Public Transport

To bring the passenger to his destination in a customer-friendly way and as safely as possible: this is often the starting point for Public Transport. Efficiency is crucial here. Whether it concerns mobile payments, checking in with an OV chip card, checking tickets, registering and fines for aggressive behaviour, ordering and paying for your tax-free purchase on the plane or planning a taxi ride. A market that is literally and figuratively constantly in motion and where mobile device users have more and more access to (travel) information and necessary documents while on the road.

In today’s fast-paced world, public transportation has become an essential part of modern life. Whether you’re commuting to work, traveling to a new city, or simply running errands, buses, trains, taxis, aviation, trams, and metros are indispensable modes of transportation. And with the increasing reliance on technology, the use of rugged hardware in public transport has become more crucial than ever before. Rugged hardware, such as tablets, vehicle terminals, and smartphones, is specifically designed to withstand the harsh and demanding conditions of the public transportation market. The ruggedness of the tablet is particularly important, as it needs to withstand heavy shock and vibration while ensuring reliable performance in extreme environments. That’s why there are multiple certifications required for hardware in the public transportation market, such as Emark R10.06 and R118. Discover the PaceBlade product lineup for Public Transportation. All tablets have been built and designed specifically for the public transportation market, which means they include the required certifications and accessories. PaceBlade can also help you with personalization and customization for projects. Especially in the public transport sector, there are sometimes extra accessories needed such as fixed audio connector cables and VCC filter boxes. Contact one of our sales representatives for advice and coordination within your project.

City and regional transport (tram / bus / metro) – Train transport – Transport by water – Taxi – Aviation – Shipping