Cisco Connected Mass Transit At-a-Glance

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Become Safer and More Operationally Efficient with Cisco Connected Mass Transit

Growth in public transit relies on a simple but often overlooked truth: when your riders are satisfied, they come back for more. Cisco Connected Mass Transit was developed to help you retain your riders and meet their needs. By providing real-time updates that affect your passengers’ commute, wireless payment systems for e-ticket purchasing, and onboard Wi-Fi for entertainment, riding with you becomes easy. Once your network is converged, other things often begin to fall in line too – digital advertising revenue increases, maintenance is simplified, operational expenses stop rising, and safety as well as security threats become easier to handle.

Cisco Connected Mass Trasnit Helps You:

  • Enhance safety through eventtriggered streaming video and live video surveillance at stops, stations, and yards
  • Increase revenue through digital advertising, data monetization, and improved ridership
  • Improve passenger experience via seamless Wi-Fi connectivity along any part of the transit journey, real-time updates on departures and arrivals, and an ability to process wireless payments
  • Increase efficiency through optimized routing and passenger loading, proactive maintenance, real-time asset tracking and monitoring, converged networks across all services, automated business processes, and analytics to help identify trends more easily
  • Lower total cost of ownership by incorporating existing infrastructure and eliminating redundant, proprietary systems with limited or no interconnectivity

For more information please download the Connected Mass Transit PDF below.

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