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Ticketing Protocol

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Ticketing Protocol

  1. 1. Proximity based Protocol Development for Ticket Booking By: Amol Khedkar Ameet Khedkar Krishna Sisodia Kshitij Gorde Project Guide: Prof. S.A Joshi 1
  2. 2. Motivation 22 million people travel regularly and commute by trains over varying distances ranging from 10-60 kms per day. It becomes very difficult to get hold of ticketless travelers and the Railways lose a big chunk of income due to this. This project is aimed at increasing customer participation in buying tickets and facilitating ticket purchase process. 2
  3. 3. Objective • Elimination of Manual Intervention during ticketing process by cashless transaction. • Convenience of secure access using prevalent mobile technologies. • Easy verification of passenger tickets during travel. • User friendly mobile application for entering details Goal • User will be notified via SMS after a successful transaction of bank payment. • Verification of ticket will be done by matching customer’s ticket number and list available with TC. 3
  4. 4. Project Scope  A smartphone application for booking tickets using proximity technology. Ticket booking information will be sent through the application to the ticket management server which in turn sends transaction id back to the device.  An e-ticket by SMS will be sent after successful payment and the T.C will be notified for the same.  Error and failure handling between ticket management server and bank transaction server in case of link failure.  Facility to resend e-ticket SMS on the basis of acknowledgement timeout. 4
  5. 5. Tools and Platform Programming languages used: • JAVA • SQL Lite Platform: • Android  Environment • Android SmartPhone • Android Emulator 5
  6. 6. Block Diagram NFC Tag Ticket Post Details Verify Management Server Database Bank Transaction Server E- ticket by SMS Get Payment Ticket 6
  7. 7. Input Dataset • Pre-Registered User with Railway Registration System. • Registration Form containing the following fields: 1. Destination of Train 2. Train Identifier (Name/Train No) 3. Time of Travel 4. Number of Passengers 5. Customer ID (with Railway Server) • NFC Tap at Railway Station (NFC Reader’s Location is Passenger’s Source Station) • Customer Consent for Automatic Debit Authorization of Railway Server for ticketing. 7
  8. 8. Outcomes For Customer For Ticket Checker • Form Submission Notification and Prompt for waiting with Transaction ID. • SMS Confirmation of either Successful Booking or Failed Transaction Number. • Ticket Number of Confirmed Passenger. 8
  9. 9. References 1. Arnau Vives-Guasch, Magdalena Payeras-Capella, Macia Mut-Puigserver, Jordi Castella- Roca, Josep Lluis Ferrer-Gomila, “A Secure E-ticketing For Mobile Devices with Near Field Communication (NFC) that includes exculpability and reusability”,2010 2. J.M Leon-Coca, D.G Reina, S.L Toral, F.Barrero, N. Bessis, “Authentication Systems using ID cards over NFC links”,2013 3. Mahdi Asadpour, Mohammad Torabi Dashti, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, “A Privacy Friendly RFID Protocol using Reusable Anonymous Tickets”,2011 4. Vedat Coskun, Kerem Ok, Busra Ozdenizci, “Near Field Communication- From theory to practice” ,2008 5. The MD5 Message Digest Algorithm,R.L.Rivest, RFC 13 21 april 1998 9