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8 Land transportation simply means any form of transportation that takes place onland.

9 Water transportation is the movement of cargo or passengers through or across bodies of water.

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11 The main advantage of the electronic ticket: It cant be lost of forgetten at home. There is no longer any need for a passenger to carry a ticket with him. Time saving. No need to go anywhere. Real-time process Following the cargo by tracking id number. 7/24 serviceable

12 Need internet and PC experience. Might need a credit card or some other form of payment. Security problems Non-updated services

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15 E-logistics is a dynamic set of communication computing and collaborative technologies. E-logistics is to deliver right products in right quantities at right place and time to the right customer.

16 E-LogisticsTraditional Logistics Supported by information systems, including business partners and customers, has an integrated structure Every business is done through information systems, and can be monitored simultaneously. Car parking, storage etc. There is the physical elements and essential to get the job done. Work is done manually.

17 1. Method of Payment 2. Check Product Availability 3. Arrange Shipment 4. Insurance 5. Replenishment 6. Contact with Costumers 7. Returns

18 E-logistics process; Whether products are automatically packaging, labeling, handling Use of internet-based systems for customs clearance and shipment planning Vehicles with satellite tracking systems The use of warehouse automation systems operations E-logistics brings more speed and program

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21 Business activities with low cost and less error allows for faster and more efficiently. Customers are very large markets become more knowledgeable about a lot of products and services to help. Businesses can monitor and interact more effectively the needs of customers increases. Provides the benefit of time and place. Internal and external communication takes place more easily. Increase the diversity of the business service

22 EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) Intranet (Management and Employee Relations) Extranet (Property, Supply and Distribution System Relations) Internet (Business and Customer Relations) Warehouse Management System(WMS) Automatic Identification / Data Collection Systems(Barkod, RFID)

23 Vehicle Tracking Systems(GPRS, Geographic Information Systems) Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP) Customer Relationship Management(CRM) Order Management Systems etc. listed as. RFID and barcode systems under control every move!

24 A software system designed to manage transportation operations and ensure better service, decrease routing time with optimized cost and full efficiency. The purpose of this systems is to manage and control company transport provided by employer to employees.

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26 Planning and decision making Transportation Execution Transport follow-up Measurement

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28 Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) include telematics and all types of communications in vehicles, between vehicles (e.g. car-to-car), and between vehicles and fixed locations (e.g. car- to-infrastructure). However, ITS are not restricted to Road Transport - they also include the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) for rail, water and air transport, including navigation systems

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30 1. Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) 2. Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS) 3. Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) 4. Advanced Vehicle Control Systems (AVCS) 5. Advanced Public Transportation Systems (APTS) 6. Advanced Rural Transportation Systems (ARTS)

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32 All ticket information is stored electronically in the computer system and an itinerary receipt is given to you at the time of ticketing containing all ticket data. Reservation and payment procedures are all the same as in paper ticket.

33 Southwest Airlines is credited with offering the first e-tickets for passengers in Although some sources say the Atlanta-based bargain carrier ValueJet was first in , the industry reported half of all tickets sold were "paperless" or e-tickets

34 First step visit web site Choose from-where city/country Determine day-date-hour Choose a proper place Control Pay Ticket Finish

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36 People always carry their mobile every where they go, so we will add to the cellphone another tool: the capability to pay! So they can carry less on their wallets. The E –Ticket will work on smartphones that has the NFC chip inside and have Android,Symbian or İOS as the operational system.

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38 You dont have wait for hours.

39 Time saving, especially when a purchase is made via Internet.

40 Digitally stored tickets in the database,which protects you against loss, theft. You can buy a ticket from anywhere without going. If you lose your e-ticket receipt you simply go on-line and print another one.

41 A computer crash could cause a passangers reservation and other information to simply vanish. Need knowledge about e-ticket system Security problems

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