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Are you able to answer the following?
  1. How to implement open-loop fare payments when your transport passengers are unbanked or underbanked?
  2. What if your passengers are banked with a different bank(s) than your open-loop payments partner(s)?
  3. Account-based ticketing and EMV open-loop ticketing are not necessarily the same - what are the differences?
  4. What are the impact of these considerations for transport operators and banks implementing NCMC?
If you don’t know the answers to all these questions, we welcome you to hear these speakers share their expertise at the Transport Payments South Asia 2018 !

Ursula Schilling, Business Development Director - Payment, Infineon
Ursula Schilling is responsible for payment business development activities within Infineon. Ursula handles the strategic setup and project management with regard to payment applications. She has more than 18 years of experience in the smart card industry including business development activities for prepaid telecom business & marketing activities for various applications.
Mick Spiers, Vice President, Revenue Collection Systems, Asia Pacific, Thales
Mick Spiers implements a full portfolio of solutions covering Automated Fare Collection, Road Tolling, Car Park Revenue Management and Fleet Management. He was the Global Project Director of the very successful Auckland Integrated Ticketing system known as the HOP card.
Silvester Prakasam, Senior Advisor, Fare Systems, Land Transport Authority of Singapore
Silvester Prakasam is the Senior Advisor of Fare System at the Land Transport Authority of Singapore. Since 1989, the Fare System team under his leadership has undertaken several ticketing initiatives, such as contactless smart card (CSC) system (2002), a second generation CSC known as Symphony for ePayment (SeP) (2009) and Distance Fares (DF) (2010). Currently his team is involved in new initiatives such as NFC, Account-Based Ticketing and refurbishment of existing assets.

*Transport Operators, banks and representatives from government agencies are entitled to 2 free passes per organisation to attend.

Transport Payments South Asia 2018 provides excellent opportunities for leading technology and solution providers to communicate information about their company, their brand, and their products and services to end-users responsible for implementing and managing transport revenue collection schemes in India.

For details of available packages, contact Abhijit Sengupta at APSCA India, or Elaine Li at APSCA Asia Pacific:

Abhijit Sengupta, Director, APSCA India at [email protected] or at +91 98310 01116 / +91 98731 30155.
Elaine Li, Business Development Manager, APSCA Asia Pacific at [email protected] or at +86 13671773143.

Sign up for APSCA India membership to gain free passes!
Please contact Abhijit Sengupta for more details.

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