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Ulf Bjersing MSc
– Employed at Hogia Public Transport Systems.
– Developing and designing IT-systems and integrations for Public Transport in the Nordic countries since 1990.
– InformNorden IT Award winner 2015.
– Experiences from participating in EBSF1, 3iBS and EBSF2 projects.
– Engaged in the standardisation working groups of Transmodel, SIRI and NeTEx.
– Is part of the project team working with the latest enhancements of Transmodel that also includes Bourée K., Duquesne C., JS Knowles N., Arneodo F.,Tibaut A. and Reynolds S.


  • June 11: Open data policies to drive your business

    Open Data since 2010 - Swedish Success Factors and Lessons Learnt

    Open public transport data may be the foundation for future mobility solutions. Swedish PTAs have provided open data since 2010, allowing any user to to develop smart services for tomorrow's travellers. The speakers will elaborate on milestones in this history of collaboration, how open data benefits society, why standardization and data quality is essential for making open data truly useful, and how to navigate among today’s different data formats.
  • June 11: Connecting buses for smarter mobility

    Transmodel enhancements: Towards smarter public transport information across Europe

    Providing dependable information with enough detail for the complete trip is crucial for the public acceptance of combined mobility solutions and making multimodal travelling across Europe possible. Standardization is crucial when combining information from different providers in different countries into unified information. Transmodel provides a common language and data model underpinning many data exchange standards in public transport, such as NeTEx, SIRI and OJP. Transmodel forms a foundation for making truly interoperable system of systems possible and has in its latest version been extended with enhanced support for accessibility aspects and the inclusion of a more advanced trip model that also covers alternative modes.