Transticketing Device for Ticket Printing
A driver's monitor is used for ticket printing as well as other functions made to cater to the driver of the unit, it can also be used for the passenger's tap in and tap out fare payment.
Below are the devices' notable features.
The driver's monitor facilitates KM distance traveled fare calculation, fare collection via
FILIPAY Card and QR code, offline function, ticket printing, FILIPAY credits reloading, driver’s
time tracker and dispatch management. The device features screen as well as sound notification
and is built with professional materials for the daily transactions of modern PUVs.
The device automatically prints receipts for every passenger after tapping out at the Passenger Validator. It records the distance traveled, fare deducted, and remaining FILIPAY credits. The Driver’s Monitor is equipped with a high voltage printer with up to 80mm/s printing speed.
The device allows ride transactions via contactless cards and mobile application even with interrupted or lack of connectivity. Ride transactions and data will be stored in the management system when devices have access to network connection.
The device allows drivers to log into their accounts to record time in, time out, PUV unit, number of trips, and route. These data are transmitted to the FILIPAY Management Dashboard and recorded as downloadable reports for transport operators and managers.
The Driver’s Monitor, through the Passenger Validator, also tracks the daily fare payment transactions including reference number, distance traveled, total fare deduction, remaining FILIPAY credits, and date and time of transaction.
The device allows drivers to track the number of one-way trips. These data are transmitted to the FILIPAY Management Dashboard and recorded as downloadable reports for transport operators and managers.