Smart Ticketing is a Smartcities multichannel ticketing solution, to implement mobility services, integrating different operators and transportation modes.
Smart ticketing is a software product targeted to the implementation of integrated mobility networks. This solution supports the collaboration of different transportation operators and contract usage models, enabling integration between traditional and complimentary mobility services.
Designed from ground up as an online system, it is ready to support the consolidation on a common infrastructure – the card based and server based usage model – allowing both usage models to coexist and process the same commercial products.
The commercial product catalog is the infrastructure supporting the transportation service providers integration, providing the mobility coordinator with the flexibility to configure transportation products and mobility packages. The commercial product acts as a broker between the users and service providers, giving to the mobility coordinator the independence to manage the mobility commercial policy.
The Smart Ticketing platform provides a multichannel solution implementing the user interface which supports the required business operations, including registration, selling, usage and inspection.
Belgium: BMC (Belgian MoBIB Card), STIB (Société Des Transports Intercommunaux de Bruxells);
Brazil: ATP (Associação dos Transportes de Passageiros de Porto Alegre;
Israel: Israel Railways, Minister of Transportation, Jerusalem Transportation Master Plan (Citypass);
Portugal: CGD (Caixa Geral de Depósitos), Carris (Companhia Carris de Ferro de Lisboa), CP (Caminhos de Ferro Portugueses), EMEL, Grupo Barraqueiro, EMEL, Metropolitano de Lisboa, Payshop, OTLIS, TCB (Transportes Coletivos do Barreiro) and Turismo de Lisboa.
Switzerland: CARPOSTAL, CFF – Chemins de fer fédéraux suisses, TPG (Transports Publics Genevois), TL (Transports publics de la Région Lausannoise).
Spain: MetroTenerife (Transvia Metro).