Topic : Bluetooth

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Pana-Pacific expands North American infotainment systems portfolio

Technology| November 6, 2019

The expansion features the distribution and technical support for Bosch Coach Infotainment products.

MBTA testing new tech to help blind find bus stops

Mobility| July 7, 2017

The agency will install Bluetooth beacons on bus stop signs that can communicate via a smartphone app to tell users how close they are to the stop.

Technology| May 15, 2017

moovel North America launches new contactless fare platform at UITP

Fare Connect combines the power of moovel’s proven mobile ticketing software with the speed and simplicity of contactless technology to make boarding convenient and simple.

Bus| February 1, 2016

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi sensing from mobile devices may help improve bus service

University of Washington researchers have developed an inexpensive system that uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals from passengers’ mobile phones and devices to collect better data about where bus riders get on and off, how many people use a given stop and even how long they wait to transfer to another bus.

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