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Transport Payments Asia Pacific 2019, the two-day regional meeting of Asian transit authorities, transport operators and ticketing schemes, will explore latest developments in transport revenue management and transit ticketing. Account-based ticketing (ABT) is the most significant trend in transport payments today and will serve as the foundation for many of the new mobility services.
 Account-based Ticketing in a Card-based World 
Why is the future of transport payments likely to be account-based and why are transport authorities increasingly interested in replacing their card data-based automated fare collection systems with account-based ticketing systems? What are the advantages of customer travel accounts with loosely coupled identifiers and payments instruments, over fare media that is integrated with an anonymous payment product? Session 3 of Transport Payments Asia Pacific will explain some of the common misconceptions regarding account-based and EMV fare collection systems, and the opportunities arising from account-based platforms. This will also include an overview of current and trending developments in Australia and New Zealand.
💬 Greg Ellis
Principal, Greg Ellis Consulting
Greg is the Principal of Greg Ellis Consulting and is currently the Program Director of Queensland’s Smart Ticketing project - which will replace the current GoCard and introduce the region’s first account-based fare collection and payments system. Previously he led Transport for New South Wales' Electronic Ticketing System program which introduced the Opal card to Sydney, Auckland's Integrated Fare System programme - HOP and the previous South East Queensland Integrated Ticketing project - GoCard. Greg has also consulted to the Asian Development Bank regarding integrated ticketing arrangements in Bangkok and has also been involved in smaller ticketing systems in throughout the region. He also assisted the New Zealand Transport Agency in the development and implementation of its New Zealand Integrated Ticketing Interoperability Specification.
Transport Payments Asia Pacific is a highly effective channel for leading technology providers and systems integrators to communicate their understanding of business and technology requirements to transport authorities, operators, ticketing schemes and their partnering banks and payment schemes.
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Mounisse Chadli, Business Development Manager
📧 mounisse.chadli@apsca.org
📞 +86 156 1879 0417

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