The Planning Process for USIM Students’ Car Booking
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Keywords:mobile application, USIM, Telegram, Grab, real-time location, MyRide
The main purpose of this research is to develop a car booking mobile application for USIM students to enhance the current method of booking a car. The limitation with the current system via Telegram, a chat application, is not purposely developed for transportation service. Moreover, existing app as Grab is costly, especially for USIM students. The application's key technology is the Global Positioning System (GPS), which is built into every smartphone. A GPS receiver is used to track real-time car coordination by continually receiving location data from GPS satellites in the form of latitude and longitude information. Therefore, the goal of this research is to develop MyRide: a mobile application for car booking. Finally, a Waterfall approach was chosen for this research, and the system includes authentication and authorization capabilities as security measures.
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