Axentia and Gaia are joining forces to create a unique management of real-time information and infotainment for bus stops and vehicles.
Autolinee Toscane, Italy
The 13” Axentia iBus E-paper displays gives Tuscany a uniform look and a reliable sustainable solution.
With a portfolio of 2 and 4 rows iBus LCD displays and a wide range of TFT displays Skånetrafiken is working towards its goal to completely replace the printed and static information with real-time displays.
The range of iBus 4 rows LCD, 15 inch TFT and 13 inch E-paper displays satisfies the many towns in Sörmland with their different needs.
With customized iBus E-paper and LCD displays to fit in Movia’s existing infrastructure 76% of the bus travellers use a bus stop with real-time information.
By running these projects and installing 2, 4 and 5 rows iBus LCD displays and 28 inch iBus TFT displays, CTS fulfilled its goal to equip most of the bus and tram stops in Strasbourg with real-time displays.
STIB-MIVB Brussels, Belgium
In this project battery-operated iBus LCD displays with 5 rows were delivered, making 85% of all bus-stops supplied with real-time information.
Stadtwerke Neuss, Germany
The iBus LCD displays with 4 rows were integrated in a stop point infrastructure called Wing Easy and equipped with solar panels.
Vestfold and Telemark counties, Norway
A mix of 2 and 3 row iBus LCD displays as well as 28 inch iBus TFT displays supply the Vestfold and Telemark area with real-time information.