Unified Ticketing Client
The Indian Railways sells an average of a million reserved and 16 million unreserved tickets every day. Ticketing revenue is expected to rise from Rs. 15,080 crores in 2005-2006 to Rs. 25,000 crores in 2009-2010.
We are helping the Railways migrate from dumb terminal based centralised ticketing to a modern distributed system. Our embedded ticketing clients operate even in the absence of reliable network connectivity, permitting ticketing in far flung D and E class stations. Please download the UTC Case Study to know more about the UTC product.
Some of the salient features of our ticketing product are:
- An ISCII library that provides rapid printing of Hindi and other Indian languages on dot matrix and thermal printers.
- Reverse engineering and exact reimplementation of the legacy PRS emulation system under Linux, permitting migration of PRS to the new system with zero code change.
- Replication of the UTS and PRS terminal interfaces under Linux, permitting operators to use the new system without any learning curve.
- Load balancing, failover, disconnected operation, automatic synchronisation of the database on network recovery, remote management and monitoring, and automated startup.