Transport Systems news

 
  HOGIA CONNECTS LONDON BUSES FOR THE FUTURE
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How can IT systems make bus travel more efficient to use and more attractive to the passenger? The EU-project EBSF2 has been launched to answer this question. The project brings together companies and public sector organisations from all over Europe.
  
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  THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING FOR THE UK CHAMBER OF SHIPPING
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The Annual General Meeting for the UK Chamber of Shipping held in march, included the election of Dr Grahaeme Henderson as the UK Chamber of Shipping’s President for 2016-17.

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    FASTER AND CLEARER INFORMATION FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT PASSENGERS
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Swedish ÖstgötaTrafiken has installed a new travel information system from Hogia which gives passengers faster information on disruptions and route changes. The new system also provides clearer traffic reports, thanks to tools that allow information to be presented in a uniform manner regardless of who sends it. ÖstgötaTrafiken coordinates the public transport in the region Östergötland in Sweden and plans routes and timetables for bus, rail and tram services.
  
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  NEW COLLABORATION REQUIRED NEW LOGISTICS SYSTEM
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When Logent acquired the shipping company CLdN as a new RO-RO customer, a new type of IT support was needed to ensure the efficient and secure handling of import and export goods within the terminal at the Port of Gothenburg. Logent already had experience of using Hogia systems in other terminals, so it was an obvious choice to deploy a solution from Hogia for this new operation as well.

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  INTERMODAL TRANSPORT ON THE INCREASE
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Six days a week, train shuttles transport freight between the intermodal terminal in Vaggeryd and the Port of Gothenburg, Sweden. The trains are more than 2,100 ft. long with the capacity to transport 88 TEUs. Now the terminal wants to be able to handle even larger goods volumes, and has invested in a new terminal system from the Swedish IT-company Hogia. The new system makes it possible to digitalise and automate many of the goods transport processes, resulting in higher security and efficiency.
  
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  HOGIA DELIVERS TERMINAL SYSTEM TO PORTS OF STOCKHOLM 
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As part of the urban development of Norra Djurgårdsstaden, Ports of Stockholm is redeveloping Värtahamnen. The entire port area will be partially relocated to make space for new city districts. The new port will be made more efficient and safe. Hogia will supply the terminal system responsible for handling goods transports. 

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  EASIER TRAVEL WITH COMMON BUS AND FERRY INFORMATION SYSTEM
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Passengers with the ferry operator Red Funnel Ferries are now able to keep track of both ferries and connecting bus services via one single information system. The solution, which is developed by the Swedish IT company Hogia, provides passengers with consistent multi-modal travel information in real-time, thereby making their everyday life easier, even during times of service deviation and disruption.

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  SCANDINAVIA'S LARGEST RORO TERMINAL PUTS THE ENVIRONMENT FIRST 
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Trelleborg is one of Europe's largest ferry ports, with an average of 30 arrivals and departures every day. It is also the largest rail port in the Baltic in terms of the total volume of goods it handles in tonnes. These are some of the reasons why the EU has chosen Trelleborg to be one of the core ports in the European TEN-T network. The port of Trelleborg is aiming to be the most climate-smart port in the Baltic and, with the help of state-of-the-art IT solutions, it is on its way to achieving this objective.

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  PASSENGERS PLEASED WITH STOCKHOLM´S CONNECTED BUSES
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The bus operator Keolis runs a hundred or so blue buses around the centre of Stockholm, which carry a total of one million passengers every week. Customer satisfaction is an important benchmark for measuring how well the public transport system is running. With the aim of increasing its passengers’ satisfaction, Keolis decided to invest in providing traffic disruption information, an area which has received the worst rating in surveys. After installing a system from Hogia in its buses, which uses screens to provide passenger information in real time, the customer satisfaction rating rose to 84 percent. 

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  HOGIA SHAKE HANDS WITH RIVERSIDE MARINE
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Hogia Ferry Systems have signed an agreement with the Australian company Riverside Marine to deliver the market-leading reservation and ticketing system BOOKIT. This is Hogia’s first client in the Australian market. 
  
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