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【分析レポート:技術】アカウントベースド発券:交通発券システムの革新

Account Based Ticketing: Evolution of Transit Ticketing Systems

2Q 2017 | Technology Analysis Report | AN-2759 | 20 pages | 4 tables | 2 figures | PDF |

 

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Transport authorities (TA) continue to evaluate next-generation ticketing technologies as a platform from which they can streamline operations. This evaluation is occurring whether they are already running a well-established ticketing system or are implementing a new system to expand and extend network visibility in order to gather valuable user data points and offer new innovative services.

Account Based Ticketing (ABT) is a system that can open up new opportunities and business models, provide access to new markets that were previously out of reach, and provide a platform to address the reduction in the ongoing costs associated with card issuance, as well as system management and maintenance.

This report provides a detailed analysis of what defines an ABT system, how ABT works, why it merits significant attention, and how, if at all, ABT may impact the market and leading ecosystem players. The report will also shed light on the current status of the ABT market and the technologies used; it will provide comparisons to current ticketing systems, highlighting the added value an ABT system can offer and other verticals in which ABT may be implemented.

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目次

  • 1. NEW TICKETING TECHNOLOGIES
    • 1.1. A Growing Market Embracing Change
    • 1.2. Talking Technology
    • 1.3. Using Devices
    • 1.4. Back-end Choices: Back-office vs. Cloud-based
    • 1.5. ABT vs. Standard Ticketing Solutions
    • 1.6. Opening Ubiquitous Token Support
  • 2. ADDING VALUE & DISRUPTING MARKETS
    • 2.1. Empowering Transport Authorities
    • 2.2. Threats to Traditional Ticketing Markets
    • 2.3. Consumer Pattern Changes
    • 2.4. Promoting Added Value
    • 2.5. Diversification Opportunity
    • 2.6. Incentives for the Commuter
  • 3. TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE
    • 3.1. Implementation Projects
    • 3.2. Future Outlook

 

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プレスリリース

[プレスリリース原文]

Account Based Ticketing to Empower Transportation Authorities, Unlocking New Ticketing Media, Revenue, and Cost Reduction Opportunities

London, United Kingdom - 01 May 2017

In its latest report on Account Based Ticketing (ABT), ABI Research finds that the technology will continue to be a development focal point among transportation authorities in future years. The organizations will rely on ABT to address a multitude of emerging contactless ticketing requirements, including system cost reductions, new levels of automation, and the need for platform to expand ticketing acceptance to new device form factors.

“The primary benefit of an ABT system is its ability to allow transportation authorities to reduce ticketing operational costs, thanks to a back-end-centric approach that sends updates to a centralized location,” says Jonathan O’Flaherty, Research Analyst at ABI Research. “The system also collapses new device acceptance barriers by shifting the intelligence to the back-end, replacing the intelligence, previously held on front-end credentials/devices, with a unique identifier.”

Considered a device-ubiquitous system, industry officials view ABT as a platform from which a transportation authority can expand ticketing acceptance to mobile and wearable devices. This will lead to continued speculation concerning the market viability of the traditional contactless smart card, which ABI Research estimates had a worldwide installed base exceeding 715 million in 2016. An ABT system will also directly enable the transportation authority to utilize its added value strategies via feature rich devices, while unveiling new revenue opportunities that previously remained out of reach.

“Transportation authorities make no secret in their desire to reduce the associated costs of ticketing issuance and ongoing maintenance,” continues O’Flaherty. “But an ABT system will not necessarily spell the end of the traditional contactless smart card. Transportation authorities will still need to cater to the many commuters who are either unbanked, do not feel comfortable with a transportation authority holding their banking details, or simply do not wish to use a mobile or wearable device for ticketing purposes.”

ABI Research predicts that leading vendors within the supply of contactless ticketing smart cards, including ASK, G&D, Gemalto, Oberthur, and Watchdata, will closely monitor ABT developments. 

“With ABT, transportation authorities will continue to offer legacy smart card acceptance, while expanding their acceptance capabilities to new devices,” concludes O’Flaherty. “The new devices will present transportation authorities with more commuter touchpoint opportunities. The rich form factors will help transportation authorities to offer new and innovative services in near real time, tailor services and offers to individuals, and shift from a simple transactional journey model to an interactive service-based one.” 

These findings are from ABI Research’s Account Based Ticketing report.

 

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