Passenger information, given to passengers on dedicated passenger information displays or directly to their smartphones via apps etc. allows passengers to plan their journeys, find out timetables and get information about delays, cancellations or other disruptions.
Operators can additionally use these displays or services to generate additional revenue by selling advertising space.
The suppliers in this section provide passenger information solutions, such as the displays, or the necessary software components.
Founded in 1992, NEXCOM is committed to being your trustworthy partner in building intelligent solutions for bus applications.
Luminator delivers globally-recognized technology solutions that increase intelligence, safety, and efficiency for public transit operations.
Navaho develops unrivalled, innovative solutions for digital information display, data centre security and managed IT services.
Swiftly is a transport data platform that grounds every decision at your agency in the most accurate data in the industry.
Bus ticketing technology, passenger payment technology, MaaS, contactless payments for buses, cloud back office systems for buses.
Connected Mass Transit provides an end-to-end, highly secure network, from vehicles to transit stops to maintenance yards.
We are experts in delivering integrated technology systems to improve your passenger experience, streamline your operations and boost your performance.
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Transport for London (TfL) is installing more than 300 new real-time bus countdown signs to make bus travel easier across the UK capital.
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