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    Transport operators must know what makes their passenger information system future-proof. They are dependent on innovations. But which ones?

    They need a service provider who can put it all in perspective and deliver the appropriate technologies.

  • Content Hub

    Transport operators must know what makes their passenger information system future-proof. They are dependent on innovations. But which ones?

    They need a service provider who can put it all in perspective and deliver the appropriate technologies.

Meet the challenges with competence

Simple Data and Information Management

The right person needs the right information at the right time on the basis of the right data. 
Optimum operations start with intelligent data processing. Precisely that is our job.

Low maintenance costs

Durable systems are an engineering feat. What rarely breaks down is easy to maintain and quick to repair - and will have a longer service life.

Cost-conscious modernization

You have to modernize. So where do you start? On board? At the stations? At the data hub? At the control center?

Bus and rail travel must be more attractive

Passengers want to be always fully informed about delays and connections – regardless of how often they change.

Shorter innovation cycles for existing systems

What should public transport invest in? What is realistic? Our suggestion: invest first of all in experience.

Simple data and information management

The right person needs the right information at the right time on the basis of the right data. Optimum operations start with intelligent data processing. Precisely that is our job.

Low maintenance costs

Durable systems are an engineering feat. What rarely breaks down is easy to maintain and quick to repair - and will have a longer service life.

Cost-conscious modernization

You have to modernize. So where do you start? On board? At the stations? At the data hub? At the control center?

Bus and rail travel must be more attractive

Passengers want to be always fully informed about delays and connections – regardless of how often they change.

Shorter innovation cycles for existing systems

What should public transport invest in? What is realistic? Our suggestion: invest first of all in experience.

Case studies

Ferry

Djurgårdens Färjetrafik, Sweden

Each year the Djurgården ferry in Stockholm carries 2.5 million passengers between Slussen and Djurgården. The schedule is subject to change, depending on the day of the week, season or time of day...
Rail

Berlin Metro

Thanks to the Berlin Transport Authority (BVG), Berlin is guaranteed never to stand still, not even in 2035, when the city is expected to have over 4 million inhabitants. The former is now starting...
Station

SWU, Ulm

Ulm, summer 2018. A new tram line is being constructed. The opening ceremony for the new Line 2 is scheduled for December – with cutting-edge displays for realtime passenger information at the stop...

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