Nautilus Technology  MyMetro   OneBusAway

Who we are?

Nautilus Technology is an Australian startup technology company with the vision of creating and accelerating competitive advantages through cutting-edge technology and solutions. MyMetro has been launched to provide support to the transit riders of Adelaide Metro. MyMetro is a free to use real-time transit platform. The real-time transit data is provided by Adelaide Metro Real-Time Data Feed.

MyMetro is using the OneBusAway transit platform. OneBusWay is a project of the non-profit Open Transit Software Foundation (OTSF). It began in 2008 as a graduate student project by Brian Ferris and Kari Watkins at the University of Washington and evolved to become the topic of both of their PhD dissertations. For more information about the original OneBusAway application, go here

MyMetro for Adelaide Metro continues to be maintained and supported by Nautilus Technology for transit riders in the entire Adelaide region. You may find additional tools and information for riding transit in our region at MyMetro web application.

MyMetro is more than an app, it's a platform

Mobile Apps

Native mobile apps for Android and iOS (iPhone), as well as less common interfaces such as Amazon Alexa and Pebble watch.


The customizable, ADA-compliant web application provides real-time vehicle locations and stop arrival estimates.

Rich APIs

Reinventing the wheel is expensive. Developers can leverage MyMetro to build tools and applications customized to your needs.


Set up a scrolling bus arrival sign instantly, without any extra configuration.


Enable text-message service for real-time arrivals.


Enable phone service for real-time arrivals.

MyMetro is...


MyMetro powers real-time information for Australia wide metropolitan cities, serving millions of riders daily. Our system is flexible enough so that it is just a matter of time to integrate with any new transport authority. All we need is to get the GTFS and GTFS-R data from the agency. Most of the Australian State Governments is publishing public transport data under Open Data program.


Transit agencies have saved as much as 60%, compared to the cost of using proprietary vendor software or creating their own solutions from scratch.



It can be deployed at agencies of all sizes across Australia. and even internationally. At this moment we have integrated Adelaide Metro. Work in progress to integrate other major metropolitan cities of Australia.


Google Translate