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The reconstruction of the historic railway station in Białystok is coming to end. In the second half of August, passenger information displays in accordance with the IPI6 requirements of PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe SA will be installed at the station. Dysten will provide a passenger information

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Are you on the lookout for groundbreaking technology that is improving the rail and smart mobility industry? Visit the regional show for innovation, technology and strategy - Middle East Rial in Dubaj - February 25-26.

Integrated interchange hub  Purchasing innovative rolling stock and creating new communication lines are not the quickest developing trends in public communication. Self-governments are increasingly more interested in integrating stops for various means of transport by combining them into efficient interchange hubs.

Project title: „Promotion of the Dysten Company’s products on international markets by means of participation in an IT/ICT branch-oriented program.” Beneficiary: DYSTEN L.L.C. Project cost: PLN 371 900,00 European Funds’ share: PLN 278 925,00