Passenger-Assist Railway Display System (PARDS) Launched, Sets First at LRT 2 Stations

Little by little, our own railway systems are getting modernized from cashless payments, more efficient train coaches and now delivering real time information either inside or you are about to hop on your next train ride with the introduction recently of Passenger-Assist Railway Display System (PARDS)




PARDS is a project of Light Railway Transit Authority (LRTA) and Trackmate Business Solutions. The idea is bring a dynamic passenger information display designed for it's commuters to get real time news and updates while on board of the train




The opening ceremonies led by LRTA Administrator Gen. Reynaldo I. Berroya. He added that the national government did not have to spend a single peso to put this modern move possible for the benefit of the commuters with the help of Trackmate which is an all-pinoy tech company



The project is currently on it's trial stge as they are targetting to put 40 LED screens per train to all running LRT 2 train coaches and will be fully operational.



Those who are about to catch a ride on LRT 2 will surely be happy as they can also see the real time train updates (to estimated time of arrival and depature or might-be problems that will arise), to weather and important news updates with the help of downloading the LRTA app which only available for Android users and it is for free. Because of PARDS, it is also made LRT 2 more secured with the addition of GPS to monitor their units from the LRTA Control Center

When I asked one of their technical team on the app and relation to PARDS, their servers are ready in case that hundreds of thousands of people will inquire simultaneously on the said services that PARDS and the app can do. They are also trying their best to make PARDS available too in MRT and LRT 1 in the years to come. So far, the news updates will be powered by pageone.ph

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May 6, 2017

Passenger-Assist Railway Display System (PARDS) Launched, Sets First at LRT 2 Stations

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Little by little, our own railway systems are getting modernized from cashless payments, more efficient train coaches and now delivering real time information either inside or you are about to hop on your next train ride with the introduction recently of Passenger-Assist Railway Display System (PARDS)




PARDS is a project of Light Railway Transit Authority (LRTA) and Trackmate Business Solutions. The idea is bring a dynamic passenger information display designed for it's commuters to get real time news and updates while on board of the train




The opening ceremonies led by LRTA Administrator Gen. Reynaldo I. Berroya. He added that the national government did not have to spend a single peso to put this modern move possible for the benefit of the commuters with the help of Trackmate which is an all-pinoy tech company



The project is currently on it's trial stge as they are targetting to put 40 LED screens per train to all running LRT 2 train coaches and will be fully operational.



Those who are about to catch a ride on LRT 2 will surely be happy as they can also see the real time train updates (to estimated time of arrival and depature or might-be problems that will arise), to weather and important news updates with the help of downloading the LRTA app which only available for Android users and it is for free. Because of PARDS, it is also made LRT 2 more secured with the addition of GPS to monitor their units from the LRTA Control Center

When I asked one of their technical team on the app and relation to PARDS, their servers are ready in case that hundreds of thousands of people will inquire simultaneously on the said services that PARDS and the app can do. They are also trying their best to make PARDS available too in MRT and LRT 1 in the years to come. So far, the news updates will be powered by pageone.ph

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