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.

11. July 2019 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Connected cars – a little bit extra

It must be 15 years ago now that I sat at New York JFK Airport staring into space, pretty lost. Despite having a ticket, I didn’t have a space on the plane home. And then the magic moment: My ticket was torn up by the well-intentioned flight attendant and I got a business class upgrade. My first – and my last so far ... The world of upgrades That was the first time that I actively came into contact with…
7. June 2019 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

On-site taming of the data monster

The problem has long been known to science: researchers are producing more data than can be processed. Famous examples of this are the various nuclear research centers, where computer resources operate round the clock to find the needle in the nuclear physics haystack. The evaluation projects have to go into the virtual queue and wait until they are called up. Almost like in a public authority office. Big data in vehicle development In 2018 the global digital data volume was…
8. May 2019 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Agility as an automobile maxim

Emil Jellinek is seen as the prototype of the awkward customer for whom a car can never be good enough: it has to be faster and have more horsepower. Today's automobile users demand much the same – but they are inspired by the era of the fast app. Without agile methods, the car-makers of today cannot be successful. In April 1900, Jellinek and the Daimler Motor Company (DMG) took the decision to develop a new engine. A good eight months…
2. April 2019 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Hide and seek on the factory site

  "You know Marcus Brody," Indiana Jones tells his father, "he even got lost in his own museum..." The next scene shows a museum director wandering helplessly through Iskenderun, in the middle of an oriental crowd*. The factory site as a maze I don't visit factory sites all that often, but when that does happen, I soon feel overwhelmed by the world existing there. A factory is a universe in its own right – the bigger it is, the more…
28. March 2019 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Mobile shopping

From the loudspeakers, Benjamin the Elephant is trumpeting for Junior, his sisters in the rear are protesting vehemently against the unbearable use of the CD player. Mum is trying to calm things down (“Simon too is entitled to 15 minutes of fun. After that we can listen to Abba again …”), Dad – and driver – is at his wits’ end and reaches out for the last straw: “There comes a McDonald’s straight ahead …” Car trip combined with shopping…
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…
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