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ePaper on-street passenger displays
Our most exciting trending technology! Mercury Innovation, the engineering company we have collaborated with, has been using ePaper display technology for road clearway signage over the past 3 years and has recently started producing a smaller display for regulatory parking signs. ePaper has only just emerged as a small trial at a handful of key bus stops in London.
Bluetooth LE iBeacon/Eddystone smartphone integration
A key component in the concept of the “Internet of Things”. Beacons are used to create online customer interactions with offline products and services by offering a customer’s a smartphone benefit (information, voucher, time saving, etc.) at specific physical locations (bus stop, retail store, coffee shop, etc.). This practice is commonly referred to as “Offline, Online, Offline” interactions. Beacons are used internationally by airlines, retail stores and even zoos.
OPEN-SOURCE RTPI SYSTEMS
Steering away from the need to purchase clunky and expensive proprietary RTPI systems that claim to be ‘off the shelf’. With open and well documented standards this software stops agencies from being locked-in to one large provider. Instead it gives them the freedom to pick and choose the best suppliers for each system function.
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Put the information where your riders want it
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that Google Maps is fast becoming the internationally recognized way to plan any mode of travel.
The simple, intuitive and standard platform allows any user to quickly plan a trip from A to B. Having accurate and up-to-date information for users is an effective way to keep confidence levels high. Google Maps can provide live trip updates, service alerts and vehicle positions.
As more agencies adopt this form of communication the level of personalization that Google will provide to its users smartphones will only