The Cubic Circuit is a series of publications that focus on showing how Cubic’s systems and services support our customers. It highlights key contract awards, program milestones, new technologies, and employee achievements. The publication is produced approximately 10 times a year.
Cubic wins rail services contract in Sydney, Australia.
Patco open payment system progresses to Phase Two.
Cubic providing transit security system for testing by Canadian government.
New system shines during trials.
Cubic helps cut fare evasion in Brisbane.
Cubic wins contract from Organization of American States to provide training and support at six ports in Panama.
Miramar team helps pilots keep their edge.
Cubic supplying walkway and gates for Harry Potter station in London.
Cubic wins two more years of parking services at LA and Ontario airports .
Cubic to equip high-tech "tactical villiage" for first responder training.
A PATCO High Speed Train crosses the Benjamin Franklin Bridge toward New Jersey at sunset. Cubic will test its open payment technology on the line as part of a year-long pilot program.
Scores of trolley buses await the next day's riders in Vancouver, Canada, where Cubic has won a major new contract to design, install, operate and maintain a smart card system.
Everything a Cubic team does at the British Army Training Unit Suffield in Canada is focused on preparing an after-action presentation like this one, at which officers critique a massive training exercise.
A new contract has transferred Transport for London's ticketing operations to Cubic.
An F-15 from the Montana Air National Guard's 120th Fighter Wing flies over farmland during air combat training. A Cubic P5 pod hangs under its right wing.
Riders pass through fare gates in Los Angeles, where Cubic has won a new services contract.
Marines come under small-arms fire during a training exercise in the Infantry Immersion Trainer at Camp Pendleton in Southern California.
Cubic has won a contract valued at more than $370 million for a smart card ticketing system in Sydney, Australia.
A data link built by Cubic helped the USS Carl Vinson, pictured off the coast of Haiti, rescue earthquake survivors.
A San Diego Trolley leaves Grantville Station. Almost two-thirds of the county’s pass users have converted to Cubic’s Compass Card.
Three Marines race to a badly wounded comrade under the cover of a smoke grenade. The scene was part of an exercise in California at the Combat Center at Twentynine Palms, where Cubic instructors are helping train Marines to be military advisors in Afghanistan.
A Royal Australian Air Force F/A-18 carries a Cubic pod on its wingtip during a training exercise. A team of Cubic employees supports air combat training at a base in southeast Australia.