Dynniq has appointed Mikkel Rosing-Schow to be the new Country manager for Denmark

With the start of Mikkel Rosing-Schow, Dynniq is ready to make further steps in the Danish market. Together with a heavy customer focus and profound experience in project management and service work, Mikkel Rosing-Schow brings a wealth of international experience. “I am excited to contribute to the existing footprint and further growth and development of Dynniq in the Danish market. Energising mobility means connecting and integrating innovative traffic systems. I fully endorse Dynniq’s mission to improve mobility and energy flows, in favour of road safety, sustainability and efficiency. As a company, we understand the dynamics of current mobility and energy flows and therefore we are able to improve existing issues, such as congestion and CO2 emissions.”

Cees de Wijs, CEO at Dynniq: “Dynniq is committed to improve management of energy and traffic flows through advanced technology in order to create more liveable and safe cities. With Mikkel his strong customer focus, we are fit to advise and assist our clients in their mission. Take the City of Copenhagen, Mikkel and his team will support their ambitious mission of becoming the world’s first carbon-neutral capital by 2025.”

Vision on C-ITS

The current developments in smart mobility and energy will be accelerated in the short term. Mikkel Rosing-Schow: “Dynniq is closely involved in innovative pilots around autonomous driving, connected and cooperative vehicles and energy transition; pilots who prove the social relevance of technology and innovation. I am really looking forward to discuss improvements and opportunities with our clients and other stakeholders in Denmark. More and more products are being accessed and integrated via the Internet. This trend continues to accelerate within intelligent transportation systems such as: road-side systems, vehicles and traffic management systems. This means that these systems will become smarter: they get information about the world around them and can make better decisions based on it.”