Follow the Tickego open specifications
Tickego specifications allow you to build a modular, flexible and cost effective Automated Fare and Data Collection system. They were delivered by the Europtima collaborative project, co-founded by the European Commission. Business models associated with Tickego implementation are validated and specifications should be incorporated in the tenders.
Tickego specifications can be scaled and are evolutive to satisfy the need of the Public Transport local constraints: network size, topological configuration, intermodal environment. Tickego allows small operators to operate advanced ticketing.
Every brick of a Tickego architecture has been singulated to allow flexibility between every different components, hardware as software. It is versatile allowing fast and simple reconfiguration throughout standard interfaces.
Tickego specifications are based on well-known standard tools from the market. Now designing, installing, configuring the business rules and operational environment, running and upgrading a ticketing system becomes simple and straightforward.
Interfaces with commonly tools used today such as cellular networks and mobile devices broaden the scope of mobility services. Tickego standard interfaces facilitate interoperability. Tickego can boost mass transit marketshare and encourage modal shift within a smart mobility environment.
Tickego allows to reduce investments using off-the-shelf hardware and software modules. Tickego implementations result in operational costs control, complexity reduction and easy implementation. It lowers access barriers to use advanced Automated Fare Collection systems and paves the way to Ticketing as a Service.
Tickego specifications adopt a proven modular architecture, allowing improvements and evolution, singulating every brick. New transport services can be offered based on technological advances in state of the art hardware and software solutions.