Vix is proud to have partnered with transport authorities in more than 10 countries and 200 cities and regions around the globe. Vix customers are passionate about their cities and dedicated to providing a more effortless environment for their passengers.
Whilst their size, location, modes of transport and stage of transport evolution all differ, their purpose is ultimately the same as ours - a better customer journey.
Vix provides hardware and software components in our solution for TfGM, a system that supports more than 34 million passenger journeys annually.
The public transport authorities of Oslo and the surrounding area have been customers of Vix for 15 years. We have supported the region as suppliers of the fare collection system and have continued to upgrade the system as it has transitioned and advanced.
The contactless ORCA card is used by more than 70 per cent of riders and the system processes in excess of 200 million rides annually on 2,250 buses, plus light rail, commuter rail and ferries.
Vix Technology has been partnering Rome’s public transport authority (ATAC) on automated fare collection for 15 years, building off a €60M investment in the region from 2000-2009 to build an AFC system supporting the Metrebus scheme.
Since 2005, Vix Technology has supplied a Real-Time Passenger Information (RTPI) system to the City of Cambridge. The city’s bus rapid transit system services 3.6 million passengers per year along the longest guided bus route in the world.
The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) has always been viewed as an innovation leader in the transit space. In 2008, Vix Technology collaborated with UTA to deliver an account-based fare collection system.
In 2011, Vix Technology delivered the Integrated Ticketing Smart Card (“Leap Card”) for the National Transport Authority (NTA) in Dublin. In 2016, Vix partnered with Snapper to develop the innovative Leap Card NFC app, which allows NTA passengers with NFC-enabled Android phones to check card balance and instantly top up – all by simply touching their card against their phone.
In advance of Beijing hosting the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, the city’s Metro system needed a ticketing solution that was capable and efficient. Vix Technology partnered with Beijing Infrastructure and Investment Company (BII) to transform the city’s public transport system providing a scalable solution and the infrastructure for future expansion.
Vix Technology partnered with the city of Cape Town in 2013 to provide the award-winning MyCiTi ticketing solution to replace paper tickets. Vix implemented an Open Payments system that enabled the use of bank-issued contactless credit cards for travel, providing access to people to previously did not have a bank account. The solution also helped alleviate daily travel delays for Cape Town’s commuters and allowed for fares to be paid in ways other than cash.
In 2013, Vix Technology continued its long-standing work with Metropole Rouen Normandie (MRN) by upgrading the region's AFC system to the Vix eBrio+ solution, allowing the transport network to accept passengers from 48 zones using a zonal pricing system. Passengers can travel seamlessly between Rouen and other operators' transit systems on the regional, reloadable smart card.