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Smart public transportation system in the prospective of Bangladesh using android application and RFID technology

@inproceedings{Uddin2017SmartPT,
  title={Smart public transportation system in the prospective of Bangladesh using android application and RFID technology},
  author={Mohammed Adnan Uddin and Asif Faiyaz Bithil and Abed Al Shihab and Mashrah Bin Hyder},
  year={2017}
}
In this project we have implemented the model of a Smart Public Bus Transportation System that will ease the hassle of women and senior citizens of our country, as we observed they face so many difficulties in their day to day life while using the Public Bus transportation. So we came up with a unique idea to ease their problem by technology. In this project, we tried to implement a model for Smart Public Transportation System In the prospective Of Bangladesh Using Android Application and RFID… 

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