Public transport

UITP SEMINAR OUTLINES VITAL ROLE OF ITS IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION - MOTORINDIA MARCH EDITION

The 2nd UITP India Seminar on IT Solutions for Public Transport held recently in Bangalore reflected the huge potential available to develop advanced ITS technology for improving the country’s public transportation system. Ably organized by UITP India under the leadership of Dr. Ekroop Caur, Managing Director, Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation, and Head, UITP India Board, the Seminar was hosted by Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) and attracted luminaries from the transport sector across the globe.

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TRAINING ON USE OF DATA ANALYSIS AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Introduction

Most transport operators in India are installing systems like vehicle tracking and fare collection machines. With these technologies operators generate large amounts of data related to their services, like driver hours, bus kms, ridership, etc. In many cases this data is not used to improve decision making. In this training program, we help operators and authorities to use this data to improve their profit, performance and customer satisfaction.

Business Intelligence in Public Transport

EXPLOITING IT SOLUTIONS IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT TO CREATE LIVEABLE CITIES

Information Technology is playing an ever more crucial role in many sectors of modern society offering the most important solutions that we have today to efficiently help increase capacity, safety and security among other aspects. This is even more in public transport sector for which IT tools are potentially always available, widely applicable and actually already well integrated in many public transport systems around the world.

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UITP Seminar on Doubling PT Share-Special focus on IT Solutions for Public Transport

Public Transport plays a vital role in boosting economic growth by respecting environment, reducing congestion and providing mobility for everyone in ever-growing cities. Radical change towards less use of personalized vehicles like cars and two wheelers is the need of the hour without which cities will no longer be able to live, breathe and grow. According to WHO Report, 13 of the 20 most polluted cities in the world are in India.

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