Syntax Sp.z o.o. - the private business established in 1989 and oriented on modern technologies for public sector as:
- public administration
- banking and insurance sector
- public transportation
Syntax Sp. z o.o. is the exclusive representative of CONDUENT - the leading company in fare collection systems for public transport. Delivered the most modern and largest fare collection system in Central Europe functioning in Warsaw. ACS has a 30-year experience in this domain and has installed systems in more than 100 cities worldwide.
Syntax was responsible for all transmission installations in the depots, all metro stations equipped with over 340 access gates, 1900 buses and 460 trams.
At present Syntax is involve in the system integration projects for public transport as well as responsible for the maintenance the equipments installed
for the need of the Warsaw Public Transport Fare Collection System.
Our strong points are:
- good product
- long term excelent customer relations
- well understand customer needs
- product development
- atractive designe
- bussines models fited to cusomer needs
- competent maintenance & service on each level
Warsaw - Poland
ZTM - Public transports of Warsaw Installation of 8700 validators, 2100 control units, 160 access control gates and 350 booking office machines all processing magnetic tickets and contactless cards.
Athens - Greece
The stations on the railway line between Athens International Airport and the city center are equipped with 64 ticket vending machines and 113 validators supplied by ACS and controlled by the ACS Arcos Terminal Management System.
Berlin - Germany
BVG Berlin operates over 700 ultra-modern ticket vending machines. Machines accept payment with cash, ec-Card, GeldKarte and credit cards. The entire system is supervised by the ACS Arcos management system.
Berne - Switzerland
The Swiss Federal Railways operate 1100 TVMs with the latest technology on their entire network. These include touch-screen and support for all means of payment, such as cashless payment (credit and debit cards) up to REKA-cheques.
Bursa - Turkey
After Adana and Kayseri, in 2002 Bursa became the third Turkish city to install a state of the art ticketing system.
Calgary - Canada
ACS was commissioned to install and network 105 new ticket vending machines and ticket validators. ARCOS management system handles the central control.
Greater Paris - France
The millions of people who use transport public every day in the Ile-de-France region around Paris first got to know contactless ticketing in late 2001 on RATP metro and buses.
Hong Kong - China
A system that simplifies travel for the visually handicapped.
Houston - USA
A 100 % contactless ticketing system for one of the most extensive and most innovative networks in the United States.
Leon - Mexico
The first contactless fare collection system in Mexico improving passenger safety and increasing revenue by reducing fraud.
Lyon - France
Implementation of contactless technology of the AFC system and supply of 4000 dual technology validators, 400 platform validators, 320 automatic ticket issuing machines, 300 agent’s machines and 50 ticket office machines.
Mexico City - Mexico
A sharp increase in urban traffic was behind Mexico City Federal Districts decision to reorganise its public transport systems in 2005.
Naples - Italy
In addition to validators, the ACS fare collection system includes machines for issuing and reloading tickets and customising contactless passes and a central control system.
New Jersey - USA
New Jersey Transit (NJT), an ACS customer since 1994, has again selected an ACS ticketing system for the new Hudson-Bergen Light Rail system.
Nice - France
The ACS equipment installed in Nice is designed to include operating as well as ticketing data. This application will enable the network's services to be adapted to suit demand.
NS The Netherlands
The Dutch National Railways, Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS) is gearing its revenue collection largely to self-service ticketing and a ticketing system with ultra-modern touchscreen ticket vend-ing machines from ACS.
The NSB rail network is relying on interoperable e-ticketing with a comprehensive, networked fare collection and control system from ACS.
Paris - France
RATP with more than 5000 validators, 250 access control gates and 750 Ticket vending machines.
Rennes - France
The capital of Brittany is a young and dynamic city with over 400,000 inhabitants and with a pioneering public transport policy which, since 1999, has put it at the forefront of Europe.
Terni - Italy
From Terni to Orvieto and from Perugia to Narni, residents of Umbria (in central Italy) have been able to travel across a single transport area since 2004.
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For SYNTAX, the mission is: