The OVPocket software enables conductors to write offence reports on a smartphone. It also handles offence report payments and conductors can check all address details using the incorporated postcode book. The conductor prints the penalty notice using a wireless printer and thereby also completes the administrative tasks. You process the fines and financial transactions in the BackOffice: from generating a bank giro credit form and payment collections to matching payments. The tool also allows conductors to draw up clear reports such as income per concession and the timesheet and travel administration.
The OVPocket is suitable for checking OV chip cards (public transport chip cards), it is SDOA compliant and TLS certified. Reading the OV chip card, including all transaction details and the travellers’ profile, is simplified using the RFID reader.
Use the OVPocket to set up mobile check-in and check-out points for the OV chip card. A convenient solution in cases where access gates are broken, where temporary resources are required or in smaller neighbourhoods and for regional buses where a fixed check-in and check-out point would be too costly, too inconvenient or not always necessary.
In addition to checking and issuing penalty charges for travel tickets, a conductor can also issue fines if a passenger demonstrates aggressive behaviour or cannot produce a valid ID. The OVPocket contains all relevant offence codes (articles 72 to 74 of the 2000 Passenger Transport Act).
While on the move, public transport staff need information to carry out their jobs. This ranges from current travel information and management information to manuals and (emergency) call-ups. The OVPocket is equipped to handle the various roles demanded of public transport staff and to register travel ticket sales (including one-off OV chip cards) where the outstanding amounts are automatically sent to the back office.