Tobias Vonarburg is in charge of projects in Switzerland – including the “Route 12” project in Neuhausen am Rheinfall. His continuous contact with public transport operators and vehicle manufacturers enables him to execute these projects effectively, smoothly and reliably. In his function, he assumes responsibility for complete project implementation, ranging from feasibility study and application submisson to training concept.
Alexander Schulze’s sphere of responsibility covers projects in Germany and Austria. One of his current projects is the one in Monheim am Rhein.
In his function, he takes charge of complete project handling – from feasibility study and vehicle selection and procurement to operating concept – acting in continuous contact with public transport operators and vehicle manufacturers.
Alex Chatziparaskewas holds a degree in physics. He joined the Softadweis company in 1998, a predecessor of Trapeze Switzerland GmbH. During this period, he worked on three generations of operations control systems in all areas of software development. At AMoTech, he is now in charge of implementation, operation and maintenance of our software solutions. In this, his focus in on our cloud infrastructure and UI application.
Thomas Merk is a graduate information technologist who has been associated with Trapeze for over 25 years. Thanks to his long track record in software and hardware development in the fields of statistics, operations control systems and vehicle software, he is thoroughly familiar with all the aspects of public urban transport. At AMoTech, he is now in charge of implementation, operation and maintenance of our software solutions, with a focus on our server applications and external interfaces.