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Contactless Fare Media System Standard Part 2: Contactless Fare Media Data Format and Interface Standard. Tomas Oliva. Using Standards to Make “Smart” Choices Talking Technology and Transportation (T3) May 17, 2006. UTFS Elements of Standardization.
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Contactless Fare Media System Standard Part 2: Contactless Fare Media Data Format and Interface Standard Tomas Oliva Using Standards to Make "Brilliant" Choices Talking Technology and Transportation (T3) May 17, 2006

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UTFS Elements of Standardization PART 3 – Regional Central System Interface Specification PART 4 – System Security Planning and Implementation Guideline PART 2 – Contactless Fare Media Data Format and Interface Standard

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General Scope of the Part 2 Standard Applies to contactless card-based toll accumulation frameworks Requires a Proximity Integrated Circuit Card (PICC) with a Card Operating System, consistent with ISO/IEC14443:2-4, with at least 2KB of useable memory Provides a detail for segments of the information design to be utilized on the card Uses existing norms and basic practices where conceivable

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General Purpose of the Part 2 Standard Define a typical arrangement of information protests that empower agreeable PICCs and Card Interface Devices (CID) to be utilized reciprocally with each other inside a framework Enable various travel offices inside a locale to acknowledge every others charge media Provide an arrangement of information questions and related programming rationale that, once created, can be connected to different tasks/frameworks

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Objectives of the Part 2 Standard Accommodate most known passage items and related administrations at present utilized as a part of the US Base card information segments on open gauges to empower publicly releasing from numerous merchants Ensure that new interface gadget advancements can be received inside the center application foundation

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Advantages of Adoption Interoperability Transit organizations can acknowledge different offices keen cards. Organization frameworks can be obtained at various times. Decreased Cost Reduced requirement for customization and re-building. Travel organizations can buy gear from various sellers (focused obtainment). Potential to share costs through regular operations.

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Use of the Part 2 Standard The Standard is not adequate to manufacture a working framework or to accomplish interoperability; for instance, organizations should likewise characterize: PICC document structure (Standard gives an illustration just) PICC information definition mapping (need to settle on decisions) List of toll items that will be acknowledged and handled by the framework Security is outside the extent of the Standard, in spite of the fact that the information engineering provides for the execution of security plans.

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Mechanism for Adoption & Use Achieve agreement for UTFS selection among taking an interest organizations. Characterize business rules for provincial program interest (counting proprietorship, administration, territorial passage items, expense and income sharing). Distinguish unmistakable messages and execution way to deal with be utilized inside the district.

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Key Terms in the Standards Following from ISO gauges: PICC: Proximity Integrated Circuit Card PCD: Proximity Coupling Device CID: Card Interface Device

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Card-Reader Transaction Overview

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General Description The fundamental information engineering is based on an arrangement of items made up of a characterized set of components. Every center question is 16 bytes long. Standard makes arrangements for extra information through augmentations to the center articles, which are likewise no more extended that 16 bytes.

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Object Definition Format Objects are characterized in a predictable organization to help with understanding. Every protest is determined in its own particular area of the standard. Protest determination: Includes a synopsis clarification of the question\'s capacity, and a table posting the components that are a piece of the question, alongside beneficiary size, potential qualities, position, and a portrayal. Finishes up with a client\'s data subsection that gives extra insights about the components that are a piece of the protest.

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Core Objects

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Directory Index Object (DIO) Contains pointers that recognize the area (document) in which most other information items are put away For every record, gives: ID of the document Size of the record Type of record Ownership (if pertinent) of the document A card ordinarily contains one and only DIO Enables AFC framework to rapidly find other information objects, while empowering the substance of information documents to be adaptable and dynamic

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Transit Application Profile Object (TAPO) The TAPO is a required center question that distinguishes the PICC\'s inception, backer, and general abilities/confinements required by the travel application. The TAPO is encoded or arranged at the PICC pre-issuance organize or the PICC instatement organize. The PICC contains one and only TAPO. Test components: Country ID, Region ID, Issuer ID, Transit application expiry date, PICC Manufacturer ID, Issuing CID ID

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PICC Holder Profile Objects (PHPO) The PHPO distinguishes the travel benefactor\'s profile in respect to their own inclinations for travel passage items and administrations The PICC contains one and only PHPO. A discretionary PHPO expansion must be used for mystery or private profile assurance. Test components: Fare class code, birth date of benefactor, dialect inclination, begin and end of profile, and related markdown

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Add/Deduct Value History Objects (A&DVO) The A&DVO will record up to eight of the latest include or Autoload (Unload) esteem exchanges from the T-tote as well as put away esteem items. The A&DVO is a discretionary protest, in spite of the fact that if utilized, no less than 2 are required. Test components: Payment sort (money, credit, repeating load, and so forth.), exchange date and time, esteem included or deducted, area where exchange occurred.

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Transaction History Objects (THO) The THO contains up to 16 of the latest exchanges, after which the most established exchange is overwritten. Takes into account up to 16 exchange sorts to be characterized. The THO is a required center question. Test components: Fare item utilized, organization where PICC was utilized, is the exchange connected to the past exchange (i.e. exchange rules), exchange esteem.

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0 = Reserved 1 = Load 2 = Product Blocked 3 = Product Un-Blocked 4 = Validation or Deduction 5 = Validation or Deduction Date and Time Override 6 = Reserved 7 = Configuration Change 8 = Previous Transaction Undone 9 = Reserved 10 = Reserved 11 = Negative List Status Change 12 = Unload 13 = Reserved 14 = Reserved 15 = Out of Region T-Purse Use Transaction Types

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Product Index Object (PIO) A compulsory record of the travel passage items (characterized by Product Objects) on a particular PICC application. Gives outline subtle elements of the travel admission items as of now put away on the PICC. Empowers AFC framework to rapidly recognize items that may be connected to the present admission installment. PICC contains one and only PIO and one PIO expansion yet can have two extra augmentations, if required. Test components: PICC exchange arrangement number (greatest of 127 exchanges are followed), toll item utilized as a part of last exchange, item sort codes.

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Available Product Objects The Standard obliges any admission items that are time-, prepaid ride/trip-, esteem , or remunerate based, and those with connected (e.g. bankcard) accounts. A given charge item is spoken to by a solitary Product Object with or without question expansions. There are 256 unmistakable Product Types accessible to every Agency (253 pass sorts, one put away esteem, one record connected and one AutoValue-based item). Every Agency characterizes the Fare Product Type Codes, and the standards for utilization of those items.

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Pass and Transfer Product Objects (P&TPO) Contains the required data or usefulness and information speaking to either a pass or exchange item. P&TPO is a center question required by the standard. Test components: Whether the client has subscribed to Autoload, pass or exchange expiry date and time, number of residual outings or rides, where the item is substantial (i.e., particular zone)

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Stored Value and T-Purse Product Objects (SV&TPPO) Stored esteem articles are office particular. The T-Purse is the provincial put away esteem admission item, for the most part put away in nearby coin ($US). At the point when the PICC is instated, SV&TPPO are generally set at 0. Autoload highlight can be empowered. There must be one occasion of a T-Purse on a PICC. Test components: Frequency of autoload, autoload edge (trigger), autoload sum

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Account Linked Product Object (ALPO) Used to characterize a toll item that is tied ("connected") to a host-based record, for example, a credit or check card Acts like a T-Purse item, aside from does not require pre-subsidizing There can be one and only occurrence of an Account Linked item on a PICC Sample components: Accumulated esteem utilized as a part of a specific day, meaning of day and age for which an exchange restrain applies, era begin, number of exchanges performed amid time constrain.

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Account Linked Reference Object (ALRO) The ALRO is a question containing the Account Linked Product reference data (e.g., bankcard number) that requires secure get to. The ALRO question must involve a devoted document on the PICC with a different security compose key. Test components: Daily utmost of installments that can be performed "on record", bankcard data from which installment is made, bankcard expiry date.

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Autovalue Product Object (APO) Implemented when an office or provincial administrator needs to give motivations (rewards) for continuous utilize or mass toll buys. Test components: Type of autovalue item, collection of significant worth units today, amassing of esteem units this week, a week ago, 2 weeks prior, and 3 weeks back.

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Evolution of the Standard Add arrangement for utilization of PICC items that don\'t meet the greater part of the prerequisites (Limited Use PICCs) Develop an Implementation Guide Develop Certification and Testing necessities

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Review Points Comprehensive depiction of articles and their components accommodati

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