Cityspace Buys Kizoom
Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief
Yesterday it was announced that Cityspace had bought Kizoom. Kizoom are basically a mobile and internet transport information provider.
Kizoom, founded in 1999 boasts the five biggest UK mobile operators, Transport for London (TfL) and National Rail Enquiries (NRE) amongst others as its customers.
Since 1996 Cityspace has been delivering digital information to users in public spaces through screens and touch screen terminals. Today the Company is focused on delivering information services to the travelling public for many of the largest and most innovative authorities and operators in transport.
Cityspace is an information broadcast specialist that transforms transport data into traveller information for bus, rail and air passengers to make it easy to use public transport. The information is delivered at the point of need through a range of interactive terminals, broadcast screens and now to mobile phones and the web. Over 60 clients across the UK benefit from Cityspace’s expertise in content design and development, data and network management and ‘smart’ street furniture design, installation and management. Visit www.cityspace.com for more information.