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Facilitate access to sustainable mobility

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Transit companies and communities face many economic and social development challenges. Whether it concerns public transport or shared mobility services, Linxens contributes to developing tomorrow's mobility solutions to facilitate travel for city dwellers
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Commit to more efficient and responsible mobility

Between climate change and population growth, the mobility sector must reinvent itself to support the evolution toward smarter cities. At Linxens, we are convinced that integrated mobility (MaaS) is the key to meeting the challenges of decongestion and depollution of urban areas. We help transport companies and communities to develop an attractive and quality transport offer to make residents more independent and active and cities more pleasant and breathable. Whether it's transport cards made of sustainable materials or multimodal passes, our teams are mobilizing to offer simplified, connected, and responsible solutions to make life easier for city dwellers.

“More than 80% of urban populations are exposed to pollution levels that exceed the limits set by the WHO*, while urban residents will increase by 2.5 billion people by 2050 to reach a total of more than 6.5 billion”
Céline Littré, Product Marketing Manager at Linxens.
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*WHO : World Health Organization

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More sustainable transport cards

Linxens supports the efforts of transport companies and communities to adopt a more sustainable approach by offering them a range of eco-designed solutions produced from recycled PVC or materials such as wood and even paper.

Improve the connectivity of urban transport systems

To encourage residents to limit their car trips, local authorities must improve the attractiveness and performance of their public transport. For this, there is no secret: they must offer simple and pleasant journeys. And this requires faster connections, adapted prices, an adjusted frequency of passages, and safe uses. Linxens provides innovative solutions to greener and more connected mobility to meet these challenges. Moreover, our customers and partners recognize us for our ability to develop tailor-made products while ensuring reliable and quality production. With them, we imagine applications that allow access to various types of transport (metro, train, tram, etc.) with a single card for a fluid and transparent multimodal and intermodal transport experience. Furthermore, at a time of hyperconnectivity and faced with the opportunities and risks it entails, we are unleashing the power of the IoT to optimize the identification process and thus limit the risk of fraud.

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RFID technology to generate data

Thanks to RFID technology, we make it possible to optimize the collection of essential data flows relating to the use of transport networks: travel time, mode of travel, frequency of travel, etc. All this valuable information makes it possible to adapt and improve mobility services.

Encourage inclusive and sustainable mobility

Bicycle, tram, metro, scooter, car, or electric scooter… Today, city dwellers use and combine several modes of transport to get around. Our commitment? Help transport companies and communities offer a personalized and responsible mobility experience. At Linxens, we believe that multimodal cards are crucial in guaranteeing users easy and safe access to sustainable mobility solutions. In public transport, we make it possible to accelerate passenger flow and collect the information necessary to manage them better. Enough to encourage residents to choose sustainable mobility without any hesitation.

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Taking the mobility experience even further

At Linxens, we constantly innovate to improve our solutions' performance. Currently, we are testing the BIBO (Be-In-Be-Out) technology, offering a more accessible travel experience thanks to virtual transport cards that automatically manage the ticketing process. This solution responds to inclusiveness issues by making transport more accessible and to health issues with the hands-free system.