News & events
The 16th of September ITxPT Members Meeting was a well-attended and successful kick-off for the autumn activities. The main topics were the first results of the currently active ITxPT implementation survey, a walkthrough of the ITxPT Roadmap, and the Requirements Committee and the Technical Committee work. The members also got to meet the newest member of the ITxPT team, Lars Paape, responsible for developing the ITxPT labs.
The releases of new specification versions can be seen as the fundamental drivers of all work within the ITxPT community. Therefore, it is of interest to understand the release process from start to finish. It is the same for patch releases, minor and major releases.
ITxPT is growing fast in terms of the number of members, geographical spread, and market penetration. Therefore, we would like to warmly welcome our new members from all over Europe and North America. When buyers demand the ITxPT specifications in tenders, it drives expansion geographically and in the number of members, labeled units, and implementations.
At ITxPT, we are pleased to announce Lars Paape as our latest addition to the team. He will be responsible for further developing the ITxPT labs and the labeling process. From the Gothenburg Lab as his main office, he will also lead and coordinate the development of the Paris lab, the cloud lab, and new emerging labs in other locations.
Are you a Public Transport or Mobility actor? This summer we launched an open online survey on the ITxPT implementation. The results of the survey will help us to improve awareness and guide the next steps of the ITxPT roadmap.
The year opened strong for the ITxPT collaborative community, releasing version 2.1.1 specifications in January. In the spring, we released an update of the General Design Rules, Technical Requirements for MQTT, and a Preview Release of FMStoIP version 2.2.0. The FMStoIP release was the first-ever Preview Release, a new type of document that ITxPT started to use in 2021. The ITxPT Roadmap is also constantly updated, and in March,...
The well-attended meeting concluded a productive period for ITxPT. The first half of 2021 has seen a high activity within committees, working groups, and engagement in external projects like Data4PT – with its support for National Access Points for travel data across the EU – and Rivsilon II, Nordic Way, and others.
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Save the preliminary date for the Members Meeting and General Assembly. We will add details later.2021-12-09