Transport Payments Asia Pacific 2019, to be held 18-19 September in Manila discusses the best practices for different payments methods in transit, their advantages and disadvantages, also what challenges are lying ahead for infrastructure owners and for payment service providers.
Getting in and out of public transport systems
Closed-loop mobile NFC transit ticketing may be experiencing a resurgence of interest thanks to the focus of the global Pays wallets. But despite growing interest in accepting open-loop payment cards and QR code mobile wallets in transit, today payments at gates and validators in most public transport systems are made with closed-loop contactless payment cards. This session explores latest developments in accepting different types of fare media for automated fare collection in public transport systems, and issues that public transport operators need to consider.
 75% of registered delegates are from transport authorities, operators, ticketing schemes and payment services providers. 
 Delegates from Philippines, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Australia are registered to attend!

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💬 Session speakers include:

SL Wong

Regional Marketing, Payment & Ticketing Solutions, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific
SL Wong is currently responsible for marketing activities in the area of Transport Ticketing in ASEAN, Korea, India and ANZ for the Product Line Secure ‘Transport Ticketing’ at Infineon Technologies. At the same time he also holds the marketing position for ‘Payment’ in Korea and India. In 2003 SL joined the semiconductor industry with Infineon Technologies as Marketing Manager in Automotive Electronics, where he managed the Powertrain Segment business for APAC. He then moved to Chipcard and Security in 2009 responsible for APAC region marketing for Payment and PayTV. In the later years, SL subsequently took on different segments including Mobile Communication and Transport & Ticketing.

Alexander B. Dimitrov

Segment Marketing Manager, NXP Semiconductors

Alexander B. Dimitrov is Segment Marketing Manager Smart Cities within NXP’s Business Sector Secure Mobility and Retail. Located in Gratkorn, Austria, at the NXP Competence Centre for secure identification solutions, he is focusing on building Smart Cities based on NXP’s security and connectivity solutions. Alexander is deeply involved in creating solutions for cities to become greener and smarter places to live, facilitating efficient and safe mobility by promoting cross industry relations. Prior to this role he accumulated extensive experience and knowledge in different positions as a product and marketing manager while bringing in expert know-how through multiple positions in the telecommunications industry.

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