This week at a transport conference in Berlin, UrbanThings CEO Carl Partridge unveiled the Hex Tag to operators from Europe and further afield. This represents
And why we think it should live forever… Bluetooth. Remembered fondly by many for its part in sharing polyphonic ringtones in the schoolyard. Or perhaps
When working in a small team, sometimes there’s no getting around the fact that only so much can be done simultaneously. Having a single job
Because if a picture is 1000 words, 1000 pictures… The keen-eyed among you may have noticed the fancy new header on the Ticketless website. We
The lowdown from our last hackathon Last weekend saw the latest in our series of Bristol API hackathons, hosted alongside Connecting Bristol. We managed to
Working towards standardised transport IT systems We’re proud to announce that we’ve joined ITxPT as an associate member. The Information Technology for Public Transport initiative aims to develop
Transport without tickets We’re very excited to take the covers off of something we’ve been working hard on for a while now. Seamless, ticketless travel.
I was fortunate enough to attend this year’s Annual Ticketing Innovation Summit in Lisbon, held in the luxurious surroundings of the Pestana Palace hotel. It
Bristol City Council awarded the contract to develop and maintain the Bristol API to UrbanThings after a successful 12-month demonstrator period.
We’re expanding Bus Checker to cover trains, trams, metro and more 6 years ago, London Bus Checker became London’s first live bus times app. Gone were