News & events
On the 20th of October, the ITxPT Requirements Committee and Technical Committee held two joint meetings to start the hand over process of Functional Requirements for Passenger Information and Login Services. The meetings were both well-attended and set both collaborations off to a good start.
After pausing the meetings over the summer, the Requirements Committee and the Technical Committee have both just resumed their activities. Both sessions were well attended and long-awaited. The Requirements Committee and the Technical Committee are now entering a period of close collaboration during the handover of the Login Service and Passenger Information working groups. The Requirements Committee has suggested formalizing the joint meetings at every topic handover and when...
Watch Sture Hedin from Västtrafik and Anders Selling from ITxPT talk about the industry collaboration project RIVSILOn and its local and global benefits. The experience from the project gave Västtrafik the self-confidence to order 150 new electric buses to Gothenburg. The largest electric bus tender in Scandinavia. The project was a national and international success with important steps from silo systems towards a harmonized and shared communication and IT platform.
Mobility as a Service is part of a fundamental disruptor in society: Everything-as-a-Service. Product ownership shifts toward service consumption, and we only pay for what we use rather than owning something outright. The concept is widespread in software, with cloud-based office productivity services. It is also common in entertainment, with streaming of TV, films, and music. In Mobility, it comes down to use travel services instead of owning a...
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.