Norman Frisch | Business Development Transport Solutions
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd

Norman Frisch, Business Development Transport Solutions, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd

Mr. Norman Frisch is Marketing Director, Huawei Enterprise Business Group Transport Sector where he is responsible for the development of Huawei’s strategies for ICT innovation in the transport industry as well as for the business development of Huawei’s transportation portfolio covering Rail, Aviation, Road and Seaports. He is representing the company’s interests towards The Critical Communications Association, TCCA and leads multiple regional teams in a strategic and commercial approach in the development of the local critical communications market. As Chairman of the eLTE Industry Alliance, an Industry Association of over
100 companies he supports activities to facilitate application of LTE technology within the Mission Critical market. Mr. Frisch joined Huawei in 2009 with an industry know-how of over 27 years in management of wireless telecommunication solutions. Prior to joining Huawei, Norman held various positions in the telecommunication industry for mobile carriers, manufacturers, the German Ministry of Telecommunications, and German Railways. He was Speaker of the GSM-R Industry Group for a number of years and is Fellow Member of the Institute of Railway Signal Engineers, IRSE.

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Rail Live 2020 - 1st April @ 15:15

Cloud, AI and Digitalisation aspects for Smart Railways

  • Modern railways across the globe work in a competitive multi-modal environment where customers demand safe, reliable and convenient transport.
  • Digital transformation of mission critical train-to-ground communication, cloud computing and big data form an agile rail solution applying WiFi6 and latest evolutions of 4G LTE and 5G technologies
  • Technologies such as IoT, big data + AI, video cloud, Geographic Information System (GIS), and Integrated Communication Platforms help railways managing Increasing Scale and Passenger Volumes
last published: 05/Mar/20 15:15 GMT

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