In this guest post, freelance journalist Lydia Wilkins describes what it's like to be autistic and to have "no filter", which affects her experiences using public transport.
This past year has been very exciting for both JNCTION and for innovation in the rail sector, so we wanted a new website which reflected our position in the market.
We were recently interviewed by the wonderful Lydia Wilkins at Mademoiselle Women blog about our Aubin Journey Planner app.
JNCTION was invited to deliver a presentation to CRRC Corporation Ltd covering the topic of Innovation in the UK rail sector on 12th July 2018.
We are now going full speed ahead developing Aubin, the journey planner app for autistic people - but we need your help!
We are pleased to announce that we have been selected as one of seven companies to receive government funding as part of the RSSB’s Rail Accessibility Competition for Aubin: our first-of-its-kind Autism Journey Planner App.
Aubin started with a conversation with one of our clients about creating a travel app for autistic children. One of our team, who is parent to an autistic teenager came up with the suggestion of a needs focused journey planner based on travel preferences, rather than the quickest route. As a team we discussed how a journey planner could be made to tackle the issues faced by autistic people when using public transport and from this the idea behind Aubin was born.
For the past few months, we have been working with train operator London Midland as part of their LMLabs Cohort 2 programme. LMLabs is an innovation lab and startup accelerator that brings together new technology projects, and customer experience research.
We are pleased to announce that our Aubin: Journey Planner App for Autistic People has been selected as one of 10 projects to take part in the London Midland Labs Accelerator programme in Birmingham.
We worked with Northern Rail to provide them a knowledge base app that would revolutionise their operation notices process.
JNCTION is the new name for Artonezero's rail related products and services. JNCTION's goal is to provide exceptional Web, App and Big Data Digital Rail solutions for improving passenger journey experiences. Unlike traditional suppliers we aim to deliver solutions in months not years and to be an 'easy to work with' delivery partner for rail companies.
We are very pleased to announce that JNCTION's Lorolpedia custom knowledge base app was submitted as part of London Overground's award winning portfolio for Rail Technology Magazine’s Passenger Experience Award 2016.
Lorolpedia is an award-winning knowledge-base app designed and developed by JNCTION for the London Overground frontline staff team
The Lorolpedia Driver app is a communications app designed by JNCTION that improves information flow to London Overground train drivers.
DART (Darwin Analysis and Reporting Tool) is LOROL’s operations dashboard, created by JNCTION, that interfaces to the Darwin API to provide key staff with alerts of delayed, cancelled and amended trains and rapid and detailed analysis report of Controller performance.
London Overground Rail Operations Ltd (LOROL) is the train operating company responsible for running the London Overground network under a Concession Agreement with Transport for London (TfL). TfL and LOROL work closely to deliver high quality rail services .