City mass transit – buses, trolleybuses and trams
The widest range of check-in facilities is used in city public transport. Passengers can check in in vehicles on their own or with the driver’s assistance, or before their boarding at a stop or online.
Intercity transport mainly uses the driver's location check-in, which can be assisted or self-service, and the driver performs only his visual inspection.
Rail transport is so variable that the range of suitable check-in devices is very diverse. A regional line leading through a low population density area features requirements different from city and suburban railways replacing a metro.
Rapid bus transport has specific requirements for passenger check-in. We have developed a number of devices that are directly designed for this type of transport. We placed our emphasis on durability and check-in speed.
The metro transport system is designed to transport a large number of passengers on the urban transport backbone lines. The metro check-in system must; therefore, provide enormous passenger throughput, which is often random.
Cable railways are transport means suitable for mountainous agglomerations or cities where it is no longer possible to build other surface roads. Their check-in method differs from the standard transport means methods.