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Introduce a Mobile retail and service channel for your smartcard customers

When Snapper launched in 2008, we operated a fare collection and micropayments system. Starting out  as a quick and easy way to pay for bus trips and small purchases from convenience stores and coffee shops, Snapper rapidly expanded to include payment of fares in taxis and on  the Wellington Cable Car, as well as  payment for metered on-street parking.

Along the way, we also built a customer service interface for our call centre, brought a mobile reload app to market, and launched Australasia’s first mobile on-the-go payments solution.


      

How thermal imaging is improving safety and efficiency in public transportation

How thermal imaging is improving safety and efficiency in public transportation

Every day, public transportation passengers rely on trains, metros or trams to bring them safely and timely at their point of destination. However, the risky or careless behavior of people can sometimes lead to accidents that will cause a lot of delay as well as severe damage to rolling goods and rail infrastructure. Thermal imaging cameras can detect this risky behavior in time and help public transportation operators to take the appropriate measures.


      

Integrated Command and Control System (ICCS) for intelligent and efficient security management in public transport

We invite you to attend our upcoming webinar „Integrated Command and Control System (ICCS) for intelligent and efficient security management in public transport“ on 25 April 2016 at 2 pm.

In the exclusive 45-minute UITP webinar you can learn more about integration of different subsystems within the Command and Control Center environment utilising the open and flexible ICCS platform - Synergy 3 and witness a live demonstration.

We want to discuss, among other things:

Metro automation requires enhanced platform/track protection

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The trend for metro automation is growing fast: in the next ten years, the growth rate for kilometres of fully automated metro lines is expected to triple that of the current decade, reaching over 1,800 km worldwide by 2025.

The full automation of metro lines leads to a new challenge: without drivers, how to guarantee the same level of security on platforms and tracks?


      

Training on Security Management & Systems in Public Transport

Security threats in public transport range from pick-pocketing to assault to terrorism. Protecting passengers, staff and transport assets is more and more challenging.

This training programme instructs participants on how to organize security in their networks, from risk analysis to implementing measures, investing in technology and responding to incidents.

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