First certification delivered for an EMV Dual Interface payment card using the CNA Java Applet to Idemia with Cosmo Fly
This new payment card called Cosmo Fly, enabling cardholders to buy public transport tickets directly from their bank’s transport partner. The tickets are stored in their payment card and can be used immediately. This solution is very convenient for commuters as they pay and travel using just one card.
Olivier Nora, Senior Vice-President Products & Systems for Financial Institutions activities at IDEMIA, said:“Transport operators can derive major benefits from the Dual Interface migration in the financial sector. At IDEMIA we are thrilled to be the first company to provide a contactless transport solution compatible with Calypso technology.”
The 29 and 30 January 2019, CNA was at TTG London as exhibitor and speaker
Thus it was very important for Calypso to be strongly present as the representative of a contactless ticketing standard used in 125 cities and transport networks worldwide, with a market share of 20%.
CLAP, Calypso Light Application, the new Calypso middle range product with high security level. CLAP offers an ideal solution for low-cost and high-volume contactless cards production. Discover CLAP detailed features here
Eclipse Keyple, our Open Source Project, which has been shortlisted to the TTGlobal2019 Awards in the "Ticketing Technology of the year".We also had a demo and a test kit to show. Keyple.org
Interoperability with Hoplink, a free service accessible to all networks using Calypso. hoplink.info
Mobile Ticketing with our HCE guidelines and last updates of the Calypso Applet for Java cards
Account Based Ticketing with our white paper: ABT with Calypso, take advantage of the best of both worlds and our Working Group first production.
Philippe Vappereau, as RATP Ticketing Expert gave you some clue to “Successfully transitioning from the paper based ticket
SAVE THE DATE
11 & 12 April 2019 in Budapest
Sofitel Chain Bridge Hotel
The 2019 edition of the Forum will set the context for updates and debates concerning the traditional technical topics of our event, such as blockchain, ABT, EMV, Maas, mobile ticketing, as well as various European and regional smart ticketing best practices, interoperability challenges and funding opportunities.
This edition of the Forum will furthermore encompass prospective, vision-seeking sessions as we will debate possible scenarios for smart ticketing developments for 2030 and crosscutting debates on the social outcomes and acceptability of smart ticketing, its impact on staff, citizens and communities.
In 2019, for the first time, the Forum will encompass an E – Mobility Roundtable in Pecs on the second day of the event. Looking forward to welcoming you again to this unique opportunity to get firsthand information on dedicated projects and upcoming businesses in the transport smart ticketing and digitalization sectors!
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