A smart bus stop | Passengers get traffic information while performing everyday tasks

A smart bus stop | Passengers get traffic information while performing everyday tasks
Description

Hungarian company AQUIS Innovo specialises in smart urban infrastructure, IT in public transport and customer service solutions. It is now developing a multifunctional bus stop with EU funding. The Smart Bus Stop provides up-to-date traffic information, while allowing passengers to perform everyday tasks like paying bills, sending parcels or topping up phones. AQUIS Innovo was founded in 1998 it was awarded 127.7 million forints (around €410,000) in EU funding to develop a smart bus stop the bus stop gives passengers traffic information, while allowing them to perform everyday tasks

EU contribution
€410 000
Project location
Hungary
Time frame
2016 to 2017

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