Manager and Practice Leader at MHP Management- und IT-Beratung GmbH
Data Driven Mobility – How IT Defines Tomorrow’s Mobility
New mobility concepts are mushrooming. The automotive industry is undergoing massive changes. Silicon Valley is gaining an even stronger foothold with numerous new services. However, instead of solving problems, this rather aggravates existing problems. Traffic volumes are rising, our cities collapse, roads are congested, and we need longer to get from A to B.
Tim Kalmer highlights how Automotives can use smart IT to set new standards for tomorrow’s mobility and contribute to a sustainable improvement of this situation. There will be food for thought as to which role the Automotive industry may take in this context, which challenges stand to be expected, and what could be the strategic fields for action.
Tim Kalmer is a Manager and Practice Leader at MHP Management- und IT-Beratung GmbH. In 2011, he graduated from Jade Hochschule with a Master’s degree in Engineering, Management, E-Business, and Robotics.
Prior to his employment with MHP, the degreed engineer and business IT specialist was in charge of the product management and the business development of a T-Lab Venture of Deutsche Telekom AG. During his employment with Detecon GmbH from 2011 to 2013, Kalmer developed business models for ICT and IoT projects.
In 2015, Tim Kalmer joined MHP. He challenges the status quo and develops solutions based on the latest technologies. At MHP, his activities focus on lending support to automotive customers on their route to the digital age.
Management and IT expertise for Mobility and Manufacturing. That is what MHP stands for. The Porsche subsidiary digitizes its customers’ business processes along the entire supply chain. More than 2,000 employees provide service to customers ‒ from mid-sized companies to OEMs ‒ out of 13 locations. The MHP philosophy is: Excellence.