Time for a new travel experience!

Join us in at booth D15 and discover how we are driving the future of transport ticketing

Transport Ticketing Global in London 2018 coming soon!

Transport Ticketing Global 2018 is fast approaching. On January 23 and 24, the world's largest public transport gathering will be taking place in Old Billingsgate, London. An exciting, action-packed conference, exhibition and forum program has been lined up, highlighting the latest trends in smart ticketing, passenger information integration and connected cities.

We hope to see you at booth D15 for a chat and some refreshments, and look forward to exploring how you can help shape the future of transport ticketing with technologies from Infineon.

Modern cities are getting smarter

Smart technologies are the obvious answer to today’s urbanization, environmental and population growth challenges. These technologies have the ability to make our cities more liveable and more efficient. Public transportation is one of the key liveability factors in smart cities and this is an increasingly complex undertaking. Nowadays, citizens seek a seamless and convenient mobility experience, extending beyond the obvious bus and train services to include more flexible schemes such as car-sharing and bike rentals. Infrastructure providers need to support all these different transport modes.

Furthermore, transport ticketing schemes are increasingly being merged with other services such as payment, ID, access and loyalty, and users want to conveniently use all these different applications with one single card or  – better still – with a mobile phone or perhaps even a wearable device. This means using the same card (or device) to buy your train ticket, grab a take-away coffee and get into your office building when you arrive.

Next Stop: Future of transport ticketing


Watch the interview with Bernardo Knoblich, Head of Transport Ticketing Product Line at CCS and learn more about transport ticketing technology.

Meet Max!


Meet Max and check out the latest trends in mobile ticketing, smart cards and mobile payment. See how public transport is set to evolve and make a valuable contribution to making tomorrow’s cities more livable.

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Infineon steps up to the challenge

As a member of the OSPT Alliance community, Infineon has taken the lead in developing smart mobility solutions based on open standards such as CIPURSE™. Infineon is fully committed to open standards as they provide a solid base for secured, successful transport ticketing and multi-application schemes that are fit for the future.