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WISARD 2008, A workshop in COMSWARE 2008. A Cellular Fare Collection System for Suburban Railways in India. Pratik Kotkar, Kumar Mayank, Suyog Deshpande Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati.

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    1. WISARD 2008, A workshop in COMSWARE 2008 A Cellular Fare Collection System for Suburban Railways in India Pratik Kotkar, Kumar Mayank, Suyog Deshpande Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati.

    2. In metropolitan India the major form of transport for commuters daily are the local trains, leading to long queues for the ticket and also a large percentage of ticketless traveling. Here we develop the working of a system by using mobile phone technology, which has inveterated urban India, as the means of a fare collection system for suburban train travel in India. We also describe a scheme to avoid the large percentage of ticketless traveling as well as allow commuters to book tickets while traveling for their onward journey keeping all the changes easily integrable into the currently established ticketing systems. Abstract

    3. Ticketing system for trains in India Paper tickets Magnetic strip based Web and mobile ticketing Ticketing systems in other parts of the world RFID tags Magnetic strip based Current Ticket Systems

    4. Long queues for ticket issuing Lack of onboard booking Lack of computer infrastructure & high end mobiles Aversion from credit card usage Large paper consumption Shortcomings of the current system

    5. Proposed system

    6. Ticket Issuing Developed system

    7. Ticket Checking Through a device given to ticket checkers IVRS based Fare Collection Methods Card based Billed by the network Security Measures Place stamp using GPS system Time stamp given by server Proposed system

    8. Current Server side system based on an Asterisk server which can send and receive SMS. A MySQL based database that stores all details corresponding to each ticket. Future IVRS System refinement for simplified interaction Fare collection cards Research Position

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