Who Should Attend


APSCA India is inviting senior executives responsible for fare collection, card and ticket issuing, transaction clearing and issues related to revenue collection in transport (including collection of revenue from non-transport applications) to participate Transport Payments South Asia.

The forum will be a unique opportunity to meet a large number of executives from transport operators in India. Invitations have also been sent to managers responsible for automated fare collection, electronic toll collection or electronic road pricing systems based on contactless smart cards, devices and mobile phones. Forum sessions will also be open to other organisations for which transport revenue collection is directly or indirectly related. These include government agencies, banks, credit card companies and technology providers.

Any of the following should attend:

  • CEO/CTO/CFOs of Transport Revenue Collection Companies
  • Managers of AFC & Ticketing Systems for Transport Operators
  • Senior Management of Contactless Payment Card Issuers and Acquirers
  • Product Development Managers of Credit Card Departments
  • Senior Executives of Card Payments Associations
  • Senior Management of Mobile Operators planning NFC Services
  • Transport AFC Systems Integrators
  • Clearing House Systems Providers
  • Contactless Card & Reader Suppliers
  • NFC Mobile Handset Manufacturers


Target Audience 

APSCA India will invite transport authorities, toll operators, rail and bus public transport operators to attend the Transport Payments South Asia 2018 using our database of transport industry stakeholders. In a market where transport revenue collection is increasingly outsourced we will be inviting the leading managed services providers including banks that are targeting transport ticketing to grow their payments businesses. Transit systems integrators and transport ticketing solutions providers from South Asia and international markets will attend, speak and exhibit.


Who Attended in 2017

The first Transport South Asia conference held on 23-24 February in New Delhi attracted over 200 delegates of which nearly 50% were decision-makers responsible for fare collection, card and ticketing issuing, transaction clearing and issues related to revenue collection in transport (including collection of revenue from non-transport applications). These decision-makers were from 8 countries including Australia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore. Representatives from government, banks and payment schemes also attended.



Participants list
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Abhijit Sengupta
Director, APSCA India

Elaine Li
Business Development Manager, APSCA Asia Pacific

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