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RTPI 2013 Dominik Grogler

  1. 1. STREAM A Dominik Grögler Head of Engineering BERNMOBIL The Data Hub Bern, Switzerland – Consistent Passenger Information from one Source
  2. 2. The data hub Bern, Switzerland – Consistent passenger information from one source Real Time Passenger Information, London Dominik Grögler, 11th September 2013 dominik.groegler@bernmobil.ch
  3. 3. Content • Why do we provide RTPI? • Why are data hubs reasonable? • The data hub Bern, Switzerland • Quality of data • Beyond data hubs: services dgr 130805 RTPI Conference Folie 3
  4. 4. Why do we provide RTPI? dgr 130805 RTPI Conference Folie 4
  5. 5. Why do we provide RTPI? With appropriate RTPI, even a bad experience can make a good impression on the passenger. dgr 130805 RTPI Conference Folie 5
  6. 6. Why are data hubs reasonable? A data hub gathers, stores and distributes data (time-tables and RTPI) • One source of data • Consistency & integrity • Fewer interfaces than other possible architectures • Easier maintainance • Easier release management • Lower costs dgr 130805 RTPI Conference Folie 6
  7. 7. dgr 130805 RTPI Conference Fully connected Star Folie 7
  8. 8. The data hub Bern, Switzerland • Open VDV standards • Higher independency from providers • Simpler release management • Multiplexing capabilities • Efficient data management • Active collection, processing and storage of frequently needed data • Time efficient data management • Virtualized server infrastructure • Scalable • High availability and reliability dgr 130805 RTPI Conference Folie 8
  9. 9. dgr 130805 RTPI Conference Folie 9
  10. 10. Quality of data • Standardisation of • Processes • Time-table design • Nomenclature of objects (stations, bus / tram lines, routes, etc.) • Meta data • Planning of connections • Presentation of information dgr 130805 RTPI Conference Folie 10
  11. 11. Beyond the data hub: services • Control centres • Connections • Management of disruptions • Webplatform • IP based communication for • Mobile applications • Websites • Display systems • Management of disruptions • Social media dgr 130805 RTPI Conference Folie 11
  12. 12. dgr 130805 RTPI Conference oev-kommunikation.com Dominik Grögler, BERNMOBIL, Switzerland dominik.groegler@bernmobil.ch Folie 12

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