About Theo Quick
With over 20 years working with clients in the road, rail, aviation, logistics, automotive and hospitality markets, Theo Quick is VP and Global Market Leader for Transportation and Hospitality where he is responsible for defining the strategy and driving Digital Transformation for the customers of Atos. Theo has always been at the forefront of technology, transforming the market. For example, in 2013, Theo launched the Intelligent Mobility Technology Roadmap for the UK’s Automotive Council, a joint Government and industry body. This roadmap paved the way for the UK Government’s investment into Autonomous Vehicles and Theo remains on a number of Advisory boards for some of the UK’s Autonomous Vehicle projects to this day. Theo believes that the transportation market is now experiencing the most change since the invention of the petroleum engine. Advances in communications, data availability and ICT capabilities are all enabling new business processes and models.
Articles posted by Theo Quick
Autonomous vehicles: myth or reality?
The vision of our towns and cities full of driverless cars has captured the public imagination. Autonomous vehicles have been hailed as the answer to our traffic problems, with accidents and congestion eliminated on calmer and quieter roads and people freed up to watch TV, work or even sleep on the move. But is this vision of the future realistic and when…
Digital dilemmas in mobility
As the promises of digital gain ever more momentum, so too do the imperatives for mobility providers and partners to respond. Yet the waves of change and the sometimes-divergent choices they present can introduce dilemmas for those responsible for leading and shaping digital transformation
The virtuous circle of cybersecurity in transport
Gone are the days when getting from A to B involved standing out in the rain, waiting for a bus and counting out change. Today, the multitude of readily-available ‘open data’ means that travellers can rely on mobile apps, to not only find the most suitable form of transport for their journey and how much it will cost, but…