The most popular basic necessity for daily life is cab service. It can be difficult to find a cab or auto driver who is asking for a fair fare. Many journeys come to an end after discussion and misunderstanding between the driver and other passengers.
The Digital Fare Meter is driven by characteristics like precise reading, simplicity of installation, high durability, and ease of compatibility. The digital fare metres are widely preferred by end-users because they require little maintenance.
The use of a digital fare meter system will make it easier for drivers to obtain an automatically calculated fare for each passenger’s journey.
This project is written in Dart and is based on the flutter framework. Dart is a programming language that Google developed and keeps up with. A cross-platform framework for building high-performance mobile apps is called Flutter.
In this system, the cab driver can log in to the system using a username and password. And if they are new to this application then the cab driver has to register to log in.
For every new trip source and the destination has to be specified by the driver. Then the system will show the route on the map, cost, and time. It will automatically redirect to Google Maps App to navigate.
Once the driver reaches the passenger’s destination, then the driver will need to choose “how the passenger paid for the trip”- whether it was an online payment or by cash. The user can view the list of all their trips and filter it by date.
- The system is cross-platform.
- It is user-friendly
- It is easy to maintain.