Vix Technology News
Besancon, France, April 2013
David Franco, R&D manager, Vix Technology, explains the importance of this investment.
Can you tell us about the new centre?
Novatech is located in the Temis zone, a technological zone of almost 250 hectares, 5 minutes from the A36 motorway and 10 minutes from the TGV train station.
Vix occupies a surface area of approx.
Besancon, France, March 2013
Besancon openly claims to have the least expensive tramway project in France, but it is less well known that the Besancon authorities have also selected the most economical unit ticket support for a tram project. Vix is involved in this innovative project by providing the GINKO network with a ticketing system which will be firstly deployed in the buses, then in the carriages of the new tramway.
The system provided by Vix will provide commercial agency in the city centre with 3 points of sale as well as 3 mobile points of sale.
Casablanca, February 2013
Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco, a prosperous and energetic city, epitomises the
modernity and dynamism of the country. Made famous by the film of the same name, it has 4
million inhabitants, making it the most populated city in Morocco.
Honk Kong, January 2013
As a key subsidary of Vix’s China JV, ERG HK was awarded the K0855 Replacement of Light Rail Ticket Issuing Machine contract on 8 January with the contract value of HKD 36.6 million (USD 4.7). This is the second MTR contracts won in the last 7 months. The previous contract K0661 Replacement of Gate Electronic won in July 2012 certainly help strength our relationships with MTR.
Cambridge, UK, December 2012
In the latest Vix news, our UK sales team have secured the first order for our brand new Interchange solution with Cambridge County Council. The development, which began in September, delivers our customers with the ability to easily manage and optimise the use of their Interchange facilities.
The VIX solutions platform for Bus & Rail terminals and interchanges is known as Interchange and is a modular suite of information management software for these
Cambridge, UK, November 2012
2012 has been a tremendously successful year for Vix at trade and industry events in the UK. Brand awareness continues to increase with both the public and the media, and the bright lights of the Vix stand seemed to be the key calling point for those touring the shows.
Bouche-du-Rhône, November 2012
On the 5th November 2012, the new ticketing system for Bouches-du-Rhône was officially launched.
This system manages 5 transit authorities: the Bouches-du-Rhône department and 4 urban communities (Arles, Salon-de-Provence, Istres/Martigues, Vitrolles/Marignane). Initially, card sales were restricted to the network of the Department, with sales for the 4 urban communities commencing November 19th.
Unlike the old system where the data was split in 5 separate subsystems, the new system (eBrio) provides everything in a single centralized solution.
Vix Technology Delivers Speedy Commute for U.S. Public Transit Systems with Hosting and Data Center Services from Internap
Internap’s managed hosting, colocation and IP services support big data processing for Vix, enabling more than 50 million fare transactions annually and delivery of real-time information to drivers and passengers
ATLANTA – October 25, 2012 – Internap Network Services Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP), a provider of intelligent IT Infrastructure services, today announced that Vix Technology, a global provider of intelligent transit solutions, is using Internap’s scalable managed hosting, colocation and route-optimized Performance IP™ services to power MASS, one of Vix’s Electronic Fare Collection
Cambridge, UK, October 2012 Cambridgeshire’s Busway scooped a top national award for the most innovative transport project – beating flagship London schemes such as the Emirates Airline and Heathrow Pod.
The award was given at the National Transport Awards in London which was attended by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin and recognises excellence in transport.
Judges heard how the Busway had beaten all expectations and had carried more than 2.5 million journeys within the first year of opening – well beyond its business case.
The Busway helps boost the local economy as it links
Germany, 25 September 2012. Energie Baden-Württemberg, the state’s largest energy provider, has commenced operation of charging stations which use the Vix Technology Cobra 6000 Contactless Smartcard Reader. Minister Hermann opened the system, which will be utilised by car sharing systems like DB-Flinkster and car2go, and also provided grant approval for the project “Establishing charging infrastructure Stuttgart Region” on 25 September 2012.