Allow your service on any device
The platform open up for new types of completely new constellations where service companies that today issue their own cards or smart devices can, through this cooperation, host their service in our ecosystem. Everything collected at the same place.
Contact Håkan Sahlén, VP Sales
Tel: +46 727326361
Frequently asked Questions
Q: What services are on the chip?
A: It’s a growing ecosystem and services are added ongoing. You can find anything between carpool access, security such as two factor authentication, and bitcoin wallets.
Q: If a public transport provider, ticket providor, arena service wish to open up for more ways of store tickets is it possible?
Q: How can a company providing contactless services connect to the Fidesmo ecosystem?
A: Start by signing up on developer.fidemo.com, access the SDK to understand what work is needed. We are more than happy to assist here with advices or development.
Q: Can all contacless services be on the Fidesmo ecosystem?
A: Yes, if your services are on Mifare, Desfire, or just short 14443 – it is a very good chance. Talk to us and we will help!
Q: Can others get access to our data?
A: No. We don’t store data in our system. There are security keys locked into the secure element on the chip who ships the data through.
VdV eTicket Service
Modern public transit tickets
“We open up new eTicket distribution channels that will attract new users that are not current VDV eTicket holders” Dr. Joseph Lutgen, Chief Scientist at VDV eTicket Service
Fidesmo opens up for modern public transit tickets. Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Berlin are among the 12 regions where VDV eTicket Service is represented and VDV eTicket Service want all be opened up for the ticketing of the future.
Fidesmo has, as a World’s first, signed a platform provider agreement with German VDV eTicket Service. This will make it possible to use all Fidesmo enabled devices and cards in public transit systems that follow the VDV eTicket Service, which in turn opens up the possibility to use your watch, your bracelet or USB dongle as ticket holder.
The platform opens up for new types of partnerships and completely new constellations where companies that today issue their own cards or smart devices can, through this cooperation, host public transit tickets. Everything collected at the same place.
Consumers choose ultimately for themselves if they want to have tickets on a physical card or for instance on smarter watches, bracelets or other devices.