Meet Up - Eclipse Keyple

Participate to the Meet Up - Eclipse Keyple on Thursday 17 October 2019 in Paris. Learn more about the first Open Source SDK dedicated to contactless ticketing for access control !

The very first Open Source SDK & API for contactless ticketing and access control is now available as an Eclipse Project!
Keyple is already attracting a lot of interest in the usually rather closed field; Smart Ticketing. This is why CNA wanted to bring together the main players who have supported this approach, whether they are prescribers, developers or authorities. Get a chance to discuss with the project leaders and Open Source and Mobility actors about the interest of Keyple.

Program
18.30: Presentation of the Eclipse Keyple project + Demo
Nicolas Generali / Pierre Térrée, CNA
19.00: Open Solutions for Authorities and Operators needs
Benoit Boute, IDFM / Amandine Richaud Crambes, La Fabrique des Mobilités
19.30: Eclipse Keyple Intagration: First Use Cases 
Hicham El Bizy, RATP Smart Systems / Benoist Laforge, Coppernic
20.00: Legal Framework
Gaël Blondel, Eclipse Foundation / Benjamin Jean, Inno3
20.30: Questions and Answers Session
20.45: Buffet Cocktail

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Petit- Dejeuner Livre Blanc : La billettique au service du MaaS

Le 5 septembre dernier nous avons organisé un petit-déjeuner de présentation de notre Livre Blanc « La billettique au service du MaaS » aux acteurs français parties prenantes du transport public
Une excellente occasion d’échanger avec eux sur les bonnes pratiques pour un système billettique efficace et pérenne.
 
Un grand merci à toutes les personnes qui ont participé à la rédaction de ce document.
 
Et un grand merci au maître de cérémonie à Francis Sykes.
 

Discover our Last White Paper

Beyond its original function of collecting revenues from transport, ticketing is now considered as the armed wing of Mobility as a Service, known by the acronym of MaaS. Ticketing must enable mobility services to be combined and offer passengers a seamless, end-to-end, easily accessible transport offer.

 
 
Yet this new ambition of ticketing will only be achieved if systems are welldesigned and highly scalable. This is indeed a major challenge: with streams of new requirements flowing in, linked in particular to MaaS, the need for ticketing systems to be flexible has never been so great. Yet ticketing systems, which are sometimes subject to vendor-locking do not always provide the appropriate solutions to this challenge.
 
The purpose of this document is to highlight best practices to help ticketing systems reach their target qualities and performance, and to be a tool in the hands of transport authorities and operators to implement their mobility policies.
 

Dowload it here

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