GMV WILL BE INCORPORATING ITS GROUNDBREAKING DEEPSY® PLATFORM, WHICH WILL ENABLE THE CONSORCIO DE TRANSPORTAS DE MALLORCA TO DEVELOP ITS OWN ONBOARD TICKETING SOFTWARE REGARDLESS OF THE EQUIPMENT HARDWARE CONFIGURATION.
The Mallorca Transport Consortium (Consorcio de Transportes de Mallorca: CTM) will develop its own ticketing software, to include EMV payments within an account based ticketing (ABT) system.
GMV has won the tender for the supply of technological components for the new fare system of the Consorcio de Transportes de Mallorca, which takes in the collective public transport of the Balearic Islands for intermodal bus, train and metro transport.
GMV will roll out 1652 validators and 611 dual EMV/SmartCard desks, 1247 video-surveillance cameras plus 611 inside information panels. GMV will also see to the adaptation in metro and train stations of 238 ticket barriers and 62 Ticket Vending Machines to allow the system to work with EMV technology and the new payment platform.
GMV will also be incorporating its groundbreaking Deepsy® platform, which will enable the Consorcio de Transportas de Mallorca to develop its own onboard ticketing software regardless of the equipment hardware configuration. In the particular case of the 200 buses of the Municipal Transport Company (Empresa Municipal de Transportes) of Palma de Mallorca, GMV will be developing the onboard ticketing software.
The incorporation of EMV technology will allow any would-be passenger with a physical or cellphone-virtual bank card to access the public transport system without previous registration and in the certainty of being charged the most favorable fare.