The rail industry depends heavily on integrations with different systems, for example rail control management and stations’ infrastructure.

Ticketing and route planning rely on those integrations, which is why there are limits that we have to account for in the rail industry.

  • There has to be a possibility of coupling and decoupling train cars between destinations. We have to take into account the numeration of rolling stock and situations that the cars will be decoupled. Turnit Ride’s modular architecture and flexible inventory management is capable of adapting to these conditions.
  • When it comes to seats in trains, in addition to larger amounts of seats compared to buses, there is a wider variety of different seat classes, for example first class, coupe, seats with or without a table, etc., which also complicates train coach layout designs. Turnit Ride’s inventory management module is able to adjust to these complex problems and give the operator a complete real-time overview of their inventory.
  • In some regions, buying a ticket doesn’t automatically reserve you a seat. The seat has to be booked separately for a fee.