Inside the lounge there is a large main passenger information board showing the current time, destinations and actual departure time. The LED matrix is based on a 4mm raster (raster distance between successive RGB diodes). Dysten installed a total of two such devices – the second one works in the outside departure zone, next to the TFT LCD info-kiosk displaying city information.
On the platforms above the bus departure stands, there are 6 double-sided passenger information displays showing the line number, destination and real-time departure information. All passenger information display boards are equipped with many sensors. They allow for remote monitoring and inform the dispatcher about events such as opening the device, shock / glass breakage, etc. After dark, the sensors automatically reduce the brightness of the displayed information.
Dysten delivered 8 passenger information displays and 2 infokiosks and integrated them with the passenger information system.
According to the residents, the transfer center in Pszczyna is friendly, they like it and use it willingly. The well-planned network of connections, the aesthetics of the facility, a photo gallery in an air-conditioned hall and lots of flowers create a space where waiting is more like relaxing than nervously waiting for a bus. The actual departure times displayed by the Dysten devices mean that the nervousness typical of ordinary stops is completely absent.
Despite the pandemic, the hall is open to passengers – Pszczyna did not follow the example of other cities that closed waiting rooms to travelers.