After a recent trip to London Marylebone, where Chiltern Railways have barcode ticket gates installed, we thought we'd share a video showing the speed on scan you're able to achieve on the turnstiles. [video type="youtube" width="560" height="320"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCGrOE3uMb8[/video] The tickets used were a same day return ticket from London Marylebone to Warwick Parkway

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Masabi Nominated as Most Successful Mobile Ticketing Programme at the Transport Ticketing Awards A great start to the New Year here at Masabi as we've been nominated for the Most Successful Mobile Ticketing Programme at the Transport Ticketing Awards. The awards will take into account service adoption, consumer experience and innovative approaches

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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

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first great western launches masabi’s first windows phone 7 mTicketing app We’re delighted to announce our first Windows Phone 7 (WP7) mTicketing app for UK Rail, in conjunction with First Great Western, has hit the Marketplace. It’s free to download and boasts live train running and platform information as well as

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As the growth of sophisticated mobile devices becomes ever more pronounced in modern society, barcodes have emerged as a channel through which these devices communicate and relay information for us. While conventional 1D barcodes have existed on everyday consumer items for some time, we are now see 2D barcodes as

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With this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona just over a week away, there is a palpable sense of excitement in the air, and the mobile world is poised for the biggest calendar event of the year. This year, Masabi will have its first ever exhibition space at MWC, and

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Earlier this week Passenger Focus, the UK's official rail watchdog, released their annual Spring Passenger Satisfaction Survey, and the press release focussed on some very interesting insights into the reasons why UK rail passengers shun automated ticket vending machines. At Masabi, Passenger Focus's earlier research into ticket maching usability was a

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On 28th October, the consultation period ends for the Department for Transport's paper Developing a strategy for smart and integrated ticketing, which is effectively1 the latest round of defining the ITSO specification. ITSO was formed to build and maintain a specification for secure 'end to end' inter-operable ticketing transactions. Specifically

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