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Design and Evaluation of a Mobile Payment System for Public Transport: the MobiPag STCP Prototype

  title={Design and Evaluation of a Mobile Payment System for Public Transport: the MobiPag STCP Prototype},
  author={Marta Campos Ferreira and Teresa Galv{\~a}o Dias and Jo{\~a}o Falc{\~a}o e Cunha},
The general adoption of mobile devices and their increasing functionality allow their use to make payments. This wide-spreading reality is being applied to several sectors, including public transport. In fact, there are several advantages of mobile payment and ticketing over traditional systems, such as queue avoidance, ubiquitous and remote access to payment, and the lack of need to carry physical money. This paper presents a prototype of a mobile payment system for public transport using… 

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