masabi winners in the railway industry innovation awards 2012 We are delighted to announce that Masabi have again been recognised as an innovator in the transit space, alongside Chiltern and Atos, winning the Passenger Experience category of The Railway Industry Innovation Awards for 2012. This award recognises efforts to improve passenger experience for all aspects [...]
Buy Rail Tickets on Everyday Mobile Phones and Smartphones with First TransPennine Express Apps No more queuing at stations with ticket machines in your pocket for Nokia, iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and other popular phones. A local train company is launching a brand new application to quickly and easily help passengers plan journeys [...]
Ben Whitaker will deliver a speech on ‘Ticketing and Travel Booking’ at The Future of Air Rail conference, an international event going on in Riga, Latvia 18th-19th May. Ben will explain how mobile ticketing provides a fast, convenient and reliable service for travellers, while at the same time offering a cost-effective solution for air rail [...]
Masabi walked away from the recent Mobile Monday competition with one of the top prizes on offer – a place on the UKTI stand at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona! Going head-to-head for one of three coveted places on the stand, 11 companies each made a 3 minute Dragon’s Den-style presentation to impress [...]
LONDON, UK – 28th September 2010 – Masabi, the developer of mobile ticketing technology for the transport sector, today announced it has secured $2 million from m8 Capital, the specialist mobile technology venture capital fund. The investment will be used to support commercial deployments of Masabi’s mobile ticketing systems with UK rail companies and to [...]
Masabi, the developer of m-ticketing software for mass-market phones, today announced that it has signed a deal with thetrainline.com for a mass-market m-ticketing purchase and delivery system. The system will allow users to buy and display UK rail tickets direct from their mobile phones for any route on the National Rail network without having to visit ticket offices or ticket machines. The system is already in development with a rollout expected later in 2010.
I just got back from presenting at London Technology Network‘s Intelligent Transport event just round the corner from Big Ben. Rail Ticketing – London Transport Network View more documents from alexandergeorge. The content’s very similar to the talk Ben gave at Mobile Monday a fortnight ago, but obviously with slightly less polished delivery.