Six Mobility-as-a-Service Luminaries to Share the NFC Open Forum Stage
MaaS Case Studies, Results and Real-World Expertise on Tap for Open Forum
The NFC Open Forum is designed to present global industry professionals with different areas of expertise the opportunity to learn, share, and network. It focuses on the use of Near Field Communication and is free to attend– register here. Running from June 22nd to June 23rd, the NFC Open Forum was developed for members and non-members of the NFC Forum.
The NFC Open Forum will highlight topics such as Contactless Lifestyle, User Experience Survey and the NFC Brand and Wayfinding Updates. The Open Forum will also be an opportunity for non-members to learn more about the NFC Forum.
The event will take place online and will feature six speakers from multiple international companies presenting on mobility as a service (MaaS), highlighting successes and case studies.
The following companies have a featured speaker discussing MaaS on June 23rd.
American Public Transportation Association
Representing all modes of transportation in the U.S., APTA is a nonprofit international organization of more than 1,500 public and private sector member organizations. For more on APTA, click here.
Calypso Networks Association
Focusing primarily on consumer ticketing needs, CNA is a not-for-profit organization that brings members of the transport, mobility and services community together to exchange ideas as well as advancements in the ticketing industry. To learn more about CNA, click here.
Striving to become the leading business services partner for companies and governments worldwide, Conduent delivers mission-critical services and solutions on behalf of businesses and governments. To learn more about Conduent, click here.
ITSO has been making travelling on public transport throughout the UK seamless and easier by enabling smart ticketing technology since 2002. To learn more about ITSO, click here.
East Japan Railway Company
The East Japan Railway Company is the largest railway in Japan and has around 17 million daily passengers. With intercity and regional service, the railway network services over 7,000 kilometers of Japan. To learn more about the East Japan Railway Company, click here.
RATP, SNCF, Thales and Orange formed Wizway in December 2015. By combining the expertise of each of the four partners, Wizway offers simple and modern mobile ticketing solutions to transport operators and carriers. To learn more about Wizway Solutions, click here.
There’s still time to register for the NFC Open Forum on June 23rd, so don’t forget to reserve your spot and hear from the six MaaS speakers. Register today!