A dedicated hardware infrastructure to support 'touching in and out' can be expensive. We have taken a different approach by leveraging timestamped GPS location data from the mobile phones of passengers instead. Find out how Dynamic Time Warping algorithm can help us to identify the bus service the passenger is travelling on.
Bournemouth Transport use of network update features in Passenger app is just the ticket.
In 1987, Apple started to imagine how intelligent personal assistants could help us in our daily life. With AI-powered voice interfaces becoming mainstream, are we starting to realise that vision?
Understanding how passengers travel is a key aspect to improve our transport networks. Mobile crowdsensing is a more reliable, faster and cheaper alternative to customer surveys, but is the real opportunity to increase operator revenues through targeted advertising?
Faster boarding times, savings on cash handling, hassle-free scalability, real-time ticket usage, valuable customer feedback — mobile ticketing presents multiple advantages over traditional approaches.
Nottingham City Transport has introduced mobile ticketing technology to its smartphone app which enables customers to purchase tickets securely with Apple Pay or debit/credit card.
The YB Move app, our first Passenger deployment, has been shortlisted for "Transport Ticketing Technology of the Year" award.
Enabling mobility as a service in the transport sector
Experience the future of intelligent mobility for yourself as we show you how to ask Alexa for departure information and journey plans from the Passenger system at stand G15!
Experimentation is vital to the continued progression and evolution of the products we develop, but it doesn't have to be as scary as it sounds.
Mobile ticket boarding codes now seamlessly integrated for INIT's COPILOTpc on-board computer, for easy driver validation.
We're really pleased to share that Passenger has picked up runner up for the Best Mobile Project at the Wirehive 100 Awards.