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In May 2017, OSPT Alliance held a free to attend workshop in Chicago – hosted by Americaneagle.com – which provided attendees with a unique opportunity to learn more about OSPT Alliance’s non-proprietary open standard and discover the benefits it presents for transit ticketing solutions globally.
Jean-Philippe Wolyniec, Marketing Working Group Chair at OSPT Alliance explains why ABT shouldn't always mean EMV in Transport-Ticketing
President of OSPT Alliance, Philippe Martineau, shares his key takeaways from this year's Transport Ticketing Global.
Following a successful workshop exploring the value of openness in Lima, Peru earlier this year, OSPT Alliance was proud to respond to increasing demand to deliver a second workshop in Latin America.
Chicago, USA is a city renowned for its world-class transportation system, therefore what better location for OSPT Alliance to host its workshop ‘How Standards Impact the Implementation of MaaS and Payment Integration’ than the Windy City? Read our event's key takeaways here.
In June 2019, over 75 public transportation stakeholders and influencers from across Latin America gathered together to attend OSPT Alliance’s first workshop in Peru. Read key takeaways from the event here.
OSPT Alliance’s workshop on 17 April in São Paulo, Brazil, was sponsored by Full Member, Linxens and attracted 65 attendees from across the transport ecosystem.
The rise of ‘tap-and-pay’ technology in many markets to is leading travelers to expect the same flexibility, efficiency and time-saving benefits from their transport ticketing. With transport agencies under increasing pressure from both consumer demand and budget restraints – what’s the answer to sustainable innovation?