Fujitsu digital mobility solutions - delivering a truly seamless travel experience
In today’s digital age, transport operators face a unique challenge - how to deliver a truly seamless, high quality, reliable and affordable passenger-controlled journey while using capital-intensive physical infrastructure. At Fujitsu, we believe the way to achieve this goal is through the co-creation and deployment of innovative digital transport solutions.
It’s our belief that co-creation with an expert partner is a far more effective way of developing new solutions than working in isolation. By working closely together, we can help you understand how integrating digital technology can enhance your passenger experience, lower your costs and gain insight into your passengers’ behaviour and needs.
We have experience co-creating digital solutions that have overcome the issues of regulating services and delivering a uniform experience each and every time. Our portfolio of secure, intelligence-led transportation solutions enables transport operators across sea, air, rail and road to deliver a more personalised and consistent passenger experience.
With our digital technology we connect business, technical and operations to enable operators to deliver a seamless end-to-end travel experience. We have the capability to connect every stage of your passenger’s journey – from planning and booking tickets through to the on-time arrival at destination. Our portfolio of digital transport solutions includes:
- Aviation Scheduling
- Digital Car Park Management
- Digital Traffic Flow Management
- Digital Customer Information Systems
- Digital Noise and Emissions Monitoring
- Digital Safety and Compliance
- Digital Ticketing Solutions
- Driver Alertness Monitoring
- Mobile Ticketing Solutions
- Rail Crew Rostering and Disruption Management
- Smart and Integrated Ticketing and Loyalty Schemes
Transport: Where Are We Going? And How Are We Going to Get There?
Digital transformation has become an urgent priority for transport operators. It can link the back-office with the front-office to ensure that purchasing a ticket is easy and straightforward, passenger data is kept secure, and data collected can be turned into actionable insight into customer behaviour.
With the transport sector now under intense pressure to digitally transform, the question is - what priorities need to be addressed by operators to ensure that they arrive at the digital right destination?
To aid the sector on its digital journey, we questioned several digital transport industry experts. Read our report to find out how technology can be integrated to get customers from A to B at the right service and price level using capital-intense physical infrastructure.
“The challenge is to get the most performance and capacity out of what we’ve already got in the UK. Traditionally that might have involved longer trains and platforms or the re-siting of signals. But we’ve now largely exhausted those approaches, so we need a different way of unlocking capacity, and that is where digital comes in.”Find out more
See how our customers solved their challenges
The Digital Railway
We were invited to contribute to Network Rail’s Digital Railway programme to offer insight into how digital innovation can be used to maximise performance and unlock capacity. We directly contributed to 6 workstreams which focused on solutions for delivering improved business outcomes.
- For Transport for London (TfL), we were chosen as a collaborative strategic partner to design and install infrastructure to allow wireless internet access across the London Underground.
- For Heathrow Airport, we were chosen to develop and deploy a new high-speed, robust and flexible network to underpin the terminal’s mission critical operations.
- For Crossrail, we developed and deployed a tailored IT infrastructure solution that includes desktop devices, data centre services and helpdesk support.
Accelerating the engine of change in transport
Forgive the pun, but transport has historically been the engine of profound change. The very symbol of the industrial revolution is the stream train - an innovation that laid the foundations for the modern world. The sector is unlike most others in the way it enables other businesses and industries to succeed.
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Technology in transport: the most important things 2017 taught us
From electromagnetic levitating pods and driverless car, to our very own record-breaking flying human, 2017 was quite a year for innovation in transport and mobility.
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Meet our transport experts
Client Managing Director Transport, Fujitsu UK
Transport Offering Manager, Fujitsu EMEIA