5th Budapest Smart Ticketing and Digital Services Forum

The 5th edition of the Smart Ticketing and Digital Services Forum gathered more than 90 experts from over 20 countries. This two days event on the 11th and 12th of April confirmed its leading position in the CEE region. Achievements in terms of regional digitalization and smart ticketing projects have included Bucharest, Pecs and evolutions in the Republic of Slovenia. New technological trends in the mobility and ticketing eco system have been presented like the use of artificial intelligence, open source based ticketing and payment start up success story. The mayor trend of ABT was discussed including experiences from Czech Republic, Latvia and Estonia. Success stories of mobile ticketing from France, Switzerland and Germany have been presented and challenged by the continuous growth rates of ticketing vending machine sales. For the first time a session dedicated to digitalization in railways was held and insights provided by MAV Start, ÖBB and CFR. MaaS the current trend in mobility was discussed from various perspectives and Milan and the MaaS Alliance have outlined their related policies and experiences. 
The vision of the European Investment Bank and their assessment of ICT was the opener to a panel on shaping the next digital decade. Here industry, NGOs and further stakeholders have shared with the audience their view on the developments in the coming years. During the forum participants had the possibility to actively discuss the current challenges of use of technology, potential game changers in the business environment and learn from experiences on the field. The wide coverage of themes and the relevant experts present have contributed to high level talks and insights. Seen the increased success of the forum the organizers look forward to the sixth edition of the Budapest forum in 2020.
 

Conferência do CNA em São Paulo

No dia 6 de maio de 2019, para lançar o seu escritório no Brasil, a CNA organiza um dia de conferência em São Paulo: Smart Ticketing, a chave da mobilidade, com Calypso, destinada a cidades inteligentes.

 

Programa

9h00: Café de boas-vindas
 
9h30: Lançamento da Conferência Smart Ticketing, por Luiz Fernando Portella, representante da CNA do Brasil
 
9h35: Palavra de Abertura
 
9h45: Apresentação da CNA e do seu papel no campo da bilhetagem por Philippe Vappereau, Presidente da CNA
 
10h00: Desafios da interoperabilidade no Brasil, por André Dantas, Diretor Técnico da NTU
 
10h20: Caso de uso: O modelo OTLIS em Lisboa: Interoperabilidade - do transporte aos serviços, por Tiago Lopes Farias, Presidente do Conselho de Administração da OTLIS, Presidente da Carris
 
10h50: Como lidar com um ecossistema multiprovedores?, por Paulo Barreto, especialista em Técnico da CNA
 
11h20: Pausa 
 
11h35: Caso de uso: Interoperabilidade regional no Norte de Itália, Piemonte, por Claudio Giacobbe, Gerente de Projetos de TI da 5T
 
12h05: Ferramentas para ajudar as redes a configurar um sistema de bilhetagem, por Paulo Barreto, Especialista Técnico da CNA
 
12h40: Partilha de conhecimentos sobre pontos chave para um sistema de bilhetagem, por Ralph Gambetta, Secretário Geral da CNA 
 
12h55: Conclusão da conferência, por Philippe Vappereau, Presidente da CNA, Luiz Fernando Portella, Representante da CNA do Brasil
 
13h00: Almoço de Relacionamento
 
15h00: Visita técnica à SPTrans - Cheio
 
17h30: Fim do dia
 

Lugar

No Auditório do The Brazilian Bristish Center
R. Ferreira de Araújo, 741 3º andar
CEP 05428-002 São Paulo SP Brasil
 

 

Conference by CNA in Sao Paulo

The 6th of May 2019, in order to launch the it's office in Brazil, CNA organises a day of conference in Sao Paulo: Smart Ticketing, the key for mobility, with Calypso, designed for smart cities.*Reserved to CNA members 

 

Program

9h00: Welcome Coffee
 
9h30: Launching of the Smart Ticketing Conference, by Luiz Fernando Portella, CNA do Brazil representative
 
9h35: Opening Word
 
9h45: Presentation of CNA and its role in the ticketing field, by Philippe Vappereau, CNA Chairman
 
10h00: Challenges of interoperability in Brazil, by M. André Dantas, Technical Director of NTU
 
10h20: Use case: The OTLIS model in Lisbon, interoperability from transportation to services, by Tiago Lopes Farias, OTLIS Chairman, Carris Chairman
 
10h50: How to deal with a multi-provider ecosystem? by Paulo Barreto, CNA Ticketing expert
 
11h20: Pause
 
11h35: Use case: Regional interoperability in the North of Italy, Piemonte, by Claudio Giacobbe, 5T IT Project Manager
 
12h05: Tools to help networks to set up a Contactless Ticketing System, by Paulo Barreto, CNA Technical Expert
 
12h40: Sharing knowledge about key points for a Smart Contactless Ticketing, by Ralph Gambetta, CNA General Secretary
 
13h00: Conclusion of the conference, by Philippe Vappereau, CNA Chairman, Luiz Fernando Portella, CNA do Brazil Representative
 
13h20: Network Lunch
 
15h00: Technical visit at SPTrans - Complete
 
17h30: End of the day.
 

 

Reserved to CNA Members

 

Place

At the Auditorium of the The Brazilian Bristish Center
R. Ferreira de Araújo, 741 3º andar
CEP 05428-002 São Paulo SP Brasil

 

Register here 

 

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