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Dec 2019

CNA-150528-CPOC-15 Watchdata

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Dec 2019

This document is the result of the work of the "architecture and security" work group set up by the AFIMB, the French government body for Ticketing.

The technology used in ticketing systems is constantly changing because of new features, and as a consequence of the upgrade of anti-fraud mechanisms. The interoperability of local ticketing systems is a new concern, as demonstrates the project for a ticketing application common to public transport organisation authorities in France, and, at the European level, the recent creation of the Smart Ticketing Alliance (STA).

Public transport authorities take these changes into account in a tight budgetary context. It is in this context that they asked AFIMB to launch a process to identify the conditions to provide long term evolutive capacity for ticketing systems, the reduction of their global cost, and better interoperability.

The AFIMB therefore created a work group on this theme organised by Spirtech. Research was concentrated on the "ticketing acceptance system" or, in the terms of the ISO 24014 (IFM) standard, the "medium access device". These are elements of the ticketing system, such as validators or remote sale servers, that connect the customer to the ticketing system using a portable device.

The conclusions of this work group are in the form of a "ticketing acceptance system architecture and security reference". The ticketing acceptance system architecture described in the reference is based on the following principles:
• a guarantee of the independence of the application software from the equipment on which it
runs;
• the separation of the parts that are common to all solutions from those that are specific;
• the possibility of de-localising some functions;
• the use of generic technology;
• the use of the experience of industrials who have already built in all or part of these principles.

The AFIMB would like to thank the members of this work group:Paragon (ASK) , CNA, CTS, Effia, GART, GIE CB, Keolis, LMCU, Mercur, Nextendis, Novia Systems (Effitic), Flowbird (Parkeon), RATP, Région Bretagne, RITMx, SNCF, STIF, Sytral, Thales, Tisseo, Transpole, UTP, Transdev, Viacités, VIX Technology, Conduent (Xerox -ACS Solutions) et Spirtech.

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Dec 2019

Ce document est issu des travaux du groupe de travail « architecture et sécurité » mis en place par l’AFIMB, l'Agence Française de l'Information Multimodale et de la Billettique

Les technologies mises en oeuvre dans les systèmes billettiques sont en constante évolution, du faitde l’enrichissement des fonctionnalités, mais également du fait de la mise à niveau des mécanismes de protection contre la fraude. L’interopérabilité des systèmes billettiques locaux constitue une préoccupation nouvelle, comme en témoignent le projet d’une application billettique commune aux autorités organisatrices de transports, en France, et, au niveau européen, la création récente de la « Smart Ticketing Alliance » (STA).

Les autorités organisatrices de transports prennent en compte ces évolutions dans un cadre budgétaire contraint. C’est dans ce contexte qu’elles ont souhaité le lancement par l’AFIMB d’une démarche destinée à identifier les conditions permettant d’assurer sur le long terme une meilleure capacité d’évolution des systèmes billettiques, une réduction de leur coût global et une meilleure interopérabilité.

L’AFIMB a mis en place à cet effet un groupe de travail, animé par la société Spirtech. La réflexion s’est concentrée sur le « système d’acceptation billettique » ou, dans la terminologie de la norme ISO 24014 (IFM), le « medium access device ». Il s’agit des éléments du système billettique, tels que les valideurs ou les serveurs de vente à distance, qui mettent en relation le client et le système billettique par l’intermédiaire d’un objet portable.

Les conclusions de ce groupe de travail ont pris la forme d’un Référentiel « architecture et sécurité » des systèmes d’acceptation billettique. L'architecture du système d’acceptation billettique décrite dans le référentiel est fondée sur les principes suivants :
• assurer l’indépendance entre le logiciel applicatif et l'équipement sur lequel il s'exécute ;
• séparer les parties communes à toutes les solutions et les parties spécifiques ;
• permettre la délocalisation de certaines fonctions ;
• utiliser des technologies génériques ;
• prendre en compte l'expérience acquise par les industriels ayant déjà intégré tout ou partie de
ces principes.

L’AFIMB souhaite remercier les membres de ce groupe de travail : Paragon (ASK) , CNA, CTS, Effia, GART, GIE CB, Keolis, LMCU, Mercur, Nextendis, Novia Systems (Effitic), Flowbird (Parkeon), RATP, Région Bretagne, RITMx, SNCF, STIF, Sytral, Thales, Tisseo, Transpole, UTP, Transdev, Viacités, VIX Technology, Conduent (Xerox -ACS Solutions) et Spirtech.

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Dec 2019

Open Session Brochure 2019

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Nov 2019

CNA published the White Paper Account Based Ticketing : The evolution of ticketing with Calypso.

Account Based Ticketing is already considered as the next major evolution in Ticketing Systems, while Calypso - a card centric model deployed in 125 cities around the world since 20 years, has been adopted in many contactless ticketing schemes in the world. The question for CNA is to see what part Calypso could and should play in account-based ticketing and what evolutions are required.

By combining those two models, CNA truly believes that each network could take advantage of both worlds, and fine-tune a solution depending on its own requirements and specificities. That’s why CNA has launched a working group in June 2017 in order to define a set of guidelines of specifications for an ABT – Calypso system. We also invite you to discover our white paper "Calypso and Account-based Ticketing" written in coordination with BMC & Ixxi, providing a relevant analysis of ABT with first tracks for Calypso in the ABT ecosystem.

Calypso and Account-based Ticketing White Paper is available here

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Sep 2019

ACTV, AVM Holding e Calypso Networks Association sono lieti di invitarvi all'International Calypso User Days, un evento dedicato allo Smart Ticketing e la mobilità, che si terrà il 26 e 27 settembre al Casinò di Venezia in Italia.

 
Il Calypso User Days rappresenta una concreta opportunità per scoprire le recenti evoluzioni e innovazioni nel campo dello Smart Ticketing. Si tratta di un’utile iniziativa destinata alle Autorità Regionali e Locali, agli Operatori e Solution Providers di vari Paesi, che consentirà la condivisione di esperienze e una riflessione sullo stato dell’arte del settore. L'International Calypso User Days sarà anche l'occasione per avere informazioni in merito agli sviluppi più recenti di Calypso su mobile con fornitori HCE ed eSE, sull'accesso al SDK Open Source Keyple, sulla nuova gamma di prodotti e servizi (certificazioni, Calypso PKI,  prodotti a basso costo, training ...). I nostri esperti saranno lieti di rispondere a tutte le vostre domande.
 

Anche l'evento di quest’anno è sostenuto dall'UITP, con la significativa partecipazione del suo segretario generale, Mohamed Mezghani. Tra i relatori vi saranno presenze autorevoli di operatori e autorità di trasporto: il Presidente di ASSTRA, il Direttore Generale di ACTV  e di Tiemme- il responsabile Marketing  d'IDFM-Parigi, la Presidente di TPER-Emilia Romagna, il CEO di Interparking, e i rappresentanti di alcuni gruppi leader del settore industriale, come Infineon e Samsung. Anche l’'America Latina sarà protagonista di questo evento, grazie alla presenza di membri di ministeri e reti di trasporto di Santiago del Cile, San Paolo, Rio de Janeiro e Quito.

 
IMPORTANTE: CAMBIA LA LOCATION
Si prega di notare che la conferenza e la serata di networking avrano luogo presso il Casinò di Venezia, Cannaregio 2040 - 30121 Venezia.
 

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Giovedì 26 settembre 2019 
ore 10.30 visita tecnica presso ACTV 
ore 14.30 inizio della conferenza presso il Casinò di Venezia
ore 19.30 cena conviviale al 
Casinò di Venezia

Venerdì 27 settembre 2019
ore 09.30 prosecuzione della conferenza al Casinò di Venezia
ore 13.00 lunch
ore 14.30 fine della conferenza
  

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