This is the debut of Adelaide's new public transport smart card ticketing system.
It is called Metrocard and will be tried out by the start date of 2013 this year.
The new "touch and go" ticket verification system can use the existing magnetic Crouzet system, the new smart subway card, solo travel and one-day ticket as magnetic tickets.
Advertisers know that they will try out 10 new machines on the bus route across Adelaide Hill.
Transportation Minister Patrick Conron says this is another example of the public transport system under the leadership of the Rann government.
"It's part of an unprecedented $2 billion decade --
Long-term investment in public transport infrastructure . "
"24 years after using the magnetic zet system, we introduced ticketing technology, reflecting the faster and more efficient public transport network we are building.
"When you board the plane, getting on the bus, train or tram will be an easy thing to do, just touch the prepaid subway card to the authenticator," he said . ".
The state government has already spent $42 million on the system, which will be installed in a timely manner on all buses, trains and electric vehicles for the electrified of the city's rail network.
There will be Metropolitan cards-
Built-in security that allows the registration card to be blocked by the system when it is reported to be lost or stolen.
"We are taking advantage of proven technology that is in place and operates overseas in Europe, the United States and Canada," Mr Conlon said . ".
Metrocard will replace the current multi-way ticket, which will be phased out with the installation of the new machine.
Metrocard can be charged at selected retail stores, stations, vending machines, trains and trams, and online.
It is also possible to set up an "auto-load" facility, which is nominated by the customer for a bank account and when the credit is below a certain level, the amount will be automatically reloaded onto Metrocard.