For Rosengren, public transport is someway from his previous role as electrical architecture lead at Swedish supercar manufacturer, Koenigsegg Automotive AB. At Koenigsegg, where he was responsible for developing the hardware and software for the sports car’s control systems. Change beckoned for personal reasons; Nobina’s head offices are located closer to Rosengren’s home. With a background in vehicle engineering and his R&D experience, Rosengren is well placed to help prepare Nobina’s fleet for the future, whether that fleet is diesel, hybrid or fully electric, driven or autonomous. And Kvaser’s data logging systems will be there to help.