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QR Code System Intended for All Railway Ticking

Nalli Vinaya Kumari


Technological growth has brought about a digital world without borders. This has contributed to payments through virtual money rather than real money. The use of intelligent cards minimized the wait for a ticket; however, the card should never fail to transport the user. So, he/she must be careful not to lose or steal the ticket. E-ticketing proceeded, where passengers have to bring electronically booked an SMS or printout of the card. “Metro Railway Ticketing” (MRT), a mobile application that can be conveniently accessed anywhere and anywhere and everywhere, and the ticket in the form of a “Quick Response Key” is accessible on a customer phone. GPS is used to check the ticket at origin and location, where it will expire when it is processed. The ticket must expire. The ticket information is stored in a firebase. Each user's information is stored in a cloud server that is not accessible for security purposes on the current metro system. The QR scanner will also be provided to the ticket-checker, which provides the full details of the user along with the number of the ticket and the ticket's status.

Keywords: Short-Message-Service (SMS), Global-Positioning System (GPS), Quick Response Key (QPK), QR scanner, railway ticketing

Cite this Article Nalli Vinaya Kumari. QR Code System Intended for All Railway Ticking. Journal of Open Source Developments. 2020; 7(1): 12–18p.

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