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Central Management and Reporting

CENTRAL MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING SOFTWARE

EFCS ensures that the collection, management, reporting and control of public transport fares are carried out in an end-to-end electronic environment. Aiming to make public transport attractive by ensuring convenience and speed, EFTS is one of the basic elements of the smart cities concept.

The EFTS Central Management and Reporting Software ensures that the passing right, that is procured by passengers from Kiosks, POS devices, or mobile applications, are collected through validator devices aboard public transport vehicles.

Passengers purchase tickets/cards or charge their cards from Kiosk devices or through the mobile application. Passengers can recharge their smart cards through POS devices at contracted dealers. When passengers swipe their tickets or cards through validator devices aboard public transport vehicles, the fare is collected according to the type of card and the tariff applied.

The EFCS Central Management and Reporting Software provides remote management, interoperability, and easy configurationof Kiosks, POS, and Validator devices, i.e. the main components of the abovementioned ticketing system.

The EFCS Central Management and Reporting Software is a web-based application that ensures all devices used in the ecosystem are defined within the system, are operated according to the determined rules and are in communication with the central database. Instant data from devices allows charging, vending and usage information to be instantly monitor and reported. With its live vehicle monitoring module, the EFCS Central Management and Reporting Software can also be used as a vehicle tracking system.

The failure tracking screen allows any failures to be followed up instantly, and provided with quick service.

It offers a flexible structure that can be designed according to the dynamics of the city through the application of different fare models according to needs. It allows flexible use of fixed or dynamic fare models (distance-based, time-based, passenger-based).


Electronic Fare Collection System allows:

  • the use of contactless cards/mobile payments, bringing an end to cash flow in public transport vehicles and making the ticketing process more safe, transparent and practical
  • increased travel safety by minimizing driver-passenger interaction in vehicles
  • a transparent and accessible fare tariff
  • the use of smart cards to prevent card copying and fraudulent transactions
  • the fast configuration of tariff management through a web-based application
  • economic and balanced fares to be offered to passengers by applying different fare models according to needs (e.g. Fixed Fare, Distance-Based Fare, Time-Based Fare)
  • traceability of passenger behaviors and movements
  • the analysis of passenger movements to ensure appropriate planning, and accordingly, an increase in the efficiency of operations
  • minimization of abuse through the “blacklisting” of cards used in violation of the rules
  • compatibility with new payment methods such as NFC, QR Code and Credit Card
  • the easy distribution of the collected income to the serving municipalities and transport operators
  • the automation of accounting and financial transactions, thus reducing operational costs
  • savings in time and cost and reductions in environmental pollution by encouraging public transport usage, and accordingly, minimizing traffic in the cities as a result of all convenience and benefits.