LTS AG specialises in the development of complex technological solutions in the fields of transport and energy management and brings together the fields of electronics, hardware and software development, physics and mathematics in a marketable way. We develop to the highest industrial standards, ensure readiness for series production right up to pilot series and supervise key projects in processing and after sales support. Therefore, the entire software architecture is carried out in-house. With this approach, the bundled competences, the proven industrial proximity and decades of market experience, we are unique in Switzerland and in the German-speaking neighbouring countries.
Our outstanding team combines unique expert knowledge in machine-to-machine communication at the interface and data transmission to a central control centre. This piece of the puzzle in the linking of objects to control sensors and systems in a network, the “Interface-of-Things” transmits and analyses accruing data volumes highly automated and with the highest precision. This bundled know-how across the entire chain of digital and analogue engineering enables us to provide our customers with additional valuable interdisciplinary knowledge and to generate maximum added value for all partners involved.
Whether it is a system concept for the integration of machines and sensors via algorithms into a network or selective support in the selection of suitable hardware, state-of-the-art technologies or the selection and integration of new storage technologies – as an independent company we are a forward-looking development partner for our customers for complete solutions in the software and hardware sector.
On the basis of the highest technological competence and a deep understanding of the requirements of urban society, LTS AG is solving an acute market problem with its modular complete solutions - the wireless ground detection sensor for roads and car parks (TAPS) - and is consistently leading the transport sector into the digital future.
Chairman of the Board of Directors/ CEO
Thomas Langer studied at the University of Zurich and received his doctorate. He has extensive experience in business development and strategy. He started his career in the banking business in 2006 and changed from a family office structure to the developing industry (hardware and software) in 2013. He is co-founder of LTS AG, where he is CEO and VRP. He was already a successful co-founder of start-ups that have since been sold.
Board member / Software development
Emanuell Tomes is a graduate in business information technology and has a comprehensive education in the field of software development. His professional career began with software developments for the city of Zurich and other public offices. Later, he independently developed geographic information systems for major clients. He has been on board since the birth of LTS AG and was appointed to the Board of Directors in 2019.
Georg Brügger, with his invaluable expertise from teaching and development projects, is the development manager. His teaching activities include electronics, digital signal processing or computer technology and mathematics. In addition, he has developed complete projects, i.e. hardware and firmware/software in avionics (tanks and helicopters, control systems) on a national and international basis. He has also worked internationally for automotive applications and has been entrusted with consulting mandates from foreign technology companies, in some cases for decades.
Hard- und software development
Daniel Britt holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering and has extensive experience in the field of hardware and software development. For example, he has developed parking guidance systems and their connections as well as various signal transmitters. At LTS AG he is one of the main architects in the hardware area of TAPS sensors.
Ueli Dietiker, a qualified auditor, worked for Cablecom Holding AG from 1995 to 2001, most recently as CEO. In 2001 he moved to the Swiss telecommunications company Swisscom AG, where he held several responsible positions. From 2002 to 2006 he was CFO and Deputy CEO of the Swisscom Group. In 2006 and the first half of 2007, he was CEO of Swisscom Fixnet AG and subsequently CFO and Deputy CEO of the Swisscom Group until the end of 2012.
Peter J. Schmid‘s main practice areas are capital markets & finance, corporate law, M&A, pharmaceutical law, health care law and sports law. Peter J. Schmid has advised in several mandates on major restructurings of listed and private companies. It is a recognised representative within the meaning of Art. 43 of the Listing Rules and is therefore authorised to submit applications to SIX Exchange Regulation on behalf of the listed companies.
Oliver Weidmann is a businessman with a strong technical background and qualifications in finance and technology. He studied electrical engineering at the ETH Zurich as well as banking/finance at the University of Zurich. With his knowledge he has already supported several start-ups as investor and business angel. His future-oriented approach is demonstrated not least by his more than ten years of experience in the field of block chains, but also by his many years of support for electromobility.