Introduction : The ticket machines would end the use of the hefty 1.5-kg ticket racks carried by conductors. It would also end the practice of tearing out tickets and marking fare stages.
The Conductor would just have to key in the details about the fare stage and the ticket machine would print out the ticket.
The machine weighs only 800 grams and is convenient to carry. The parameters are almost like
that of a railway ticket, the only difference being that the machine is portable.
The machine can print out 2,300 tickets, including the journey report in order to facilitate inspection by the corporation's checking inspectors.
The ticket machines would help prevent loss on account of malpractice.
It would also help in providing adequate data to the corporation, particularly with regard to the boarding of passengers from fare stages and important points.
This would help the corporation prepare and organize its schedules more efficiently on the basis of traffic demand.
Besides, it would provide data on concessions given to various sections. Another additional feature is that the data in the ticket machine could be fed into the computer.
More over the depots of the corporation would be fully computerized so we want to add some other modules in our domain for depot’s verification.
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