EcoTelematics Group Oy is a Finland Enterprise specializing in development, production and integration of business solutions for public and commercial transport.
EcoTelematics Main Activities are:
Fleet Management Systems
Passenger Information Systems
Passenger Counting Systems
Video Surveliance Systems
We are focusing to create cost saving solutions for public and commercial transport.
The company is headquartered in Turku (Finland) having additional offices in Riga (Latvia), Odessa (Ukraine), and Khartoum (Sudan).
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PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSES AND TRAINS
An important factor in the evaluation of local and national public transportation systems is, without a doubt, the punctuality and reliability of buses and trains. But another equally important factor is the clear and structured information presented to passengers. Satisfied customers who know precisely when the next bus is leaving, or what the next stop is, are a key component of every transportation company. For this reason, we have dedicated ourselves solely to the provision of passenger information. With our many years of experience and expertise on the subject, we develop optical and acoustic passenger information systems.
WHY IS A PASSENGER INFORMATION SYSTEM SO IMPORTANT?
The bus or rail passenger is a paying customer of the transportation company, or of the city or community, if we are referring to local public systems. In the same way as for other services provided at a charge, passengers expect to receive quality and comfort for the price they paid, and not just be ferried from A to B. The average passenger in Germany expects to find real-time information about the buses at the stop while they are waiting for it to arrive. When on the bus, they also want to know, in real-time, precisely where they are. We want a passenger who is not able to read to be provided with information in an alternative format. And this is where announcing systems come in. The display systems for providing information to passengers must be designed in a simple, yet visually pleasing manner and contain elements of infotainment, if possible.