Abel Rionda Rodríguez (Bledsystem), Alexander Giegerich (ATRON), Pau Muñoz García-Berlanga (Bledsystem) at the ATRON booth at UITP 2023

ATRON and Bledsystem enter into cooperation

Markt Schwaben (DE), and GIJÓN (ES) May 2023 – ATRON and Bledsystem, two leading providers of solutions for public transport operators, have partnered to offer an integrated solution that will help transport companies efficiently manage their bus fleets while decreasing costs and increasing safety in their daily operations.

With 200+ employees and 50,000+ buses equipped, ATRON has been a pioneer in innovations in public transport for more than 40 years. Intuitive software and modern hardware from ATRON increase the efficiency in public transport and the travel comfort for passengers. Future-oriented solutions for ticketing, operations control, fleet and depot management help public transport operators day by day to transport as many people as possible from door to door, safely, on time and in an environmentally friendly manner.

On the other hand, Bledsystem – the operations efficiency and safety solution for road public transport – has been implemented in thousands of buses from top class operators, helping them to reduce energy consumption while increasing safety and operations performance. The transport networks of many iconic cities such as Casablanca, Seville, Milan and Malta, among others, are fully covered by Bledsystem.

The partnership between ATRON and Bledsystem provides transport operators with an integrated solution that combines fleet management, fleet efficiency and fleet safety intelligence. ATRON’s data collection technology (ITCS/AVL) will enhance Bledsystem’s capabilities, offering operators the opportunity to fully leverage their available data and turn it into measurable improvements of their efficiency and safety. This will help them achieve their sustainability goals, while also reducing operating costs. Likewise, Bledsystem will enhance ATRON’s offering, adding to its portfolio a solution meeting the sustainability and cost reduction goals among its customers.

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