Karsten Oberle | Head Of Rail
Nokia

Karsten Oberle, Head Of Rail, Nokia

Karsten Oberle received the Dipl.-Ing. (FH) degree in communications engineering from the University of Applied Sciences "Fachhochschule für Technik" Mannheim, Germany, in 1998. In the same year, he joined the Alcatel Research Center in Stuttgart and worked for Bell Labs Research in various positions until 2015.
Karsten acts globally as Head of Rail within Transportation Sales in the Nokia Enterprise TEPS (Transportation, Energy and Public Sector) Division.
As Head of Rail, he is responsible for expanding Nokia’s business in the Railway Sector with current focus on the Future of Rail Communication (e.g. FRMCS, 5G), on cybersecurity for railways and IoT & Analytics (Internet of Things) for Railways. This includes building and managing new sales programs, steering of global business development activities and guiding regional sales and marketing teams on customer engagements.

Appearances:



Rail Live 2020 - 31st March @ 12:15

Developing proactive cyber-security for mission critical networks

  • Automating security processes
  • End-to-end protection
  • Active security management

Rail Live 2020 - 1st April @ 12:45

Safe, secure and efficient railway operations with IoT and analytics

  • How IOT paired with analytics, prediction and machine learning technologies can provide a more efficient and cost effective operation across trackside, rolling stock and stations
  • The importance of cyber security in rail as investment in digital technologies and IOT capabilities increase
  • Using computer vision technologies and machine-learning techniques through event prediction, scene analytics and asset lifecycle optimisation to optimise operations

Rail Live 2020 - 1st April @ 13:00

PANEL: Making rail the competitive choice with digital transformation

  • What is the goal of a digital transformation in rail – and is automation the holy grail?
  • Which technologies can unlock opportunities for true digital transformation? Discussing everything from blockchain, IOT, augmented reality and RFID
  • How can operators, infrastructure networks and industry partners enable international collaboration, standardisation and coordinated innovation?
last published: 05/Mar/20 15:15 GMT

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