Kineo Mobility Analytics is a business unit of Nommon Solutions and Technologies that mines and analyses anonymised geolocation data from mobile devices to provide private companies and public sector organisations with meaningful and actionable information about people's activity and mobility patterns.
We bring together a solid background in statistical analysis and mathematical modelling, a broad experience in the management and analysis of large datasets and a deep understanding of the sectors we work in, with the ultimate goal of providing our customers with specialised solutions adapted to their needs.
Ricardo Herranz graduated as an Electronics and Control Engineer from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) and as a Telecommunications Engineer from the École Supérieure d'Electricité (Supélec), and holds a Master in Quantitative Finance and Business Administration from the UPM. He has 15 years of experience working for different organisations, coordinating and participating in numerous research and consultancy projects related to data analysis, systems modelling and simulation, and decision support tools. He is co-founder and CEO of Nommon, where he leads the definition of product development and market strategies and strategic partnerships.
Luis (Pilo) Willumsen
Luis (Pilo) Willumsen has over 35 years of experience as a consultant, transport planner and researcher with a distinguished academic career. He is an internationally recognised authority in transport and traffic modelling. Based in Britain since 1975, he has been a researcher and lecturer at Leeds University and at University College London. From 1989 to 2009, he was a Director of Steer Davies Gleave. He left the company to set up his independent practice in 2009. He has written over 50 technical papers, books and book chapters. He is co-author with Prof. Ortúzar of 'Modelling Transport', now in its fourth edition, and more recently has published 'Better Traffic and Revenue Forecasting', dealing with the issues of risk and uncertainty in demand projections for transport concessions. His experience covers transport modelling assignments and leadership of numerous traffic and revenue forecasting studies for toll roads, managed lanes, rail, metro, etc., undertaken either for the private sector, financial institutions or government sponsors. He has also experience in transport planning for large cities and regions. Within Nommon, he is in charge of identifying and developing business opportunities as well as providing scientific advice for the development of Kineo's solutions.
Miguel Picornell graduated as a Civil Engineer from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). He holds a Master’s Degree in Planning and Management in Civil Engineering and a PhD in Transport Planning from the UPV. He started his professional career as a project manager in the construction industry, and has also worked as an Assistant Professor and Associate Researcher at the School of Civil Engineering of the UPV. In October 2012 he joined Nommon, where he has led different research and consultancy projects related to spatio-temporal data analysis and transport modelling and simulation. He has a broad experience in mobile positioning technologies, spatio-temporal data analysis, statistics and socio-economic aspects of human location and mobility patterns. He leads the technical team in charge of developing the algorithms and software tools behind Kineo's analytics solutions, and is also in charge of managing projects and customer relationships.
Manuel Álvarez graduated as an Industrial Engineer from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) and holds a Master in Industrial Organisation and Management Engineering from the UPM. He started his professional career as a management consultant at ENRED Consultores in 2001. In June 2008 he joined the Cabinet of the Spanish Minister of Public Administration, where he was in charge of the development of e-government policies and projects. From April 2009 to December 2011 he worked as Advisor for the Spanish Minister of Economy and Finance, and he also served at the Board of the Spanish National Innovation Agency (ENISA). From January 2012 to March 2014 he worked at ENDESA, managing HR systems. He is co-founder and Deputy CEO of Nommon, where he is in charge of Administration, Finance and Control and contributes to the definition of the corporate development strategy.