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Title: Designing information systems' applications for public transport system in Singapore
Keywords: Information, system, transport, applications, SMS, visual basic
Issue Date: 4-Mar-2004
Citation: LIM TAI CHING (2004-03-04). Designing information systems' applications for public transport system in Singapore. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis deals with designing SMS based information systems for the public transport system in Singapore. SMS is chosen for the project, as it is fast and efficient. Additionally, it is significantly cheaper than WAP and GPRS services and popular among the mobile phone users. There were seven applications developed in the thesis:1) Public service transport system,2) Car parking system,3) Vehicle burglar alarm,4) SMRT and Changi Airport,5) Illegal parking fining system,6) ERP billing system, and7) Singapore Street Directory.Prototype was developed to test out the feasibility of these seven applications in real life. Additionally with the help of software, the prototype was able to manage SMS requests from usersa?? mobile phones. The prototype was able to provide simple SMS information queries and more interactive features. Constant testing and fine-tuning was done when the prototypea??s hardware and software were integrated together to ensure that the combination produced minimal erroneous results.
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