Thursday, October 30, 2008

Global firms to bid for Metro fare system

Global firms to bid for Metro fare system
TIMES NEWS NETWORK

Bangalore: The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation (BMRC) has set its sights on contractors who will bid for the final contract to develop Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) system at Namma Metro stations. It shortlisted a mix of 11 consortia and individual firms that passed preliminary screening.
These firms are eligible to participate in the final race for designing, manufacturing, supplying, testing and commissioning AFC system.
The system will have smart card facility with integrated services. It will comprise token initialization devices, central network, ticket machines, portable cardreaders and automatic gates.
BMRC’S 11
Telvent Trafico y Transporte (Spain) HCL Infosystems (India)/ Indra Sistemas SA (Spain) Thales Transportation Systems SA (France)/ Thales International India IBM India/LG CNS (Korea)/ MSI Global (Singapore) M-Tech Innovations (India)/ Hyundai Information Technology (Korea) Singapore Technologies Electronics AP Trans (Belgium)/ Prodata Systems (Belgium) ACS Solutions Switzerland/ Kerala State Electronics Development Corporation Samsung SDS (Korea)/ Kalindee Rail Nirman (India) Nippon Signal (Japan)/ Mitsubishi (Japan) Tata Consultancy Services (India)/ ERG Transit Systems (Australia)

2 Comments:

At Wednesday, June 24, 2009 at 1:01:00 PM GMT+5:30, Blogger statusPunk said...

who finaly won the AFC system project for Bnagalore Metro...any idea

 
At Monday, July 27, 2009 at 4:18:00 PM GMT+5:30, Blogger Unknown said...

Samsung won it

 

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