The Austrian Apprentices’ Parliament held its first-ever session this year. Eight Kapsch apprentices were part of this initiative.
At the Kapsch headquarters, an “S” as in “security” was stolen. The misdeed was captured on camera.
Visitors to six ski resorts can now experience the new quality that digitalization is adding to tourism.
Regardless of which school of thought innovation theorists belong to or which methods they propound for developing new products and solutions, one common thread runs through all the publications on this topic: innovation takes place in dialog with those who hope to benefit from it. This is all the more true for technologies that support – or even transform – core processes in companies.
A look back at human history shows that shared infrastructure is an ancient, highly successful concept. Now it’s also applicable to IT for companies.
These days, the local public transport system is playing an increasingly major role in urban systems – and the more people use it, the more important it becomes to organize efficient access to public transit. Having to wait in line at the entrance to smart cities would call the entire concept into question.
Ever since its founding in 1892, Kapsch has been dedicated to its role as an innovator and technological pioneer. From the production of the first portable radios and the spreading of telephone technology in Austria up to ground-breaking toll projects around the world: when it comes to technological milestones in communication and mobility, Kapsch has always been a major step ahead.
“Wei Schifoan is des leiwandste” (“because skiing is the best”, as a very famous Austrian song goes) – This is something that those familiar with Austria and winter vacationers who know at least a few words of the Vienna dialect are long aware of. There is nothing better for winter sports fans than the feeling of bliss as they glide down the glistening white snow into the valley. However, the accompanying services could benefit from digitalization. That’s exactly why Kapsch and POOL-ALPIN, a procurement community that includes renowned Austrian and German cable car and ski lift operators, formed a partnership.
Elisabeth Wedenig has painted the pictures for the Kapsch Art Calender 2015.
Tradition and innovation, -mobility and communication, family business and technology pioneer, founded in Austria and at home in the entire world: Kapsch is a company group that joins many different aspects into one common, productive and successful whole. One company with many facets.
Digitally connecting the individual elements of our mobility system is one of the most important tasks of our time. The technology for this already exists. It’s the interfaces that are lacking.
Why do grids have to be intelligent? And what kind of benefits do Smart Grids offer for customers? Christian Schober, CEO Kapsch Smart Energy, talks about the importance of innovations in the electric power industry.
Technology is the basis for the New World of Work. It can reach its full potential when embedded in new concepts of space in combination with a team-based corporate culture.
No matter which technologies are concerned, the topic of service convergence is a common denominator in virtually all areas.