Rail Ticketing - London Transport Network

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  • We’re using on-screen barcodes to show the ticket values for reading by automatic gates, or checking by the train guards who carry hand-held scanners.

    The ticket code can be transferred to the NFC element on compatible phones (like this nokia 6131) but this handset is the only mainstream GSM handset with NFC and we’ve not heard of others in the pipeline.

    Even when NFC services become mainstream, you will still need a secure interface to purchase entitlements, before they get transferred to the NFC element.
  • 75% (roughly) UK airline tickets purchased online,
    Yet only 2% of heathrow express tickets bought on-line
    Because people only think and act on their public transport needs as they approach the station.

    Mobile can give every user their own ticket machine, that never has a queue.
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  • Rail Ticketing - London Transport Network

    1. 1.  Masabi build mobile applications  Award winning and certified security  Ticket sales and delivery from mobile  Projects: Rail Settlement Plan Consultancy supporting the standards work on self-print and mobile barcodes mobile tickets for ticket sales from mobile (’07 – ‘08) US Government-certified security
    2. 2. RSPS3001 Approved in December 2008 as the UK standard for self print and mobile barcode rail ticketing
    3. 3. UK Rail Tickets – mainly bought in the station!
    4. 4.  Only 12% of rail tickets sold on the internet – most bought at station  Over 2/3 of mobile users never complete their sign-up if it’s on the web  So: Sign up the users when they need it  in a queue  in a hurry  next to a broken ticket machine
    5. 5.  No sign-up process  no usernames  no passwords  Mostly off-line interface, SMS backup  Fast repeated regular purchases  Auto-show tickets, full screen barcodes

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