Delivery of an eco-driving application based on the EBSF gateway architecture
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Flygbussarna Airport coaches, a fully held subsidiary of Veolia Transport Sweden has signed an agreement with Pilotfish on the delivery of an eco-driving application based on the EBSF gateway architecture in their whole fleet.
Pilotfish has an installed based of several thousands of buses throughout Sweden and Europe. The system has been evaluated in trials against other systems from quality and user perspectives. Christian Monstein, development manager at Flygbussarna states the following "the continuous high savings on fuel in combination with good reporting and the fact that the system is based on the EBSF gateway architecture made the choice of Pilotfish obvious to us." Christian Monstein continues "Another advantage is the fact that the system is based on a gateway architecture that allows us to add further applications without committing to one supplier."
Pilotfish system Bus Operator Toolbox builds on a European pre-standard developed within the EBSF project. "We are very happy to see the work that we have all put into shaping the future of IT-systems in buses is quickly becoming a reality and we wish Veolia and Pilotfish the best in their implementation", said Umberto Guida, Project Director of European Bus System of the Future, UITP.
ABOUT FLYGBUSSARNA AIRPORT COACHES
Flygbussarna is a fully held subsidiary of Veolia Transport Sweden AB. Flygbussarna Airport Coaches offer convenient and comfortable bus services to and from all the major airports in Sweden.
Pilotfish offers systems and applications to bus fleet operators throughout Europe.