e-Ticketing up close

28 February 2013  •  Author(s): Horst Stammlet, Chairman, Kontiki e.V.

Given the pervasiveness of wireless networks, the explosion of mobile computing and communications devices of all forms, and the fundamental requirement for mobility, it is no wonder that multi-application, inter – operability, man-machine-interaction or intermodal public transport is now at the core of so many strategic plans. Just as life without mobility would be unpleasant at best, public transportation companies and networks that are not optimising their customer and communication systems and services will be operating at a distinct disadvantage. Access to information resources on an anytime/anywhere basis is today the key to productivity and an advantage no matter what the mission.

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