Light Rail is powered by electricity and runs on dedicated tracks. They have open stations, no ticket barriers and non-recoverable plastic tokens. Its fare collection system is different from that of heavy railways as its main methods of payment are QR-Code, electronic ticketsand mobile payment.
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Bus e-ticketing consists of a Depot Processing System and Central Processing System. It supports transactions using different types of electronic tickets. It assists operators with the fast and convenient debit of payments and can also integrate revenue data from all bus routes to generate business reports for decision-makers.
Ticketing machine for payment collection and ticket printing . Operation is via touch screen or voice prompt. Supported payment methods include RFID, credit card, QR-Code, notes and coins with receipt available on request. The design can be customized to the customer’s requirements as well. Benefits include savings in ticketing and payment processing manpower, improved accuracy of ticket collection, and guaranteed system stability.
The axle counter is generally installed on the tracks and uses sensor technology to detect trains running on the tracks. The electronic interlock system uses the signal to check the safety conditions, prevent human error, control the correct display of signals, and assist the operations center with train dispatching and monitoring of anomalies. It provides the driver with a more precise picture of train movements on the tracks, increasing train efficiency and safety.
The Power Supply System powers the entire Metro system network. It is essential to the normal operation of all systems, including the trains, communications, signals, elevators, escalators, automatic fare collection, lighting, and air-conditioning.