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Rambus and Worldline Widen Collaboration in UK Rail

Partner to deliver ITSO smart tickets on-train and at stations SUNNYVALE, CA and London, UK – January 29, 2019 – Rambus Inc. (NASDAQ: RMBS), a global leader in smart ticketing, and Worldline, a European market leader in payments and transactional services, today announced the expansion of their collaboration to deliver innovation into UK rail. With the integration […]

Our top 5 smart ticketing predictions for 2019

In 2018, public transport, in particular our railways, was at the heart of heated discussion by all industry stakeholders in the UK. In September, an independent government rail review was launched with its recommendations expected to be implemented by 2020. Paul Plummer, chief executive of the Rail Delivery Group, announced six outcomes from the review […]

Travel Ticketing Less Troublesome As Rambus Ticketing and TravelMaster Team Up

Travelers throughout South Yorkshire England will now have an easier go of it when riding on buses, trams, and trains. That’s because they’ll be using the Rambus Ticketing suite, instead of fretting and fumbling around for currency out of their wallets, pocketbooks, or purses to pay their fares on a bus or tram or at […]

South Yorkshire TravelMaster Selects Rambus To Deliver Innovative E-Commerce Ticketing System

New retail portal, on-vehicle and NFC-based digital ticket delivery part of improved service offering GLASGOW, Scotland and SHEFFIELD, England – December 20, 2018 – Rambus Inc. (NASDAQ: RMBS) today announced that TravelMaster, the commercial organisation responsible for delivering and managing multi-operator and integrated ticketing in South Yorkshire, has selected the Rambus Ticketing suite to deliver […]

How to Choose an ITSO-based Mobile Ticketing Solution for a Lower Total Cost of Ownership

Smart cards will continue to be used in public transport for many years to come but it’s clear there is a growing expectation by customers to have a secure mobile based alternative. To facilitate mass adoption, a mobile solution must be secure enough to protect both operator revenues and customer data, it must be reliable and work well across the systems and infrastructure already in place.

Smart Ticketing in Hyderabad

Home to the second largest population in the world and the fastest growing population in the world, India has taken steps to modernize its public transportation scheme throughout its cities, such as Hyderabad and New Delhi. With a common card that can be used across various transport modes, from rapid transit to bus to autorickshaws, the customer has the added convenience of being able to travel the way they want without friction, and the merchant has the benefit of added revenue.

AliPay’s Foray into Japan

The Land of the Rising Sun has not taken to mobile payments as readily as other countries, but Ant Financial, a company based in a country that has, hopes to bring its mobile payments know how to bolster Japan’s industries and tourist revenue, especially now with the 2020 Olympics not too far away.

The Robin Hood Partnership – Making Travel by Smartcard Simple and Hassle Free

In 2015 Nottingham City Council launched an innovative new travel smartcard which allowed members of the public across Nottingham to pay for services on the city’s buses and trams. The newly launched Robin Hood smartcard was intended to be as easy to use as London’s Oyster card.

Collaboration can Enable a Frictionless Travel Experience for Rail Passengers

The UK Government and the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) have recently published their ‘Joint Rail Data Action Plan’ which outlines how rail operators and tech firms can better collaborate on data sharing to drive innovation for the benefit of rail passengers. Around 1.7bn passengers travelled on the UK’s railways in 2017, and demand is projected […]

A closer look at ScotRail’s Mobile Ticketing Launch

ScotRail, the national rail operator for Scotland, has recently launched an innovative form of mobile ticketing across its network. The new solution has been delivered by Rambus and is built into ScotRail’s existing consumer app, which now enables customers to skip the queue at ticket vending machines by purchasing and downloading tickets directly to their […]

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