Transport Payments South Asia, the first APSCA India event, was held at the Eros hotel in New Delhi on 23-24 February 2017.
Under the theme Common Mobility Ticketing for Smart Cities, the objective of the conference was to explore: 1 - What does Common Mobility Ticketing mean in the context of India? 2 - What are best strategies for stakeholders to develop Common Mobility?
Other attendees included decision-makers from banks, payment schemes and suppliers from Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and Sri Lanka.
Photos from the Conference
"It was really professionally well arranged session. All the topics were up to the mark" Tushar Kshirsagar, IT Head, Corporate, Prasanna Purple Mobility Solutions
"With Indian Transit Operators being well-represented in this conference we had a good opportunity to better understand their current challenges and requirements which allows systems integrators such as ourselves to work on providing the right solutions according to their needs" Yvonnick Auger, Program Director, Thales
"Thank you APSCA and APSCA India for organizing this event. It was a well-planed, well-attended and attractive event to highlight and discuss the current trends in Transport Payment South Asia. I hope in future there will be some update about which direction the industries are heading and their actions" Marthinus Hadipranoto, Regional Account Manager, UL Verification Services
"Quite informative as to the needs of rapidly developing markets such as India, which in many respects were not as different from developed markets as I had expected. In particular, I couldn't help but think there may well be several areas where solutions in India leapfrog those in developed markets" Michael Walters, Founder & CEO, Littlepay
Distribution of attendees at Transport Revenue South Asia 23-24 February 2017, New Delhi
Conclusions: A full set over 150 key conclusions from the Transport Payments South Asia conference are available to APSCA India Members and delegates who attended the event. Non-members interested in receiving a copy of the conclusions can make a request to purchase the conclusions along with access to download the presentations. To make this request, please contact Zoe Ye in the APSCA office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT: Check out photo highlights from Transport Payments South Asia HERE