With its compact dimensions, a shapely and rugged housing, and fast processing the FareGo Val SV|50is suitable for permanent indoor and outdoor operation at bus stops and railway stations.
Photo credit: Scheidt & Bachmann
At UITP Mobility & City Transport Exhibition 2013 from 26th to 30th May 2013 in Geneva, Switzerland, Scheidt & Bachmann is featured on stand 2D440 with an exhibition about ticketing solutions for tomorrow.
The German company is responding to the continuous changes in passengers’ mobility behavior with new strategies and innovative concepts. Benefits for the passenger and cost advantages for the operator are in focus as they are both essential for the success of public transport.
In line with this year’s slogan of the UITP event “i-move 2.0 — The business model for tomorrow?” Scheidt & Bachmann shows that ticketing is much more than ticket sale and inspection. Sophisticated business models allow operators of public transport to offer their passengers more freedom, flexibility and comfort and to increase their revenue at the same time.
Among its concepts Scheidt & Bachmann focuses on topics such as “non-transit revenue” — the application of existing ticketing infrastructure for selling further products and services — and approaches for open payment and other interoperable concepts.
Integrated in a compact check-in/check-out system the company showcases its new smart card validator FareGo Val SV|50 for the first time. With its compact dimensions, a shapely and rugged housing, and fast processing the validator is suitable for permanent indoor and outdoor operation at bus stops and railway stations.