Wide Area Networks for Online Passengers Information SystemBooking facility through web interface is provided at various Reservation Centers that facilitates ticket issue on 'Any-where to Any-where basis'. The Online Passenger Reservation System (OPRS) is implemented at 117 Bus Stations throughout the Corporation with about 6000 services and 1692 ATB Agents (Paper ticket).
This project is to be utilized as per the guidelines received from the Govt. of A.P. This project enables APSRTC to procure its requirements like automobile spares, general items through the e-procurement portal that is set up by the GoAP. The personnel involving in e-Procurement activity are notified and they have to obtain the digital signatures/digital certificates for e-Procurement activity.
APSRTC has also proposed for pilot implementation of e-auction through M/s. MSTC a Governmental agency, at two of its Zonal stores’ viz. Vizianagaram. An agreement has been entered into. Interface Software is being developed for taking processed information after tendering from the firm’s portal.
Migration & Integration of IT projects to new technologies:
The legacy systems in APSRTC are as independent islands across 308 locations which are mostly in Cobol on Linux platform. APSRTC has initiated the process of migration & integration of all it’s existing IT projects to latest technologies, duly automating the non-computerized core areas also. For this purpose a new project, named Centralized integrated Solution (CIS) is launched in the month of April 2012. M/s TCS is going to implement this project for APSRTC with Oracle EBS R12. Further, the migration to latest technologies would help APSRTC in:
It will also help APSRTC improve it’s efficiency and quality of data in the following ways:
GPS IN TIMS
This proposed to track the vehicles online which enables the following advantages:
RFID Readers in TIMs
This is proposed to provide RFID reader in TIMs to obtain the following advantages.