How many people will use their mobile phones to find out the time of their next bus or train? Chief operating officer of Kizoom Damian Bown will explain just how far Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) technology has progressed.
Kizoom has already launched a service that zaps train timetables on to WAP mobiles and informs users of train delays. The service which currently operates in London and the South East has 10,000 registered users. Bown is developing new mobile phone services with operators such as countdowns for when your next bus will turn up.
'Digital countdowns at bus stops are very expensive to install due to the cost of digging up the road, ' he says.
Bown will also talk about the future of the market. 'We want to develop smarter phones that can anticipate the kind of journeys you want to make, ' he says.
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