Hermann Hänle

Hermann Hänle

Hermann Hänle (43) ist Senior Manager im Sales Marketing Automotive der T-Systems International und Experte für das Themenfeld Digitalisierung und Automotive. Er hat an der Universität Stuttgart technische Betriebswirtschaft mit Vertiefung Fahrzeugtechnik studiert und während seines Studiums zudem einen European Master of Business Science erworben. Bereits als Student arbeitete er in verschiedenen Positionen bei Daimler, Porsche, Festo u.a. auch in Mexiko und Frankreich. Bei der Deutschen Telekom startete er im internationalen Audit-Team. Seine Stationen führten ihn über das Service Delivery Management für die Mercedes-Benz Bank ins Marketing zu Market Intelligence. Mittlerweile verantwortet er das Sales Marketing für Automotive-Themen und hat dabei immer den Blick auf aktuelle Trends und Tendenzen.

1. March 2019 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Up, up in the air

Gridlocks are very much a part of the real world – many of us could write a book about it. In one of my previous posts, I had presented big data analytics and more networking as a solution. There are of course other ways. For instance, opening up the third dimension to inner-city traffic. Traffic in the third dimension Maybe Wuppertal was the first city to cross your mind. Monorail. Elephant. This is certainly true. But in the 21st century,…
1. February 2019 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

The utopia of seamlessly flowing traffic

London, it is said, still has a long way to go before reaching its smart mobility goals. I myself was able to get a first-hand impression of this last year, when I was straying about Victoria Station at 11 in the night among the throngs, looking for a means of transport that would take me to my hotel and the others to their homes. The reason: a signal problem at the other end of London. London – an isolated case…
11. January 2019 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Hands-on Automobile Science Fiction

“The air is being inexorably spoiled by the large number of benzine engines in use.” Ludwig Lohner champions electric cars. His statement sounds current, but he voiced it before the turn of the century – the nineteenth to the twentieth century. Technology lets people dream – it always has Earlier, the world fairs provided a stage for technological exhibitions. For instance, the one held in 1900 in Paris (“...and now the 500-euro question: Which structure was built for the 1900…
7. January 2019 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Gas station with a flux capacitor

“A friend, a good friend” - sang Willy Fritsch, Oskar Karlweis and Heinz Rühmann in 1930. They had sold their car and bought a gas station instead. Could that be a sign for future mobility too? From today’s perspective, the cars that drove to the gas station back then seem antiquated. But one thing that hasn't changed with the times is their thirst for fresh gasoline/diesel. The gas station attendant who greets the incoming car with a smile, cleans the…
18. December 2018 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Talk to me – the Amazon car

“Alexa, take me home” – or something similar could become the new standard for the autonomous future of cars. Voice interfaces are not the next, but currently the “big thing”. No wonder - communication couldn’t be easier or more natural. The once belittled Siri, Alexa and Co. now accompany us in all areas of our lives. They are becoming new platform services (standards) with all-round use - whether that be operating apps on the move on smartphones, in stationary homes…
5. December 2018 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Smart dust for smart traffic

“Smart” is one of those buzzwords used to describe the benefits expected from digitalization. The automotive industry stands to profit immensely from being “smart” – in fact, this segment could even be called the autonomous mobility industry. Smart Cars (and what about a brand like Smart Smarts?), Smart Factories, Smart Cities, Smart Parking – smartness can be seen making its mark everywhere in the world of automobiles. Cars with distributed intelligence In recent years cars have been increasingly equipped with…
15. November 2018 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

The car from the replicator

“A burger with fries and salad, please” – as any keen Star Trek fan knows, technology for replicating matter is already quite advanced in the 24th century. The replicator on the Enterprise not only provided freshly prepared food, but also entire machines and body parts – and even had a voice interface for ordering. 3D printing as an innovation driver The car industry hasn’t quite got to that point yet – but not a week goes by without news being…
17. October 2018 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Mobile poachers in an ecological niche

This scenario might sound familiar: you sit down to have a cozy chat with an acquaintance; they tell you about their business world, you tell them about yours. Or maybe you have experience in an unusual field and simply transfer it to another: and behold, a new business idea is born! The Reclam brothers, for example, transferred the concept of chocolate vending machines to their books and set up the first book vending machines for book lovers in Erfurt in…
10. August 2018 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

The blockchain revolution

I don’t know why, but whenever someone says the word “blockchain” in my earshot – and that happens quite a lot at the moment – it always reminds me of the classic movie “The Defiant Ones.” Either that, or Tetris. The blockchain – the hot potato in IT Many chefs are now trying to cook up new recipes for business models with it, which – of course – has disruption in its DNA. In fact, a blockchain is nothing more…
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