Passenger Information Systems – PIS in short – come in many shapes and sizes, from manual public address announcements to fully interconnected systems.
In a previous article we covered the basics of PIS. Here, we dive deeper into some more advanced PIS options that combine wayside and on-board input to optimise information delivery and data collection.
Primarily, PIS are used to improve the experience for – what’s in a name – passengers. Here are some examples where advanced PIS can contribute:
Besides making train passengers’ lives better, advanced PIS can also be a major help to railway operators. Here’s how:
The possibilities of PIS are both vast and quickly evolving and expanding. So, when considering what technology or solution to upgrade or implement, make sure it is worth the investment and makes your life and those of your passengers more convenient.
Additionally, the information you want to show may change over time – so make sure to invest in a PIS that is future-proof, user-configurable, and therefore easily changed. Not sure where to get started? Televic GSP is happy to help!
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