In a bold move set to shake up the transportation sector, Nexxiot, a pioneer in asset intelligence, has named Dr. Maximilian Eichhorn as its new CEO. With a proven track record as the former Vice President of Digital Products and Services at Knorr-Bremse, Dr. Eichhorn brings a wealth of expertise in digital innovation and value creation to his new role.

Nexxiot’s appointment of Dr. Eichhorn signals a strategic shift towards accelerating innovation and driving transformative change within the industry. With the European Union pushing for a significant increase in rail freight traffic by 2050, Nexxiot is poised to play a pivotal role in achieving this ambitious goal under Dr. Eichhorn’s leadership.

Boasting the largest fleet of IoT devices globally, Nexxiot is well-positioned to revolutionize rail and intermodal operations, making them more efficient, safe, and sustainable. Dr. Eichhorn’s vision is clear: to capitalize on Nexxiot’s existing strengths and drive the development of cutting-edge solutions that address the evolving needs of transportation clients worldwide.

With a workforce spanning the globe, Nexxiot’s growth has been fueled by its scalable IoT hardware, data analytics, and process automation. Dr. Eichhorn’s appointment marks a new chapter for the company, one focused on fostering a culture of collaboration and innovation to maximize client value.

In his inaugural statement, Dr. Eichhorn emphasized Nexxiot’s commitment to accelerating the return on investment for clients and their customers through powerful hardware, analytics, and AI. With rapid digital adoption sweeping across the transportation industry, Nexxiot is primed to capitalize on this momentum and lead the charge towards a more connected and efficient future.

As Dr. Eichhorn takes the helm at Nexxiot, all eyes are on the company as it embarks on a journey of transformation under his visionary leadership. With innovation at its core, Nexxiot is set to redefine the transportation landscape and shape the future of rail and intermodal operations for years to come.