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Europe promotes multimodal transport

14 September, 2018

Multimodal Transportation European Mobility Week

  European Mobility Week 2018 will take place on 16-22th September. Organized by the European Commission, the campaign promotes more sustainable, safe and healthy mobility habits such as walking, biking, public transportation and electric vehicles, to improve the quality of air and reduce pollution. This year, the theme is multimodal transport, in which we’ll deepen […]

Objective: transforming public transport in Chile

13 May, 2016

Improving mobility and public transport thanks to people counters and WiFi tracking

According to numerous statistics, private car ownership will continue to grow exponencially, next to the increase of purchasing power, in Chile. It is remarkable the contrast of the present situation in countries such as Sweden or Germany, where car ownership has decreased in the last years and people opt for public transportation and biking (“End of […]

The automatic passenger counter lives in Smart Cities

1 February, 2016

Bus with an automatic passenger counter, in a smart city.

There is no denying the fact that transportation systems are becoming more modern, hand-in-hand with the digital revolution, primarily in Europe and North America. Smart Cities are becoming popular and digital solutions, like the automatic passenger counter, are starting to be essential to provide the best services.   Nowadays, commuters have high expectations of urban transport, […]

Why do we go towards a smarter public transportation?

16 July, 2015

Automatic People Counters for public transportation

In previous posts we have discussed the importance of having a smarter public transportation system that uses resources efficiently. In this post we list some trends that, in our view, will allow for a smarter transportation system in the upcoming future.   – Increase in demand for public transportation: from 2000 to 2012 public transportation […]

Technology to build more Intelligent and Participatory Cities

8 July, 2015

Participatory cities are key to improve life

In the years following the financial crisis many of us remember the images of vacant buildings that were displayed in programs like Salvados. There would be virtually empty public places and transportation where our people counters would have died of boredom. Airports, train stations and even technology centers were all affected by this crisis, because […]