According to the survey data, public transport passengers have a very high degree of satisfaction with telematics services, both at stops and during their transition, which is boosted by the attempt to widen the use of mass media transport.
More than 200 industry partners from over 35 countries present cutting-edge products and IT developments that enhance public transportation
An amount of more than 500,000 euros is intended to be invest in new people and “fresh” ideas by Link Technologies SA. based in Thessaloniki. The notice is due to be published within the month.
The biggest event in public transport, the biennial UITP World Congress and Exhibition offers participants a unique opportunity to discover the very latest public transport market developments and learn from industry leaders.
UITP 2015 Milan was a resounding success for Link Technologies. The primary goals were to establish contacts with interested international customers, to form partnerships with integrators from various countries around the world, and to promote the company’s presence in the industry.
Link Technologies SA in collaboration with six other European partners are taking part in VENIS (Virtual Enterprises by Networked Interoperability Services), a research project co-funded by the European Union which aims to reduce the technological interoperability gap there is often between micro, small, medium and large enterprises.
What the judges said: OASTH has successfully developed a passenger information service for the elderly and visually impaired.