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Vehicle management system

  1. 1. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 1 ABSTRACT
  2. 2. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 2 1:ABSTRACT Will be able to create new users and change the passwords. He can add or update the employee information in the company. He can add and view the information of Transport categories and also available routes. Depending on the users‟ demands, new route and also new pick up points can be added to the database. It is every company‟s need to see the welfare of its employees by providing transportation for the employees to attend their duties successfully. This is the reason many MNC companies maintain their own fleet and sometimes takes the help of third party transport systems also. When several employees wish to utilize the bus services provided by the company, naturally the company employees need a system to allot the buses and oversee the transportation. Corporate Company‟s Vehicle Managementis a software that quenches this need. Corporate Company‟s Vehicle Management has four types of users. The administrator of this software Beyond this, the administrator can also act as a normal user and book a bus or cab for himself. He has authority to place a cab request or cancel a request for a bus. This system calculates fare depending on three categories: short distance, medium and long distance and the fare would be deducted from the employees‟ salaries. When an employee of the company wants to avail the transportation facility, he will forward a request which will be approved by the administrator depending on the availability of room in the bus. When an employee wants a cab, it will be arranged by the approver and later depending on the recommendation of the project manager the charge may or may not be deducted from the employee salary. Approver is another user of this system. He can view the details of transport categories, routes and pick up points. He can approve a request for a cab from an employee and store the information of assigned cab. The transport people can view all the information related to who are the employees utilizing the transportation. They can take a decision to approve or disapprove the requests placed for transportation. They can arrange a cab physically for the employee and send the cab details to the employee who placed the request.
  3. 3. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 3 Users and guest users are employees who want to use the transport facility. The users can place their request for a bus to reach the company or for a cab when they want to go to a different place. These requests are approved or declined by the transport people or project manager. This application has rich user interface so that novice users can access easily. This application provides the management reports like Occupancy report, Approval status report, to track the usage of company‟s transport facility as well as cab facility. Technologies used: J2SE, Servlets, JSP, JDBC and Java Script.
  4. 4. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 4 REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS
  5. 5. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 5 2:REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS 2.1:INTRODUCTION Vehicle Management System is software which is helpful for bus operators, who wants to operate many bus trips in a day. Vehicle Management System is a windows application written for 32-bit Windows operating systems which focused in the area of adding, editing and deleting the passengers, staff and the bus routes. In this software a person can be register as a user and he can manage the bus routes and the staff, passengers‟ details. He can add a bus and its details including bus route details. User can also add the details of the staff and their duty time in the system. There are mainly 5 modules in this software Bus Management Route Management Employee Management Passenger Management In Bus module a user can add a new bus details to the database. He can set the details of the route and the timing also. Bus details like the type, engine number, seating capacity and the route in which the bus is going to be operated are added. Whenever the user wants to modify these details he can update new values through this software. Route Management module deals with the route management of the bus. A user can add the route and if he wants he can change it or delete that route. The main advantage is that this module is helpful for the agents to get details of the route and the details of the bus which have trip to that route. He can also get the information of the number of seats available in a particular day. Employee details of any bus can add to the database and this is helpful to the bus operators in the case of the salary and bates for the employee. An operator can add the personal details and if we want to edit or delete he can done modification using the Vehicle Management System. This is very helpful for the passenger also; if they have any complaint against staff he can approach the operator and easily identify the employee. Details of every passenger are stored in the system. A user can add a passenger only one time and if he came again operator can identify that person. Operator can add, edit and delete the details of the passenger.It is every company‟s need to see the welfare of its employees by providing transportation for the employees to attend their duties successfully. This is the reason many MNC companies maintain their own fleet and sometimes takes the help of third party transport systems also. When several employees wish to utilize the bus services provided by the company, naturally the company employees need a system to allot the buses and oversee the transportation. Corporate Company‟s Vehicle Managementis a software that quenches this need.
  6. 6. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 6 Corporate Company‟s Vehicle Management has four types of users. The administrator of this software will be able to create new users and change the passwords. He can add or update the employee information in the company. He can add and view the information of Transport categories and also available routes. Depending on the users‟ demands, new route and also new pick up points can be added to the database. Beyond this, the administrator can also act as a normal user and book a bus or cab for himself. He has authority to place a cab request or cancel a request for a bus. This system calculates fare depending on three categories: short distance, medium and long distance and the fare would be deducted from the employees‟ salaries. When an employee of the company wants to avail the transportation facility, he will forward a request which will be approved by the administrator depending on the availability of room in the bus. When an employee wants a cab, it will be arranged by the approver and later depending on the recommendation of the project manager the charge may or may not be deducted from the employee salary. Approver is another user of this system. He can view the details of transport categories, routes and pick up points. He can approve a request for a cab from an employee and store the information of assigned cab.The transport people can view all the information related to who are the employees utilizing the transportation. They can take a decision to approve or disapprove the requests placed for transportation. They can arrange a cab physically for the employee and send the cab details to the employee who placed the request. Users and guest users are employees who want to use the transport facility. The users can place their request for a bus to reach the company or for a cab when they want to go to a different place. These requests are approved or declined by the transport people or project manager. This application has rich user interface so that novice users can access easily. This application provides the management reports like Occupancy report, Approval status report, to track the usage of company‟s transport facility as well as cab facility Vehicle Management System is developed and customized for commercial fleet owners and organizations. Its modules support most type of vehicles (passenger, Truck, construction and other commercial vehicles). It really reduces your vehicles cost while increasing performance and dependability Vehicle Management System uses JAVA as the front end and MS Access as the back end. It involves four modules, Bus Management, Route Management, Employee Management & Passenger Management.
  7. 7. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 7 In Bus module a user can add a new bus details to the database. This proposed system is very useful for the operators and passengers. This avoids the overheads for the operators. Front-end : Java (JDK 1.7 or use Java IDE like Net Beans 6.0) Back-end : MS Access 2003 or later FEATURES ADMIN View/Edit/Delete Vehicle Details View/Edit/Delete Driver Details Fuel Expences/ Oil Change Details Vehicle Repair History Booking Status Detail USER MODULE Login/Registration of User Take a Car trip (Google Map Integration) View Car Details Car Booking
  8. 8. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 8 ORGANIZATION PROFILE: ABOUT THE COMPANY Honeypot IT Consulting Private Limited is an internationally established software development company with offices USA and India. The Indian office and development centre is located in a state-of-art facility in the heart of Hyderabad; India. Honeypot IT is into software product development and enterprise consulting services. Honeypot IT service offerings cater to multiple industry domains and verticals, following full or partial SDLC, optimally customized to cater to specific client needs. Honey pot also provide human resources for the different areas of a software development life cycle. VISION Honey pot IT Solutions is an interactive and technology solution Provider. We help clients to plan their online strategy, budget their technology investments, integrate critical applications, and implement projects that achieve business objectives and improve performance. Since our inception we have focused on building dynamic, user-focused web sites, intranet's and extranets, supported by interactive marketing and e-communication campaigns.
  9. 9. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 9 MISSION VALUES Since its inception, Honey pot IT has been governed by its core values. They shape the culture and define the character of our company. They guide how we behave and make decisions. CLIENT VALUE CREATION Improving our clients‟ business performance, creating long-term, win-win relationships and focusing on execution excellence. RESPECT FOR THE INDIVIDUAL Valuing diversity, ensuring an interesting and inclusive environment and treating people as we would like to be treated ourselves. INTEGRITY Inspiring trust by taking responsibility, acting ethically and encouraging honest and open debate. Honey pot IT Consulting services range from customized software design and development services to product based enterprise and web application development. Honey pot IT service offerings cater to multiple industry domains and verticals, following full or partial SDLC, optimallycustomized to cater to specific client needs. Honey pot IT service offerings are based on its understanding of clients' business processes and functional requirements. The business domain knowledge is then applied to develop software solutions by utilizing the available pool of technical skill sets and proven methodologies. Honey pot IT offer specialized services in outsourced software development, which allows our clients to focus on their core competencies, while outsourcing IT requirements to Honey pot IT.
  10. 10. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 10 The clients benefit from Honey pot it‟s spectrum of technology tools, quality services and low cost of development. List of services Application Services Product Engineering Web Designing & Development Search Engine Optimization QA & Testing Service About the Project: Problem statement is one of the basic and important phases of project phase. When the basic problem is determined, it is documented and the symptomatic problem is analyzed, then the current list of basic problem is completed. A system is simply a set of components that interact to accomplish some purpose. Transport Portal is an online software application which fulfills the requirement of a typical management of details of vehicles, Transport Categories, Routes and the requests for bus or cab from the employees in a company. It provides the interface to users in a graphical way to manage the daily transactions. Also provides the management reports like Bus Request details, Bus occupancy, Cab Request details, Cab Request Status etc.
  11. 11. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 11 The aim of this application is to reduce the manual effort needed to manage transactions in a company. Also this application provides an interface to users to view the details like the Transport Categories, Vehicle details, Routes, Bus and Cab Requests etc. Current system is a manual one in which users are maintaining ledgers, books etc to store the information like vehicles details, routes details, bus requests and approvals etc.. 2.2:LITERATURE SURVEY Purpose The purpose of the literature survey relating to vehicle utilisation transport optimisation and the implementation of „green‟ transport management measures within the freight industry with a view to minimise the negative impact of road freight transport on the environment. Design/Methodology/Approach This report first reviews the key constraints on vehicle utilisation, before examining opportunities to optimise transport operations. Within the remit of this report, three key areas for improved efficiencies within the industry are identified: logistical efficiency, vehicle utilisation and driver training and behaviour. Findings Environmental issues will increasingly influence the way transport managers do their jobs. Currently, there is a growing field of governmental literature offering advice and guidance. Research Limitations/implications The scope of this review is limited by the availability of literature and time. As a broad study, it does not present the full range of literature on the state of green transport management, but attempts to give an overview of the main concerns and areas for improvement. The text and case studies are illustrative of the previous work done in this field.
  12. 12. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 12 Practical implications This report highlights limitations faced by transport managers in attempting to operate vehicles efficiently and draws together environmentally-related literature that offers guidance to transport managers. Originality/value As a literature review it aims to synthesise previous work rather than develop new perspectives. It should provide a foundation for future research in this field. This literature survey was prepared for the research team of Project SceneSusTech which was funded by the European Commission‟s Targeted Socio-Economic Reasearch programme.it is an empirical study of the „vehicle system‟ in four European Countries(Athens,Bologna,Dublin and Helsinki); funding was for two years from January 1998 to December 1999.The empirical work for the project was delayed and is only now (March 2001) nearing completion.A full list of published reports from the project is provided in Appendix 2 of this document. A draft version of this literature review, written by Dr .Maria Lohan, was submitted to the European Commission in July 1998.This initial version was also distributed at the time to the research team..The research team also received a review of some French and Iltalian literature prepared by the Italian partners and the review of Finnish literature from the Finnish partners.These separate reviews were the background for the team‟s emperical research. Offering the greatest flexibility in terms of timings and destinations compared with other modes, road transport dominants freight distribution in the UK (64.4% of all goods transported (tonne-kms) in 2005 was carried by road) (Department for Transport, 2006a). In moving this amount of freight by road, companies use 1 billion litres of fuel and produce 28 million tonnes of CO2 each year (Freight Transport Association, 2003), or approximately 5% of total CO2 emissions in the UK (McKinnon, 2007). Aside from the direct negative effects of greenhouse-gas emissions, freight traffic contributes to increased noise levels, congestion and accidents. Current forecasts suggest that the number of truck-kms will increase by 10-11% between 2000 and 2010 (Department for Transport, 2006a). It is against this backdrop of projected growth and associated environmental impacts that the government has set objectives for improving environmental performance of freight transport by improving vehicle efficiency, minimising congestion, making better use of road
  13. 13. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 13 infrastructure and reducing greenhouse gas emissions (Department for the Environment, Transport and the Regions, 1999a). Within this context, the European Commission highlights five main approaches to the adoption of environmental concerns in freight transport (European Commission, 2001). 1. Reducing the impact of freight through cleaner, alternative fuels and improved truck design; 2. Driver training and behaviour; 3. Improving vehicle utilisation by increasing load factors, utilising new information technology, improving routing and collaboration between companies; 4. Switching to more environmentally-friendly modes; & 5. City logistics. This report considers the first three EC approaches, and will examine the optimisation of transport, the utilisation of vehicles and associated transport management decisions. The rest of this report is organised as follows: Section 2 outlines key performance measures associated with vehicle utilisation; Section 3 highlights constraints on the optimisation of freight transport; Sections 4-5 considers various efficiency measures aimed at either reducing fuel consumption or maximising vehicle use and Section 6 draws conclusions and makes suggestions for future research. Transport managers have to make quite difficult decisions regarding the loading of vehicles, owing to the almost exclusively one-directional movement of freight consignments from point of production to point of consumption. The challenge in the freight industry is to find backloads for returning vehicles, by making use of spare capacity on the return leg of a delivery journey (McKinnon & Ge, 2006). Yet it seems that empty running is inherent in the freight industry (Gorkie, 2006). Not only does the returning empty vehicle represent a wasted resource in economic terms, but such a journey is increasingly seen as having an environmental consequence (Department for the Environment, Transport and the Regions, 1999a). For instance, Table 1 illustrates that empty running for all goods vehicles in 2005 was 27.4% (Department for Transport, 2006a), representing 6,103 million kilometres when vehicles were driven unladen, but were contributing to noise and air pollution, congestion, and health and safety issues. Although fewer in number than other types of truck, over a third of journeys undertaken by rigids over 25-tonnes are run empty.
  14. 14. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 14 Over the last 30 years in the UK the proportion of empty running by trucks has steadily declined, with resultant economic and environmental benefits (McKinnon & Ge, 2006); although in the last couple of years this downward trend has faltered, leaving the question as to whether stable levels have been reached. Ultimately though, some transport practitioners believe that empty running will stabilise at around the mid- to low 20s% (McKinnon, 2006, per. comm.). Within these overall figures there can be wide variations between sectors, even when different fleets are engaged in similar delivery patterns. Léonardi & Baumgartner (2004) found that in Germany the container transportation business recorded almost half their truck kilometers as running empty (48%), whilst in Britain the retail sector tends to have slightly lower than average empty running of vehicles (McKinnon, 2004). This may possibly be explained by the sector using „dedicated‟ equipment, such as roll cages that are not necessarily classed as empty running when returned from supermarkets (Department for Transport, 2003a). Despite being essential to the retail logistics operation, dedicated equipment could be consolidated into returns of fewer trips, thereby freeing-up vehicle capacity for other deliveries (Department for the Environment, Transport and the Regions, 1999b). Empty-running data collected at the micro-level during one-off studies, tend to be lower than average annual values (McKinnon et al, 2003; Léonardi & Baumgartner, 2004). The 48-hour snap-shot of the food supply chain in 2002 found only 19% of journeys were empty running, although again with wide variations across the sample (Department for Transport, 2003a; McKinnon et al, 2003). Causes of empty running are numerous. ECR Europe (2000) list the following: · Lack of co-operation between shippers and carriers within a region; · Lack of co-ordination in planning and scheduling; · Competitive and legal constraints; · Imbalances in goods flows within and between regions; · Insufficient visibility of opportunities for building efficient circuits; · Replenishment practices which inhibit circuit operation (lack of synchronisation of collection and delivery windows); · Incompatibility between vehicle characteristics and product requirements (e.g. need for temperature control).
  15. 15. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 15 2.2.1:EXISTING SYSTEM Current system is a manual one in which employees has to submit their applications for transport facility as well as for cab facility. Employees has to follow up regularly with transport personnel to know the status of their requests which is time consuming and hectic. Disadvantages: The following are the disadvantages of current system 1. It is difficult to track the occupancy. 2. More manual hours need to generate required reports 3. It is tedious to track the details of cabs provided by third party. 4. There is no possibility to track the approvals of requests. 5. No co-ordination between various departments. 2.2.2:Proposed Systems Proposed system is a software application which avoids more manual hours that need to spend in record keeping and generating reports. This application keeps the data in a centralized way which is available to all the users simultaneously. It is very easy to manage historical data in database. No specific training is required for the employees to use this application. They can easily use the tool that decreases manual hours spending for normal things and hence increases the performance. Advantages: The following are the advantages of proposed system 1. Easy to process requests 2. Can generate required reports easily 3. Easy to manage historical data in a secure manner 4. Centralized database helps in avoiding conflicts
  16. 16. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 16 5. Easy to use GUI that does not requires specific training. 6. Implementation of approval process is very easy 7. Occupancy tracking helps in decision making. 2.3.SDLC(Software Development Life Cycle) METHODOLOGY Vehicle management systems have been developed, which is based on conventional database. However, previous systems cannot efficiently retrieve location data of vehicles, because conventional databases did not take into consideration about property of moving object data such as continuously changing location overtime. In this paper, we design the vehicle information management system that is able to manage and retrieve vehicle locations efficiently in mobile environment. Our proposed system consists of vehicle information collector, vehicle information management server, and mobile clients. The system is able to not only process spatiotemporal queries related to locations of moving vehicles but also provide moving vehicles‟ locations which are not stored in the system. The system is also able to manage vehicle location data effectively using a moving object index. The stricter fuel consumption and emission regulations put the worldwide carmakers and suppliers under pressure to develop more efficient thermal management systems. High engine efficiency, increased comfort requirements, and stringent emission regulations are examples of the political and public conflicting requirements. The coolant system of current vehicles is already limited on performance due to package and styling constraints. Therefore, any future incremental demands on the coolant system will need to be managed effectively so as to remain within these constraints. Simulation-based design and virtual prototyping can insure greater product performance and quality of both the time and cost required by traditional build- and-test approach for the development of the vehicle thermal management process and the development process in general. The objective of this work is the integration of all partial thermal systems: gas circuit, cooling circuit, engine oil circuit, engine structure, underhood flow, and passenger compartment. A vehicle simulation program is used to determine the operating, load conditions of the vehicle, and steer the data exchange between the different software modules used to simulate the previously mentioned vehicle partial thermal systems.
  17. 17. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 17 The AUTOSAR-standard enables the use of a component based software design model for the design of a vehicular system. The design model uses application software components which are linked through an abstract component, named the virtual function bus. The application software components are the smallest pieces of application software that still have a certain functionality. The software of an application can then be composed by using different application software-components. Standardized interfaces for all the application software components necessary to build the different automotive applications are specified in the AUTOSAR-standards. By only defining the interfaces, there is still freedom in the way of obtaining the functionality. The virtual function bus connects the different software components in the design model. This abstract component interconnects the different application software components and handles the information exchange between them. The virtual function bus is the conceptualization of all hardware and system services offered by the vehicular system. This makes it possible for the designers to focus on the application instead of the infrastructure software. By using the virtual function bus, the application software components do not need to know with which other application software components they communicate. The software components give their output to the virtual function bus, which guides the information to the input ports of the software components that need that information. This is possible due to the standardized interfaces of the software components which specifies the input and output ports as well as the format of data exchange.
  18. 18. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 18 2.4:FEASIBILITY STUDY Whatever we think need not be feasible .It is wise to think about the feasibility of any problem we undertake. Feasibility is the study of impact, which happens in the organization by the development of a system. The impact can be either positive or negative. When the positives nominate the negatives, then the system is considered feasible. Here the feasibility study can be performed in two ways such as technical feasibility and Economical Feasibility. TechnicalFeasibility. We can strongly says that it is technically feasible, since there will not be much difficulty in getting required resources for the development and maintaining the system as well. All the resources needed for the development of the software as well as the maintenance of the same is available in the organization here we are utilizing the resources which are available already. Economical Feasibility Development of this application is highly economically feasible .The organization needed not spend much m money for the development of t he system already available. The only thing is to be done is making an environment for the development with an effective supervision. I f we are doing so , we can attain the maximum usability of the corresponding resources .Even after the development , the organization will not be in a condition to invest more in t he organization.There fore , the system is economically feasible.
  19. 19. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 19 SYSTEM ANALYSIS
  20. 20. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 20 3:SYSTEM ANALYSIS 3.1:USER REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATIONS The User Requirements Specification describes the business needs for what users require from the system. User Requirements Specifications are written early in the validation process, typically before the system is created. They are written by the system owner and end- users, with input from Quality Assurance. Requirements outlined in the URS are usually tested in the Performance Qualification or User Acceptance Testing. User Requirements Specifications are not intended to be a technical document; readers with only a general knowledge of the system should be able to understand the requirements outlined in the URS. User Requirements Examples Good requirements are objective and testable. For example: Screen A accepts production information, including Lot, Product Number, and Date. System B produces the Lab Summary Report. Twenty users can use System C concurrently without noticeable system delays. Screen D can print on-screen data to the printer. System E will be compliant with 21 CFR 11. The URS should include: Introduction – including the scope of the system, key objectives for the project, and the applicable regulatory concerns Program Requirements – the functions and workflow that the system must be able to perform Data Requirements – the type of information that a system must be able to process Life Cycle Requirements – including how the system will be maintain users requirement.
  21. 21. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 21 3.1.1:FUNCTIONAL REUIREMENTS APPLICATION DESIGN USERS: The major functionality of this product is divided into four categories. 1. Administrative User Functions. 2. Approvers Functions. 3. Transport Functions. 4. Guest Functions. In this application each and every user must having their own User ID and Password, using these User ID and Password only they can directly enter into their corresponding Login forms. 1) Administrative User Functions: In this functionality the administrator will do his own responsibilities. Whenever he needs to change the Password, then he can directly change it. If any reason he needs to add a new user he can directly add. The admin user can view the details of all the users and he can add or remove any particular users. He can view the details of all the employees of the company and any time he can add or remove any particular employee or employees. This application mainly concentrated about the transport. The admin user can view the details of all the categories of the transport. This categories viewing list has shows the ID Number of the category, category code, how much amount per month, and how much distance allotted for the particular category, all these information will be provided. The admin user can add and remove any particular category. The admin user can view the details of all the vehicles details which are presently using in the particular company. In this list also each and every vehicle has its own identification number, registration number of the particular vehicle, and the type of the vehicle either it is own or hire. The administrator can add the vehicle depends upon the situation of the company. The admin user can view the details of all the routes. In this routes module the admin user can view the route code, route ID, destination, bus no, and also he can view the pickup points of the particular
  22. 22. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 22 route. He can add or remove the pickup points of the route. He can add or remove the routes. He can view the details of all the bus requests which are posted from the employees. If he needs the transport facility, then he can also apply the bus request. He can add or remove the bus requests. He can view the details of all the cab requests of the employees. He can also add or remove the cab requests of the employees. The admin user can view the details of all the users and he can add a new user. He can view or generate all the management reports. 2) Approvers Functions: In this function, the Approver can enter into his functionality using his own User ID and Password. After entering into his functionality, whenever he needs to change his password then he can directly change it. The approver‟s user can view the details of all the users and employees of the particular company. This application mainly concentrated about the transport. The approver‟s user can view the details of all the categories of the transport. This categories viewing list has shows the ID Number of the category, category code, how much amount per month, and how much distance allotted for the particular category, all these information will be provided. He can view the details of all the vehicles. In this list contains the Identification number of the particular vehicle, registration number of the vehicle and the type of the vehicle means it is for hire or own, this type of information will included in this list. The approver‟s user can view the details of all the routes and their destination, location, route id, route code all these details will displayed in this list. The approver‟s user can view the details of all the bus requests which are posted from the employees of the company. He can add or remove the particular bus requests. He can view the details of all the cab requests. He can add or remove the cab requests. Mainly the approver‟s user can approve the cab requests which are posted from the employees of the company. He can view the all types of the reports.
  23. 23. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 23 3) Transport Functions: In this function, the Transport user can enter into his functionality using his own User ID and Password. After entering into his functionality, whenever he needs to change his password then he can directly change it. The Manager can view the details of all the users and the employees of the company. He can view the details of all the categories of the transport. The transport user can view the details of all the vehicles. He can view the details of all the routes. The transport user can view the details of all the bus requests which are posted from the employees of the company. After his careful verification only he can provide the transport facility to the requested employee. He can add or remove the request of the employee. 4) Guest Functions: In this function, the Accountants can enter into his functionality using his own User ID and Password. After entering into his functionality, whenever he needs to change his password then he can directly change it. Here the Guest user means any of the employee can login into the user functionality. He can view the details of all the users and employees of the company. This application mainly concentrated about the transport. The guest user can view the details of all the categories of the transport. This categories viewing list has shows the ID Number of the category, category code, how much amount per month, and how much distance allotted for the particular category, all these information will be provided. He can view the details of all the vehicles. In this list contains the Identification number of the particular vehicle, registration number of the vehicle and the type of the vehicle means it is for hire or own, this type of information will included in this list. The guest user can view the details of all the routes and their destination, location, route id, route code all these details will displayed in this list. The guest user can view the details of all the bus requests which are posted from the employees of the company. Also he can add or remove the bus requests for his own. He can view the details of all the cab requests. Also he can add or remove the cab requests for his own. He can view all types of management reports.
  24. 24. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 24 3.1.2:NON FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS Nonfunctional requirements are the properties that your product must have. Think of these properties as the characteristics or qualities that make the product attractive, or usable, or fast, or reliable. These properties are not required because they are fundamental activities of the product -- activities such as computations, manipulating data, and so on -- but are there because the client wants the fundamental activities to perform in a certain manner. They are not part of the fundamental reason for the product's existence, but are needed to make the product perform in the desired manner. Nonfunctional requirements do not alter the product functionality. That is, the functional requirements remain the same no matter what properties you attach to them. The non- functional requirements add functionality to the product -- it takes some amount of pressing to make a product easy to use, or secure, or interactive. However the reason that this functionality is part of the product is to give it the desired characteristics. So you might think of the functional requirements as those that do the work, and the nonfunctional requirements as those that give character to the work. Nonfunctional requirements make up a significant part of the specification. They are important as the client and user may well judge the product on its non-functional properties. Provided the product meets its required amount of functionality, the nonfunctional properties -- how usable, convenient, inviting and secure it is -- may be the difference between an accepted, well-liked product, and an unused one. Let's take a look at another real example. Anyone who has purchased a car, whether they were aware of it or not, made their final decision based on which car met both their functional and nonfunctional needs. Functionally, the car had to be able to transport passengers from some starting location to a particular destination (that is, get me from point A to point B). A variety of nonfunctional attributes or characteristics were likely considered: security and safety, maintainability (ease of repair), reliability (probability of failure), scalability (ease of expansion), efficiency and performance (gas mileage, engine size, capacity -- both in number of passengers and cargo space), portability (ease of transport -- can it be towed easily or can it tow a trailer), flexibility (ease of change -- can it adapt to changes in weather/road conditions), and usability (ease of use -- comfort, handling, stereo sound quality)
  25. 25. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 25 3.1.3:DOMAIN REUIREMENTS Requirements can cause substantial problems in large software projects if not handled correctly and efficiently. The problems of missing requirements or incorrect de- scoping of projects are virtually the most prominent ones. Combining graphical representation of requirements and organizing these requirements in several abstraction levels was identified as one of the potential solutions to such issues in our research project conducted with one of major automotive companies in Sweden. The objective of the research reported in this paper is to improve requirements engineering activities by using a graphical modelling language for managing requirements based on Requirement. Abstraction Model (RAM). We evaluated our results via a pilot controlled experiment and the results show a statistically significant improvement in the time required to assess the impact of changes by 37% with the same accuracy. Domain requirements reflect the environment in which the system operates so, when we talk about an application domain we mean environments such as train operation, medical records, e-commerce etc. Domain requirements may be expressed using specialised domain terminology or reference to domain concepts. Because these requirements are specialised, software engineers often find it difficult to understand how they are related to other system requirements. Domain requirements are important because they often reflect fundamentals of the application domain. If these requirements are not satisfied, it may be impossible to make the system work satisfactorily. For example, the requirements for the insulin pump system that delivers insulin on demand include the following domain requirement: The system safety shall be assured according to standard IEC 60601-1:Medical Electrical Equipment – Part 1:General Requirements for Basic Safety and Essential Performance. This requirement means that the developers must be familiar with that standard to ensure that they do not violate it. It constrains both the design of the device and the development process. Other requirements have to be checked against this standard. Sometimes, characteristics of the application domain mean that the requirements specification has to include a description of how to carry out some computations. For example, the domain requirement below is included in the requirements specification for an automated train protection system. This system automatically stops a train if it goes through a red signal. This requirement
  26. 26. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 26 3.2:SYSTEM REUIREMENT SPECIFICATION Should describe functional and non-functional requirements so that they are understandable by system users who don‟t have detailed technical knowledge. User requirements are defined using natural language,tables and diagrams. 3.2.1:Software Requirement Specification Programming Languages : Java (jdk1.5). Web Technologies : Html, JavaScript. Database : Mysql Server : Tomcat Apache 5.0 3.2.2:Hardware Requirements Specification Processor : PIII Hard Disk : 40 GB Ram : 256 mb
  27. 27. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 27 3.3:Technical Design Documentation Efficacy of Documentation Documentation is used here to mean hard copy, online documents, online help, quick start guides, and other written instructional information. The need for documentation is often an afterthought when designing products. Product development engineers are so enmeshed in creating the product that they feel its use is "intuitive" or self-evident. This assumption is usually not the case. In many respects, documentation compensates for the lack of intuition. It permits understanding the product and provides a quick source for looking up specific details that are not immediately obvious to the user. But all documentation is not created equally. It is important to offer the information that is needed by the user rather than focusing on the product and covering each function without regard to the user. So a user-centric approach is necessary to create effective documentation. This is not much different from an Instructional Design process where the purpose is to train the user. The importance of good documentation in all its forms should not be underestimated. Great technological innovation can be a bust in the marketplace if end-users feel it is too hard to learn, not easy to use, or too cumbersome. Good documentation can make a product easy to understand and use which results in greater user acceptance. Our Role Usernomics' Instructional Psychologists apply Instructional System Design (ISD) techniques to develop Documentation for hardware and software. We develop documentation for a wide range of products from high tech to consumer products to aircraft.
  28. 28. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 28 SYSTEM DESIGN
  29. 29. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 29 4:SYSTEM DESIGN 4.1:ARCHITECTURE Home Add New Category Add New Vehicle View Route Bus,Cab Requests Bus,Cab Approvals Reports Log out admin
  30. 30. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 30 4.2Module Description The System after careful analysis has been identified to present with the following modules. EMPLOYEE INFORMATION & VEHICLES MODULE: This module maintains all the information, which belongs to the employees who are working with the company. This module maintains the details of all the four types of users. This module separately maintains the information of different departments. This can be maintaining Admin, Approvers, Transport and Guest users. All the employees‟ details are recorded to database and can be viewed as a report. : This module deals with major and crucial part that includes the details of the vehicles in the company. This module provides the interface to add the vehicles and can be viewed as a report that displays all the details of the vehicles and it can also shows the different types of vehicles available in the company. Basically some categories of the vehicles are available in the company. For every user the vehicle details module has divided into two parts. i.e., one is the Add New Vehicle and the other one is View the Vehicle details. Each and every vehicle has its own Identification number and the registration numbers. Only Admin user can add the new vehicle to transport. Any of the remaining users can‟t add the vehicles. All the four types of users can view the details of all the vehicles. All the added vehicles details will be stored in the database.
  31. 31. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 31 TRANSPORT CATEGORIES & ROUTES MODULE: This module deals with major and crucial part that includes the details of transport in the company. For every user the Transport Categories Module has divided into three parts. i.e., a) Add New Category b) View Categories and c) Cancel Category. But according their personal responsibilities only they can use functionalities of the Transport Categories Module. Only Admin user can add the category of the transport. Because he can deal the transport department. Also the Admin user only the person to remove the category of the transport in the corresponding situation. But all the four types of users‟ means admin, transport, approver and the guest users can view the details of all the categories of the transport. This application mainly concentrated about the transport. All the four types of users can view the details of all the categories of the transport. This categories viewing list has shows the ID Number of the category, category code, how much amount per month, and how much distance allotted for the particular category, all these information will be provided. This module deals with major and crucial part that includes the details of the routes in company. This module provides the interface to add the route and can be viewed as a report that displays all the details of the routes and it can also shows the different types of routes. For every user the routes modules has divided into three parts. i.e., Add New Route, the second one View the Routes and the final one is remove the Route. In this module the identification of the route and the code of the routes are provided for the each route. And also the destination and location of the route, Inbound and outbound times all these information will be provided in this module. The main flexibility in this module is Pickup Points. For every route so many pickup points are available. Depending upon the capacity of the vehicle the user can add or remove the pickup points. The user can directly view the details of the pickup points just clicking on the button “view” which is highlighted in the screen. Only the admin user can add or remove the corresponding routes. All the four types of users i.e., Admin, Approver, Transport and the Guest users can view the details of all the routes. All the routes information will be stored in the database.
  32. 32. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 32 BUS REQUESTS & CAB REQUESTS MODULE: This module deals with major and crucial part that includes Bus Requests of the employees and updates the status as approved or not. This module provides the interface to Bus Request of the employee and can be viewed as a report that displays all the Bus Requests of the employees in the company. For every user the Bus Requests Module has divided into three parts. One Add New Bus Request, View the details of Bus Requests and the final one Cancel the Bus Requests. In this module, we will first enter the number of the employee who is posted the request for the bus. Then it will show the details of employees who is applied for the transport facility. All the four types of users i.e., Admin, Approver, Transport and the Guest users can add or remove the Bus Requests for their own and also they can view the details of all the bus requests. This requests will be finally approved by the transport user. This information will be stored in the database. This module deals with major and crucial part that includes Cab Requests of the employees and updates the status as approved or not. This module provides the interface to Cab Requests of the employees and can be viewed as a report that displays all the Cab Requests of the employees in the company. For every user the Cab Requests Module has divided into four parts. i.e., Add New Cab Request, View Cab Requests, Assign Cab, and the final one Cancel the Cab Requests. We will first enter the details of the employee who is posted the request for the cab. Then it will show the details of the employees. Only the transport user can assign the cab for the employee. Whether employees has really needs the cab or not, this information will be checkout the by the approver user. He has really needs the cab then the approver user will approve his request then the transport user will decide to assign the cab for the employee or not. All the four types of users can add or remove the Cab Requests for their own and also they can view the details of all the cab requests. This information will be stored in the database.
  33. 33. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 33 APPROVALS MODULE: This module deals with major and crucial part that includes Approvals of Bus Requests and the Cab Requests of the employees and update the status. This module provides the interface to Approvals of the Bus Requests and the Cab Requests of the employees and can be viewed as a report that displays all the approvals. For every user the Approvals Module has divided into two parts. One is Bus Request and the another one is Cab Request. Only the Approver can approve the Cab Requests. He can‟t approve the Bus Requests. And only the Transport user can approve the Bus Requests. Remaining users means Admin and the Guest users can‟t use Approvals Module. All this information will be finally stored into the database. ADMINISTRATOR & REPORTING MODULE: This module is used to maintain the details of users of the project. Users are divided into four categories. a. Admin b. Approvers c. Transport d. Guest All the four types of users details will be displayed in this module. Only the administrator can have wrights to add or delete the users from the users list. If at all the administrator wants to add one more user, then he can add. Remaining users can‟t do this type works. All the admin user works, features will be provided in this module. The works and features of the transport, approver and the guest users will be displayed in this module. All the four user‟s can view the total reports of this application.
  34. 34. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 34 4.3:Data Flow Model Corporate Company's Vehicle Management Administrator & Reporting module Employee Information & Vehicles Module Bus requests and Cab requests module Approvals module Transport categories and routes module Database
  35. 35. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 35 4.4:UML DIAGRAM USE CASE DIAGRAM Home ViewCategory ViewVehicle Add,View,Cancel Route add,View,Cancel,AssignBus,Cab Requests Bus Approvals Reports Log out Transport
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  39. 39. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 39 5:SOURCE CODE Java Script <html> <head> My first JavaScript </head> <body> <br> This is a normal HTML document <br> <script language=”JavaScript”> Document.write (“this is a java script”) </script> <b r> Backing HTML again </body> </html>
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  42. 42. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 42 6:TESTING SOFTWARE TESTING Software Testing is a critical element of software quality assurance and represents the ultimate review of specification, design and coding, Testing presents an interesting anomaly for the software engineer. Testing Objectives include: 1. Testing is a process of executing a program with the intent of finding an error 2. A good test case is one that has a probability of finding an as yet undiscovered error 3. A successful test is one that uncovers an undiscovered error Testing Principles: All tests should be traceable to end user requirements Tests should be planned long before testing begins Testing should begin on a small scale and progress towards testing in large Exhaustive testing is not possible To be most effective testing should be conducted by a independent third party
  43. 43. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 43 6.1:TYPES OF TESTING SOFTWARE TESTING Is the menu bar displayed in the appropriate contested some system related features included either in menus or tools? Do pull –Down menu operation and Tool-bars work properly? Are all menu function and pull down sub function properly listed ?; Is it possible to invoke each menu function using a logical assumptions that if all parts of the system are correct, the goal will be successfully achieved .? In adequate testing or non-testing will leads to errors that may appear few months later. This create two problem, 1. Time delay between the cause and appearance of the problem. 2. The effect of the system errors on files and records within the system The purpose of the system testing is to consider all the likely variations to which it will be suggested and push the systems to limits. The testing process focuses on the logical intervals of the software ensuring that all statements have been tested and on functional interval is conducting tests to uncover errors and ensure that defined input will produce actual results that agree with the required results. Program level testing, modules level testing integrated and carried out. There are two major type of testing they are 1) White Box Testing. 2) Black Box Testing.
  44. 44. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 44 6.2:LEVELS OF TESTING WHITE BOX TESTING White box some times called “Glass box testing” is a test case design uses the control structure of the procedural design to drive test case. Using white box testing methods, the following tests where made on the system a) All independent paths within a module have been exercised once. In our system, ensuring that case was selected and executed checked all case structures. The bugs that were prevailing in some part of the code where fixed b) All logical decisions were checked for the truth and falsity of the values. BLACK BOX TESTING Black box testing focuses on the functional requirements of the software. This is black box testing enables the software engineering to derive a set of input conditions that will fully exercise all functional requirements for a program. Black box testing is not an alternative to white box testing rather it is complementary approach that is likely to uncover a different class of errors that white box methods like.. 1) Interface errors 2) Performance in data structure 3) Performance errors 4) Initializing and termination errors
  45. 45. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 45 6.3:TESTING METHODOLOGIES TESTING STRATEGIES A Strategy for software testing integrates software test cases into a series of well planned steps that result in the successful construction of software. Software testing is a broader topic for what is referred to as Verification and Validation. Verification refers to the set of activities that ensure that the software correctly implements a specific function. Validation refers he set of activities that ensure that the software that has been built is traceable to customer‟s requirements Unit Testing: Unit testing focuses verification effort on the smallest unit of software design that is the module. Using procedural design description as a guide, important control paths are tested to uncover errors within the boundaries of the module. The unit test is normally white box testing oriented and the step can be conducted in parallel for multiple modules. Integration Testing: Integration testing is a systematic technique for constructing the program structure, while conducting test to uncover errors associated with the interface. The objective is to take unit tested methods and build a program structure that has been dictated by design. Top-down Integration: Top down integrations is an incremental approach for construction of program structure. Modules are integrated by moving downward through the control hierarchy, beginning with the main control program
  46. 46. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 46 Bottom-up Integration: This method as the name suggests, begins construction and testing with atomic modules i.e., modules at the lowest level. Because the modules are integrated in the bottom up manner the processing required for the modules subordinate to a given level is always available and the need for stubs is eliminated. Validation Testing: At the end of integration testing software is completely assembled as a package. Validation testing is the next stage, which can be defined as successful when the software functions in the manner reasonably expected by the customer. Reasonable expectations are those defined in the software requirements specifications. Information contained in those sections form a basis for validation testing approach. System Testing: System testing is actually a series of different tests whose primary purpose is to fully exercise the computer-based system. Although each test has a different purpose, all work to verify that all system elements have been properly integrated to perform allocated functions. Security Testing: Attempts to verify the protection mechanisms built into the system. Performance Testing: This method is designed to test runtime performance of software within the context of an integrated system.
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  74. 74. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 74 CONCLUSION
  75. 75. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 75 9.CONCLUSION The Corporate Company's Vehicle Management application has rich user interface so that novice users can access easily. This application provides the management reports like Occupancy report, Approval status report, to track the usage of company‟s transport facility. Our project is only a humble venture to satisfy the needs in a library. Several user friendly coding have also adopted. This package shall prove to be a powerful package in satisfying all the requirements of the organization.The objective of software planning is to provide a frame work that enables the manger to make reasonable estimates made within a limited time frame at the beginning of the software project and should be updated regularly as the project progresses. Last but not least it is no the work that played the ways to success but ALMIGHTY.
  76. 76. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 76 REFERENCES
  77. 77. VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10081A1215 10081A1218 10081A1210 SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Page 77 10.REFERENCES References for the Project Development were taken from the following Books and Web Sites. Oracle: PL/SQL Programming by Scott Urman SQL complete reference by Livion JAVA Technologies: JAVA Complete Reference Java Script Programming by Yehuda Shiran Mastering JAVA Security Head First EJB Sierra Bates J2EE Professional by Shadab siddiqui JAVA Server pages by Nick Todd HTML: HTML Black Book by Holzner JDBC: Java Database Programming with JDBC by Patel moss. Software Engineering by Roger Pressman

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