It is called SC Soft (an Aurionpro company), is based in Singapore, but has offices in Malaysia, India, the US and Canada. And it is an ITS company that has designed and deployed end-to-end fare collection systems for public transportation, which was among the key players at the 64th Uitp Summit in Barcelona in early June.

SC Soft is a leading provider of automated fare collection technology that designs, supplies, and operates automated ticket collection (AFC) systems, intelligent transportation management systems (ITMS), access control, and payment solutions.

Through long-term partnerships with transportation agencies and operators, banks, system integrators, and payment companies, the products and solutions, team of experts, and pedigree enable them to solve problems and provide solutions that are changing the world of mobility.

About Intelligent Transport Management System

Intelligent Transport Management System (ITMS) is a solution that uses the Global Positioning System (GPS) to enable a company or agency to remotely monitor the location of its fleet of vehicles using the Internet. Wireless communications between the device and supporting software provide an online image of the vehicle’s real-time location on a map, along with vehicle status reporting capabilities. On-board devices are designed to support AVL system requirements using GPS.

Case histories on the bus world by Sc Soft

On-board validators for buses in Lima, Peru

SC Soft provided validators for the bus transportation system in the capital city of Lima, Peru, on behalf of Empressa De Transportes Ubranos Los Chinos S.A.

Delhi

SC Soft, together with its group company Aurionpro Solutions Limited, was awarded the electronic ticketing project for Delhi’s more than 4,000 buses. The project is already active with an electronic ticketing system for over 3000 buses.

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