Each day more than 1 million people migrate to live in cities. As the number of “megacities” with populations of 10 million or more increase, how can urban planners meet high-growth demand for convenient public transit while also creating safer, greener, more efficient options?
Transit authorities and light railway operators are using the Internet of Things (IoT) to deploy applications that connect vehicles with transit operations, improve the onboard commuting experience, and evolve to an multi-modal transport model.
Generate additional revenues through digital advertising in stations, coaches and vehicles Fortunately, public cellular networks are ideal in such scenarios. When transit authorities connect applications to cellular networks, they can support multiple commercial and professional services as well as provide customers with WiFi bandwidth speeds comparable to what they have at home.
Whether you’re in the initial stages of bringing your transit assets into the IoT or integrating public and private transport options build an multi-modal network, talk to traQmatiX. We have market-leading products that meet the transit industry’s demanding requirements and proven expertise in helping transit organizations around the world build innovative services that utilize the IoT.
traQmatiX has more than 7 years of experience helping transit organizations capitalize on the IoT. From embedded modules and rugged gateways that support mission-critical operations, to cloud platforms, expert services and more, we provide a complete device-to-cloud solution. We can help your transit organizations build a new generation of IoT-powered transit solutions and bring them to market faster.
traQmatiX has been helping customers build efficient, highly reliable intelligent M2M transit solutions for many years. Our embedded modules and gateways are designed for long product lives, even in harsh environments. And our longstanding relationships with leading wireless carriers help accelerate network certification and integration in cellular networks worldwide.