The objective of the project is to develop a system for the electronic equipment that controls and manages the passenger register (PASO), installed in the metro station located at the Seville airport, in Spain.
This equipment registers and sends user access control data to the metro station via Ethernet such as the number of users, entrances and exits, rush hours, ticket coding, to name among the most relevant. It is also connected to other electronic equipment that makes up the station's input and output circuit, such as door motors, sensors, alarms, among others. It has simultaneous execution programs that carry out functional and control processes.
The activities that we have developed within this project are framed in the modification of the main program for the implementation of sensors, and the redesign, testing and implementation of the new two-way communication process of the PASO (verification of cards and QR codes and validation of trips), as well as the installation, management and control of the PASO doors for the validation of user cards (Contactless), and the registration, dumping and analysis of the database.
Type of project: Railway.
Ad Maiorem intervention:
- Development of comprehensive Ticketing systems for rail transport.
- Development of embedded software for different railway signaling systems and products and passenger information (applied to the passage).
Location: Madrid, Spain.
- GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)
- Microsoft Visual Code
- Microsoft Visual Studio
- QT Creator
- Extensible Markup Language (XML)
- ISO / IEC 14443: Identification cards, integrated contactless circuit cards, proximity cards.