavior. The findings will be used for new informational offers.