Workshop Content - Day 1
First - understand the business issues

*Workshop presented and led by Michael Walters and Dave Lunt of littlepay



Working Group Meeting - Day 1
Second - develop an implementation roadmap


The objective will be to achieve consensus on implementation models that will help stakeholders to develop next-generation transport payments in India. The implementation models will need to achieve the long-term objectives of national common mobility, practical interoperability and most important - open payment systems that can drive transport cash transactions to digital payments.



Industry Conference - Day 2
Third - thought leadership and solutions to accelerate implementation

Bus Transit Systems and Revenue Collection
The challenges of revenue collection in bus public transport systems particularly granting access and managing risk in off-line scenarios, and the need for cost-effective solutions that are within the financial means and technical capabilities of state-owned bus operators.

Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) Systems
Road tolling systems including manual payment using contactless transport cards and devices as well as fully automated electronic toll collection systems. ETC solutions or India will need to demonstrate clear business advantages over the existing efficient manual systems.

Acceptance Devices for Transport Payments
The range of acceptance devices for payments in transport is evolving to manage a wide variety of scenarios including in-vehicle, off-vehicle, in stations, at tollbooths, mobile hand-held, conductor/driver-assisted, as well as non-farebox payments in retail point-of-sale scenarios.

Developments in Mobile Transport Ticketing
The state of play for mobile proximity transport ticketing including NFC mobile ticketing driven by transport ticketing schemes and banks using host card emulation (HCE), OEM-Pay products, QR code-based or barcode-based mobile transport ticketing.

Managing Single Journey Tickets
Fare media and ticketing solutions that can address the single journey ticket problem created by itinerant customers that include customers unable or unwilling to pay for stored value, business travellers, tourists and other occasional riders.

Expanding the Payments Business
Strategies and solutions to expand the payments opportunity and the profitability of public transport either by operators developing non-farebox revenue using their own cards and/or by using public transport to drive usage of bank-issued EMV contactless cards.

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS)
The outlook for Mobility-as-a-Service in India. Payment solutions for transport-on-demand services that can connect customers with public transport, such as public bicycle sharing schemes and ride-hailing services for low-cost motorcycle taxis and private cars.


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