Bus stop of the future / Real-time journey information
FIS is developing innovative bus shelters in association with its partners in the public transport sector. These bus stops of the future will revolve around real-time journey information presented by e-paper displays, which
FIS is introducing to the Dutch market. E-paper displays are an internationally successful, innovative and sustainable way to provide passengers with the best possible real-time information on their expected time of arrival, traffic diversions and temporary changes to a bus route. They can also be used to present timetables, weather forecasts and events or major incidents, either on a pole or integrated into a bus shelter.
The software is operated from FIS’s data centre. You won’t have to do anything about it yourself.
Anywhere up-to-date journey information
Are you looking for a future-proof real-time solution for your bus stops?
Then meet FIS’s e-paper programme: Journey time displays powered by solar energy. The e-paper programme does not only come with different types of displays, but with a display case with an e-paper display and a flag mount integrated into it. All these tools will help you provide your passengers with real-time journey information focusing on the location and the situation.
Stand alone 13,3" displays
Our robust IP65-rated, fully stand-alone, wireless, solar-energy-powered e-paper displays come in aluminium frames with tempered glass, and can be easily affixed to a pole or bus shelter.
All screens come with lighting, interactive features and text-to-speech modules.
Open frame displays
Our robust, IP65-rated, fully open-frame e-paper displays were designed to be easily affixed to all sorts of street furniture.
Future-oriented journey information, always up to date
With the display case of the future, FIS is introducing an internationally successful and innovative way to provide passengers with the best possible real-time information on their expected time of arrival, traffic diversions and temporary changes to a bus route. They can also be used to present timetables, weather forecasts and events or major incidents, which can be integrated into the display case –– a novelty for the Dutch market.
This innovative display case was developed in association with VDL and our partners in the public transport sector, including Arriva, for the R-Net bus shelters, for which this display case was originally developed.
The software is operated from FIS’s data centre.
Integrated into a display case / bus shelter
Sustainable e-paper displays on the 'groene lijn'
This is where up-to-date information on traffic diversions is presented.
Route-specific section that provides information on road diversions,
followed by a section that provides information on the journey
(Fact, Cause, Consequence, Prognosis, Recommendation)
and the expected impact on the journey.
Information on projects and commercial travel information are presented here.
Rotating bus timetables (a different timetable is shown every 10 to 60 seconds).
Section on dates on which bus services are subject to a revised timetable.
Section on e-paper displays, featuring a QR code that can be used to leave
comments or report incidents.
Passengers can request to see the timetable for their particular bus service
at the push of a button.
Photo: e-paper in Katwijk aan zee
A new generation of sustainable bus stop systems that combine e-paper displays and DRIS!
Sustainable technology:solar panels and battery module
an internationally successful system
good readability even in bright sunlight
Single-sided or double-sided
Available in the following sizes:
23” en 32”
no piping needed
IP65 water resistance label
combination of DRIS and e-paper display (single-sided or double-sided)
multiple timetables can be shown (they rotate)
interactive buttons and text-to-speech module