The future of single-use ticketing: Stop wasting money on expensive systems – go contactless
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Do you want to make transport more attractive for occasional travellers? Would you like an affordable way to implement contactless ticketing to avoid costly cash handling or expensive system maintenance? If so, make sure you watch NXP’s latest webinar discussing the features and benefits of their new contactless solution for single-use smart paper tickets; MIFARE Ultralight Nano.
Some of these benefits include:
- Easy migration from traditional ticketing solutions to contactless
- Increased user throughput
- Fraud reduction
- Aggregated NFC-based services
Miriama Faberova, Marketing Manager, NXP Semiconductors
Miriama Faberova had different roles in the RFID industry involving business intelligence management, market analysis, marketing communications and product marketing. Currently Miriama is product marketing manager at NXP Semiconductors and responsible for the RFID brands MIFARE Ultralight, MIFARE Plus and MIFARE Classic. In addition, she is focusing on transport use cases such as the migration towards contactless technology and smart paper ticketing.
Christian Lackner, Business Segment Director for Smart Cities, NXP Semiconductors
The MIFARE product family has established a proven track record in transport, access, micropayment and loyalty, powering various applications in more than 750 cities worldwide, with more than 10 billion contactless and dual interface IC’s sold.
Moving towards the future, the team around Christian is focused on helping service operators to integrate commercial and public services in one platform, making them accessible to citizens on their device of choice.
The goal of the MIFARE division is to create trust through secure connected and scalable solutions, enabling sustainable and prosperous growth while ensuring safety for Smart Cities.
Christian started at NXP Semiconductors in 2000 with an engineering background and changed after several years of R&D management and product management into his business responsibility position.
Federico Hernandez, Computer Systems Engineer, NR Tec
Federico Hernandez is a computer systems engineer with experience in data networks, mobile networks and telecommunications. Federico joined NR Tec in 2006 and began collaborating with the IT department. Currently Federico is commercial manager and works closely with transportation companies and authorities, as well as consultants and technology and communications services providers.
Ruben Crespo, Computer Systems Engineer, NR Tec
Ruben Crespo is a computer systems engineer and has been with NR Tec since the company began operations in the year 2000. Currently Ruben is head of the software development department, and has been responsible for back office, firmware and mobile app solutions development, with experience in web services, database management and data security.