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Afc system overview

  1. 1. AFC SYSTEM OVERVIEW
  2. 2. WHAT IS AFC SYSTEM?  Automatic Fare Collection System  System meant for automated collection/computation of fare  Based on contact less technology  System consists of Semiautomatic ticket vending machines, Automatic entry-exit gates, Station server and central server.
  3. 3.  What AFC system does:  access control  ticket reading/writing  transaction collection and reports  stock management  Equipment supervision
  4. 4. AFC SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE  Designed in hierarchical architecture  CENTRAL SYSTEMS  STATION SYSTEMS  FARE MEDIA
  5. 5. OCC RTR1 OCC RTR2 SWITCH A SWITCH B MIDDLE WARE SERVER BIM1&2 NMS LW1-5 ARCHIVING SERVER DATA CENTREVIRTUAL SERVER AC & CA PRODUCTION SERVER WAN WAN VS NODE A VS NODE B RAID DISK ARRAY DC NODE A DC NODE B RAID DISK ARRAY MONITORMONITOR CENTRAL SYSTEM
  6. 6.  Communicate with all Station Computers (SC) to collect the details of the CSC and CST usage, accounting, operational and auditing data  Store the transaction and audit data in order to assume the central functions based on collected transactions  Maintain and distribute the DMRC equipment operating data (EOD) which includes system parameters, fare table and program to the equipment via the SC  Transmit to the equipment the Keys defined on the CC  Perform equipment administration CC FUNCTIONS
  7. 7.  Perform daily and monthly data backup and housekeeping functions  Provide Master clock for clock synchronization  Provide card history  Backup, archive and restore  Provide alarms to signal the operator of the occurrence of any fault
  8. 8. Central Components 1. Data Center (DC)  composed of 2 servers clustered in order to provide backup for each other  store data sent by station's computers  configure the entire AFC system  transmit operating parameters, blacklist, and agent list to the AFC equipment via the station's computers  provides facilities for entire AFC system supervision  give detailed analysis of passenger traffic, transaction history for any specific CSC
  9. 9. 2. Middle Ware Server (MS)  relay the MCS master clock system and broadcast the time synchronization via NTP over the LAN  Run BOM to generate AFC business reports 3. Archiving Server (AS)  archive the data using AfcServe Archive Software in order to save on a DLT tape partial or global data from the central system 4. Administration Console & Certificate Authority (AC&CA)  Central Administration functions are done on AC&CA console via the Microsoft Management Console (MMC)  manage Security Access Modules (for the DSM Cryptographic Data Security Modules attached to each AFC eqpt.
  10. 10.  BO InfoView on MS Multiple document types Favorite report Excel or other file Business Objects Report On MS
  11. 11. 5. Network Management Console (NMC)  manage the Central LAN active network Equipment and the LAN Station's active network equipment via the WAN  Use HP-open view Network Node Manager 6. Locals Workstations (LW)  5 LWs are located within central environment associated with one report printer and communicate with DC via LAN  Operator's workstations for application’s man machine interface such as fare configuration, financial and statistic reporting functions that are elaborated from DC data in DBMS
  12. 12. 1  CC-NMC – WAN and LAN Supervision Router of station Vue of equipment at station level
  13. 13. 7. Production Server (PS)  ensures the data exchanges between DC and Bulk Initialization machines (BIM)  Acts as a Station Computer for a production center  Transmit the operating parameters to BIM  Collate production shift transaction data from BIM for transmission to the DC  These central subsystems are interconnected within the central DMRC Headquarter building on a redundant Local Area Network (LAN).The central computer is able to communicate with the Stations Computers (SC via the DMRC communication Wide Area Network (WAN).
  14. 14.  Central Computer Supervision By clicking on the station, we open the SC supervision.
  15. 15. 2. Station Architecture Lan/Wan Router DMRC WAN Report & Log Printer SC : Station Computer PTD Communication Unit PTD for Ticket Inspector 1 Switch 1 switch 1 switch SE(b) SWSM(a) SM(c) SM(b) SE(a) SE(b) SM(a) SM(b)SM(c) SE(c) Excess Fare Office Room Ticket Office Room Printer Receip t PID CSC Module TOM for EFO TOM 1 TOM n Station Control Room X X X E EE E X X X X EE E Automatic Gate Equipments Barrier Fencing Fencing To Central System Printer Receip t PID CSC Module Token Capture Module CSC Coupler & Antenna Passenger Display AGE Legend E:Enter X: Exit LMT LMT LMT (Laptop Maintenance Tool) TR (Ticket Reader)
  16. 16. Station Components  Station Computer (SC) • collate ticket usage transactions and update Audit registers from AFC station equipment for transmission to the Central Computer • Maintain a local database of equipment activity to enable local reports to be compiled. • Distribution to the CC of the ticket transactions, audit registers and events/alarm data • Manage incidents (status and alarm monitoring) and maintenance operations • AFC equipment supervision • Receive configuration and operating data from the Central Computer distribute these to the AFC station equipment • Stock Management
  17. 17.  SC Supervision Alarm in station for AFC equipment Click on each equipment to get the supervision at equipment type level
  18. 18.  Report and Log Printer (RP) • To take print for AFC business reports,Stock reports and alarm logs.  Portable Ticket Decoder Communication Unit (PTDCU) • To recharge PTD and communicate to SC via USB link.
  19. 19. How AFC works?  Passenger comes in free area to purchase ticket for desired station  Token issued with Zone, date,time, tom no. and station ID marked on it One ticket for RJCK please Here is your token
  20. 20. TOKEN ISSUED
  21. 21.  Shows his token at Gate SMV on free area  SMV reads the token and writes Entry date,time, equipment id and station id on token
  22. 22. TOKEN AFTER ENTRY
  23. 23.  Upon reaching destination station passenger shows his token to Gate SMA on paid area  Token is read and if found valid I.e. for time and Zone allows exit by accepting the token and opening flap  Otherwise display error message
  24. 24. Ticket Office Machine (TOM) • Transport ticket delivery to the passengers. • The machine is a standard Personal Computer, connected to different appropriated peripherals • Ticket sale • Ticket reloading (or add-value) • Ticket consultation,ticket data analysis and solving of conflicts and errors, • Ticket refund • Ticket cancel • Replacement of damaged cards
  25. 25. Token Dispenser CSC Reader/Writer Passenger Display Receipt Printer TOM Ticket Office Machine
  26. 26. TYPES OF TOM  BOOKING OFFICE TOM: LOCATED IN STATION BOOK OFFICE 1. TICKET SALE EXCEPT EXIT TICKET SALE 2. TICKET RELOADING 3. TICKET REFUND 4. TICKET CANCEL 5. TICKET ANALYSIS
  27. 27.  EFO TOM: LOCATED IN CUSTOMER CARE OFFICE 1. TICKET SALE 2. RELOADING 3. DATA ANALYSIS AND SOLVING CONFLICTS AND ERRORS 4. TICKET REFUND, CANCEL,REPLACEMENT 5. ZERO ADJUSTMENTS 6. ISSUE EXIT TOKENS(FREE/PAID)
  28. 28. TOM MMI
  29. 29. AFC GATES  Equipment which controls the access of patrons from free area to paid area & vice versa according to business rules.  Made of a stainless steel housing.
  30. 30. GATE TYPES  ENTRY  EXIT  BIDIRECTIONAL  NORMAL  HYBRID/WIDE
  31. 31. AFC GATE EXTERNAL VIEW
  32. 32. Smart Media Validator (SMV) Smart Media Acceptor (SMA)
  33. 33. Gate Operating Modes  Entry  Exit  Reversible/Bi-Directional  Out of Service  Aisle Normally Close  Aisle Normally Open
  34. 34. AFC TICKET READER  A free standing self-service equipment installed in the stations concourses (near CC- TOM) Rapid and user-friendly display, in English and in Hindi, of information stored in Contact less Smart Cards (CSC) or Contact less Smart Tokens (CST) Standalone equipment in the way that it is not connected with the station Local Area Network (LAN
  35. 35. Portable Ticket Decoder (PTD) LCD - Screen Confirm Key Navigator keys Small portable device used by roving ticket inspectors in order to perform the routine day to day inspection of both CSC and CST Ticket data are read and displayed No automatic interventions and no modification is possible at the ticket level Communication with the SC and battery recharging are carried out through a 'Communication and charging unit' installed in the SC room.
  36. 36. PTD Charging Unit SC Charger Unit PTD USB link USB link Charger Unit PTD
  37. 37. 3.AFC FARE MEDIA  Contact less Smart Card  Contact less Smart Token
  38. 38. Media details - CSC
  39. 39. Media details - Token
  40. 40. MEDIA TYPES  Contact less Smart Card  Stored Value Type  SV-1 (For passenger: Deposit 100, EV 50 to 800)  SV-5 ( For staff: Deposit 0, EV min. to 1100)  Tourist Type  Tour 1 (Valid for one day)  Tour 3 (Valid for three day)  Agent Type  Container replacement card  Maintenance Card  Supervisor card  PTD inspector card
  41. 41.  Contact less smart tokens  Single Journey Token  Return Journey Token  Free Exit Token  Paid Exit Token
  42. 42. Thank You  Thank you for your involvement… and we wish you a pleasant usage of AFC System.

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