Hitachi Rail Limited

Hitachi Rail Limited

360Pass app in use in Genoa

360Pass app in use in Genoa

360Pass app in use in Genoa

Infographic explaining how 360Pass works

Infographic explaining how 360Pass works

Infographic explaining how 360Pass works

  • New mobile app allows passengers access to every mode of public transport in a city “hands-free”, using Bluetooth sensors to connect buses, trains and even funiculars. The 360Pass app gives users the ability to hire e-vehicles, pay for parking and identify e-mopeds.

  • The cheapest possible fare automatically calculated at the end of each day based on the passenger’s actual usage – and without needing to purchase a ticket.

  • For transport authorities, the new suite of smart mobility software empowers operators with a “digital twin” of the entire transportation network, giving real-time visibility of passenger & multi-modal transport flows around any city.

  • Launching today, Hitachi’s Lumada Intelligent Mobility Management suite, includes powerful tech for passengers and transport operators alike – connecting smart ticketing, traffic flow management and e-charging through a common analytics platform.

  • Solution could help cities such as London or Birmingham drive up public transport, cut C02 emissions and slash congestion hours for drivers (currently 227 and 137 hours respectively1).

LONDON, July 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In a move that is set to trigger a revolution in how people around the world will travel in towns and cities, Hitachi Rail has digitally connected public and private hire transport across an entire city. The milestone has been achieved using technology from Hitachi’s new smart mobility suite called Lumada Intelligent Mobility Management, launched today.

The technology can be used in towns and cities across the world. In the launch programme – in Genoa, Italy – Hitachi has connected 663 buses, 2500 bus stops, the metro line used by 15 million p.a., two funiculars, one historic hillside railway, 10 public lifts and two suburban

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