Comprehensive electronic payment management system

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The automatic collection system (AFC) is a collection of hardware and software systems that are used in urban transportation systems to facilitate payment of fares. The usual use cases are usually in Metro, Bus, Taxi, Bicycle Rental and Parking. To speed things up, reduce transaction costs, and avoid interruptions in the event of a problem with communication infrastructure, these systems operate in offline mode. Settlement practices between users at intervals For example, the end of each day is done, but in the subway, due to the existence of appropriate network infrastructure, transactions ONLINE is checked with the server. In AFC, each trusted company, such as Taxi, is called a receiver.

In Iran in 1377, at the request of the Metro Company in Tehran, Mr. Mohsen Hashemi was managed by Mr. Mohsen Hashemi, and in order to launch the first Iranian metro that connected Tehran to the second square of Sadeghieh and Karaj, the processing industry company launched the AFC system. At that time, barcode cards were provided to the people, and each night the data was collected from the gate and, with the processing of the sums, the credit of all the cards was sent back to the devices.
With the development of subway lines and the need for daylight technology, in the year 1380, the first MIIR card system with PW4000 machines designed and manufactured by the world was installed on the Metro in Tehran. Maiser cards have memory that can hold the card's credit.
In order to increase the security of the cards, the processing world has been considered for each card-based access card based on the serial card (in fact, SAM Software) to minimize the risk of card fraud. The variable code was one of the features and benefits of the company's processing world to competitors that later entered the domain. In the company's manufacturing systems, intelligent algorithms were used to retrieve credit card damage.
In 2003, the Mayfar reader for the first time in Iran came from the world of processing to industrial production, while technology disappeared and the value dropped, the smart card reader could be provided.
With the development of this system, in 2006, the Dizin Ski Resort was equipped with gates and AFC, operating at a temperature of minus 30 degrees.
In 2008, a new generation of PW9000 hardware was launched on Birjand Bus. In this generation, in each bus, a driver console and two wired controls for the rear and front doors as well as a printer for single-plate tickets were considered in each bus, and the driver's function (tariff) was calculated by adding a staff card for the drivers on the console.
In 2009, the PW9000 hardware was based on improved experiences and issues such as electrostatic tattoos of Iranian women and improved electrical filters to prevent the damage of electricity fluctuations in Urumiya Bus. Since then, the most advanced discount structure in Iran has been considered based on the type of card, usage time, and areas in the card, hardware and software, which is still unrivaled in Iran. In addition to AFC, the AVL system has been designed with the design and maintenance of the world-known processing industry (CARPC) for fleet management, as well as multi-media audio management (station announcement) and multimedia (for in-bus advertising) consistent with AFC. And applied.

The year 1389 was a turning point for AFC in which the entire Isfahan bus fleet was equipped to AFC. The company's rich experiences, along with appropriate municipality and bus policies, have led to one of the most successful AFC projects on Iranian buses.

In 2011, the idea of using the system at bike stations, cinemas and public parking lots, taxi riders, bus buses, and entry to nearby centers such as the Bird Garden was urgently implemented and executed, with a daily average of more than one million transactions being processed. The system currently operates in three main areas, including the financial sector, the bus sector and the urban services sector. Outstanding features of AFC's World Conservation Program, Pasargad:
1- Define the most flexible discounts for all types of cards with flexible scheduling
2- Supporting types of receivers
3. Financial system for reporting and settlement of various types of companies and functional entities
4- Possibility of implementation of electronic tariff and connection to the system of attendance to calculate the performance of drivers in a variety of working conditions and shifts.
5- Designing a database management system to ensure that reports are not compiled over a long period of time

The PW9200 was introduced in 2013 with modifications to reduce maintenance costs and increase performance.
With over 20 years of experience, AFC has been the first AFC company in the country, which has continued to develop its systems with the greatest potential, and with rich experience of people who have contributed to the projects since the first day. New systems include web-based software featuring various citizen cardholders, as well as the new generation PW9200 hard drives with Desfire, NFC, and QR CODE READER capabilities, all of which are in-house. These new systems have been available to municipalities, subways, buses and taxis since 1398.
Currently, the AFC products of the world of processing are knowledge-based.
The important points to consider when selecting an appropriate AFC system are:
1. Having experienced technical team with experience in production, installation and deployment
2. Internal production and non-dependence on foreign technology for localization, customization and maintenance of hardware and software
3- NFC Card Reader for the New Generation Mobile Application and QR Code for single-travel tickets
4. Reduce software costs in small and medium-sized cities with the possibility of providing cloud services and eliminating the need for servers and IT personnel in municipalities.
5- Consider compatibility with different citizen cards to allow municipalities to choose between different banks and the possibility of settling between them for inter-city roaming

In order to implement e-services at the national level, an electronic ticket card plan for use in the urban bus fleet with the following objectives has been designed and carried out by Iranian experts:
1- Prevent illegal ticket printing
2. Prevent the resale of tickets that have not been canceled by the bus driver.
3. Automatic switching of ticket prices without repricing costs, by creating electronic scheduling on card readers
4. The speed of operations in financial transactions and the removal of banknotes and the problems of microcredit
5- Removing waste of paper that is a national capital.
6. Customizable rate of different routes or credit applications
7- The possibility of accurate and scientific surveys of the number of passengers of each route (or users of any application), and thus the modification of the distribution of facilities such as buses in different urban routes
8- Possibility to look at the performance of service providers (such as bus drivers) and, consequently, to create a rational and inclusive system
9- Increase security in receiving service and sales costs
10. Transfer tickets to the lodges
11. Ticket sales at the gates
12. Reduce credit on buses
13. Authorization of passengers to enter the bus by the Inspector
14- Control the hours of operation and daily operation of the driver
15. Control the statistics of buying boxes
16. Control the presence of the horse
17. Various reports based on the traffic of different bus lines in two layers of management and operation
18. Covering the current performance of the bus drivers

Electronic payment devices