Brussels Transport Network
In 2015, as part of the global improvement of its passenger information system Brussels transport authority (STIB) wanted to structure its passenger information architecture around a centralized system consisting mainly of an information concentrator (Hub) and a composition interface (DIS). This system gave the possibility to design and distribute on every STIB’s medias theoretical, real time and circumstantial information (lines, wait times, disturbances). As well as into embedded systems allowing the dissemination of information in multiples types of modes such as bus, trams or metro. Mobilitx showed its capacity to thousands of screens and multiples systems in a large conurbation.
Marseille Transport Network
The transport authority of Marseille requested from Diginext to harmonize its passenger information system around a concentrator of information (Hub) to which producer systems and consumer information systems would be connected. The realisation of this project brought a massive improvement to the management of the information. Now, the RTM is looking for improving the visual and audio announcements displayed to the passenger with a composition interface (DIS). Furthermore, the modularity of the concentrator could be used in future expansion project of the transport area.
Lille Transport Network
Mobilitx provided to the Public Transport network of Lille conurbation (Transpole) a more flexible and responsive way of piloting the travel information with 162 million passengers, 60 metro stations on 2 lines, 45 bus lines and 2 tram lines. The central system is interfaced with the various transport operating systems (bus, tram, subway and self-service bike systems) to collect real-time information and to disseminate passenger information through visual or audio announcements as well as on multimedia channels (website, text message). Thanks to its modularity Mobilitx is interfaced with external systems via proprietary interfaces or via the standardized interface SIRI.
Paris Transport Network
As part of the redesign of its traveler information infrastructure, the RATP was one of the first references to select Diginext to manage a central system for passenger information.
The operating principle of the system is to collect information from heterogeneous sources in order to standardize the information and then to make it available to different consumers. The data sources are technically very different: some work on request / response, while others work in push mode. Similarly, consumers can request information punctually (request / reply) or in notification mode (push).The system was a great success and leaded to development of multiples solutions already applied in other transport authority.