Digital transformation is the key to sustainable success
For public and private transport systems, from the point of departure to the destination – digital transformation in the transport industry is now a clear business imperative.
Whether you are looking at the challenges of integrated transport systems in our increasingly congested cities or the journey experience for the international traveller, the way in which you turn data to actionable benefit is critical. This is how you get the most out of technology in transport.
Innovation in transport is essential, and as an experienced innovator in transport, Atos is ready to help you reap the benefit of the new digital transport landscape. We will help you engage with travellers from the moment they begin to think about their journey; we will help you gain unprecedented operational insight; and we will ensure an unrelenting focus on digital security in transport.
Passenger transport demand will triple by 2050
Digital Vision for Mobility: on the trail of the evolution of transport services
From Mobility as a Service to autonomous vehicles and smart motorways, our Digital Vision for Mobility animation takes you on a tour of the opportunities and challenges facing users and operators in this rapidly evolving space.Read more
Smart Connected Vessels
Better understand the technical status of each vessel, predict maintenance operations, benchmark fuel consumption and optimize turnaround time thanks to an innovative open ecosystem established by a leading maritime vessel operator, Atos and Siemens.Read more
Atos OneCloud for Transport
Building your cloud forward future in Transport
Faced with agile competitors leveraging digital platforms to disrupt the market, incumbent transport players are finding themselves under increasing competitive pressure. Modernizing their legacy systems and leveraging innovation to meet passenger and freight owners expectations better can help them catch up with the competition.
Atos OneCloud is part of the next-generation architecture for future-fit transport players who want to break out of a legacy mindset and stay relevant with digital natives.
With OneCloud, we enable transport organizations to move even the most entrenched technology applications to the cloud.Learn more about Atos OneCloud
In the past 2 years, organizations have increasingly moved toward using multiple public and private cloud providers in a hybrid model. The study looked at those using hybrid today (71% of respondents) and those planning on adopting hybrid within the next two years (29% of respondents).
This study yielded several important recommendations for enterprises – download it now to find out more.
What our customers say about us
Atos helps to reinvigorate the local economy in Belgium with NMBS/SNCB during the Covid-19 pandemic
The Spanish Ministry of Health and Aena
Atos developed an end-to-end hybrid cloud solution, using artificial intelligence, to control health and travel information for all air passengers coming to Spain (approx. 200 million passengers…
Red Hat OpenShift
After the 2-week hackathon window we had over 100 submissions to evaluate and shortlist for the final pitching round where teams had to pitch their solution on a joint conference call with Red…
Key business solutions for our transport clients.
Key services for our transport clients.
Look Out for Transport
Which business opportunities and key technologies will shape the future of Transport?
The future direction of travel. Digital disruption set to transform personal mobility
Atos has signed a four-year contract worth £12 million with Network Rail to design, deliver and manage a new digital private cloud platform that will underpin the operations of Britain’s rail infrastructure provider.
Autonomous vehicles have been hailed as the answer to our traffic problems, and people freed up to use their time on the move otherwise. But is this vision of the future realistic and when is it likely to happen?
A convergence of hyper-connectivity and data that will transform how rail infrastructures are operated and maintained.
The UK Highways Agency needed to radically boost productivity for its mobile workforce
With up to 95% of passenger airline business suspended and major impacts on every other part of the transport and hospitality sectors, the effects of covid-19 are undoubtedly severe. Yet, as the process of recovery begins, this is perhaps the time for operators to take a fundamental look at their business.
Head of Retail, Transport & Logistics
Deputy Head of Retail, Transport & Logistics
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