The challenge: upgrading the subway's technology

Sales and access control systems for Peru's first subway

The challenge: upgrading the subway's technology.

After expanding the line to other areas of the city through the construction of 10 new stations, a new sales and access control system needed to be installed.

After opening the new stations, the flow of travelers exceeded 300,000 a day.

The project was planned in two stages. The first stage involved the migration of the existing systems in operation to the new sales and access control system from Indra. This technological migration was done transparently to the user and included the migration of over one million cards, equipment and software from the 16 stations in operation.

During the second stage the system was installed and set up at the new stations.

Proposed solution

Cutting-edge technology

Solutions and services designed to achieve constant improvements in: traveler control, information, financial management and resource monitoring

The solution we have designed includes:

  • Migration all of the equipment and implementation of the new sales and access control system without interrupting operation
  • Migration support from coordination and traveler information personnel
  • System installation and set-up at the new stations
  • Monitoring and control of all transportation operator activities, such as improvement of traveler information, revenue control, maintenance and increase of equipment operation time and resource management
  • Turnkey project that includes manufacturing, installation, set-up and implementation of the equipment and the sales and access control system software
  • Operator support during the migration process