CAR RENTAL RESERVATION/MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WITH TRACKING CAPABILITY PERFORMANCE (No of pages:80)

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TABLE CONTENT

 

CHAPTER

Chapter-1

INTRODUCTION

Chapter-2

PROBLEM STATEMENT

Chapter-3

  OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

Chapter-4

LITERATURE REVIEW

Chapter-5

DESIGN OF UML (UNIFIED MODELING LANGUAGE)

Chapter-6

           GPS TECHNOLOGY WORKING

Chapter-7

EMBEDDEDINTRODUCTION

Chapter-8

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Chapter-9

RESULT AND DISCUSSION

Chapter-10

RESULT AND DISCUSSION

Chapter-11

OVERVIEW OF CAR TRACKING CAPABILITY USING GPS

Chapter-12

         SYSTEM FUNCTIONALITY AND SCREENSHOTS

Chapter-13

FINDING

Chapter-14

RECOMMENDATIONS

Chapter-15

CONCLUSSIONS

 Chapter-16

 REFERENCES

Chapter-16

APPENDIX A: QUESTIONAIRE

INTRODUCTION:

The car rental contract is designed in a specific form for the car leasing at which consists of the agreement between the lessee (renter) with the leaser (owner) of the automobile. Whereby at the specific time agreed he lessee entitles the right of the usage of the car, and at the same time the leaser will offer the features of the car agreed, together with the tax payment, insurance, maintenance, and the accessories and including the realization value added of the valuation of the car. Foreign car rental industry through over several decades of development, has built up an

enormous car rental service network taking over most of the business in the world. On the market, the car demand of the car rental has already had the whole 10% of car yield in the developed western countries.

OBJECTIVES:

  1. To identify the user requirements lessees/renters
  2. To develop a web based system to help manage the business and keeps records of all the data of the customers, the cars they rented and the duration.
  3. To install a GSM-GPS alarm in a car and then connect it to the management system
  4. To evaluate the usability of the system.

 

Problem statement and literature review:

PROBLEM STATEMENT

A car rental is a vehicle that can be used temporarily for a fee during a specified period. Getting a rental car helps people get around despite the fact they do not have access to their own personal vehicle or don’t own a vehicle at all. The individual who needs a car must contact a rental car company and contract out for a vehicle. This system increases customer retention and simplify vehicle and staff management.

LITERATURE REVIEW:

INTRODUCTION

This chapter provides an overview on the different technologies applied on the car rental industry. The car rental is such a big market which needs a massive effort to be improved.

Some of the technologies that are available now in the market are listed below: Perot Systems has proven experience and expertise helping organizations worldwide develop, enhance, and manage their applications and IT infrastructure to maximize returns on their IT investments. And we can help your business achieve and increase competitive advantage through the creation of flexible, customer-focused, enterprise wide global information systems. (Perot Systems, 2005)

The design and development of an alarm device that can disseminate disaster early warnings to threatened communities over the GSM network. The device is capable of generating audible, high-volume alarms, flashlights and turning on an in-built radio in response to a warning message from an authorized entity via GSM’s short message service (SMS) or cell broadcast (CB). The design of the device follows international guidelines on emergency communications, such as the ability to reach a large number of people very fast, awaken sleeping communities, and be able to acknowledge warning messages. The alarm has been designed as a last-mile technology in a larger Disaster. Early Warning network (DEWN). It is intended to be place in selected locations such as police stations, places of religious places and community centers

The Transition to web-based reservation systems and IP-based call centers with multilingual support Migrate mission-critical applications from legacy mainframe systems to open platforms using contemporary technologies seamlessly in titrate business partners and suppliers to successfully deliver services. (Perot Systems, 2005) Deliver solutions based on technologies including GPS navigation, Chip & PIN, and voice to improve trace and track capabilities and fleet management Build, implement, and support fleet management solutions, vehicle scheduling, purchasing and billing, and other back-office applications to achieve business efficiencies. (Perot Systems, 2005) Integrate databases at various points of sale and field locations to maintain continuity of service delivery in real time, Perot Systems has helped leading car rental companies achieve higher levels of operational excellence and increase their customer base while consolidating and enhancing legacy IT systems to maximize return on technology investments. (Perot Systems, 2005)

The server checks whether or not any vehicle maintenance/consumable item, which is required to be replaced according to the accumulated travel distance information transmitted from the wireless terminal, is present, based on the accumulated travel distance-based vehicle maintenance consumable item replacement time information stored in the recording medium.

Methodology & references: 

 METHODOLOGY TO BE USED:

 It is theorized here that academic investigations such as this one has to be approached in a manner that is very and it is at this chapter where a determination will be made of the most appropriate methodology (Research Methodology, 2009). The careful selection of the methodology that will be used in order to collect information for the purposes of satisfying the research objectives of the project is very important as it is will determine the quality of information that is obtained. For this project, the information that would be processed and synthesized for the purposes of satisfying the research objectives would be collected from a variety of primary and secondary research sources and this means that primary and secondary research tools will be used in order to gather data for this project. It is the opinion of the researcher that the use of primary and secondary research methods would be very beneficial in drawing in the correct data for the purpose satisfying the research objectives.

 USE CASE DIAGRAM:

The use case diagram is a visualization of a use-case analysis which is one of behavior diagrams of UML design, i.e., the interaction between the system and the users. This system allows user to do registration, see information, products, make reservation and do payment as well. This system requires login from the admin before the admin can make new reservations or edit any existing ones besides the admin can have the system send messages to the cars to get the coordinates in order to locate cars.

 GPS TECHNOLOGY:

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based navigation system made up of a network of 24 satellites placed into orbit by the U.S. Department of Defense. GPS will be used

originally intended for military applications, but in the 1980s, the government made the system available for civilian use. GPS works in any weather conditions, anywhere in the world,24 hours a day. There are no subscription fees or setup charges to use GPS.

 DATA COLLECTION METHOD –

SOURCES OF DATA:

The data will be collected from both Primary and Secondary sources for the research work.

PRIMARY DATA:

The primary data will be collected with the help of questions, which consists of closed ended questions. The questionnaire will be chosen for of its simplicity and reliability. Researchers can expect a straight answer, which is directly related to the questions asked. Interpretation of data under this can also be done correctly. It helps the responded to understand the significance and answer reliability. In this method response rate and reliability is higher. In addition to this the data will be collected through observation method and personal interview.

SECONDARY DATA:

Secondary data will be collected through the document provided by Personnel Department such as training schedules, personnel manuals, reports regarding scheme etc., relevant books from various authors on HRD, magazines, journals and other reports.

STATISTICAL TOOLS USED:

The design tool will be used to analyze the data is Percentage method. The method is very simple to analyze the data

DATA ANALYSIS:

The data, which will be collected from the respondents through a structured questionnaire, will be organized, processed and tabulated on a data sheet. Separate tables will be furnished under specific headings. They will be analyzed with the help of statistical analysis techniques in order to interpret the data and draw conclusions.

SAMPLE SIZE:

The Sample constituted of 100 Employees of the company

Target respondents:- Employees of the company

Sampling techniques:- Random sample

Data analysis techniques:- Data will be analysed through pie chart, bar chart etc.

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