As transport law enforcement department, you would want ease of administrative backlogs and streamlined operations in your division as well as the courts. It can be attained by ergonomic functionality of various administrative and on-road operations. However, the cities are developing at rapid pace. New roads and vehicles are being added to the already extensive scope of traffic that the transport department has to monitor. Additionally, you might face shortage of staff strength and amenities. In such a scenario, disentangled proceedings may come off as a goal hard to attain.

Manual data entry on conventional data pads often breeds ground for errors. Despite officers’ best efforts, mistakes can include incomplete or incorrect information. Even if everything is correct, there can be issues with the ticket because handwriting is illegible or smudged. There is a possibility of mistake during data entry, especially if the information must be entered in multiple, separate systems in its transmission from officer to court. This puts every citation at risk for being dismissed. To top it all, each minute spent on the side of the road increases the contact exposure to a law violator or even potentially being hit by traffic. Every second counts when issuing and processing citations.
According to a report by Department of Transport, use of electronic data collection systems during citation process enables reports to be completed with 750 fewer keystrokes, and eliminate 200 keystrokes from traffic citations. An effective e-Citation solution can cut the time it takes to issue citations by 50% over manual tickets.

We realize that you need solutions that increase productivity, efficiency and revenue while also cutting costs and increasing officer safety.

Our e-citation solution brings agility and accuracy to the citation process. The solution consists of hardware such as mobile computer and portable printer, facilitated by custom software. This software running on the mobile computer manages the citation issuance process. It may be a simple forms-based application that mimics the paper citation, which requires minimal training to use. Menus, check-boxes and other limited-response mechanisms help ensure that only correct information is recorded. Sketches, pictures and signatures can be captured via. the inbuilt scanner in mobile computer. Once all the offender data is collected and entered in the computer or handheld e-ticketing device, the officer saves it to the computer’s memory or uploads it to a remote host computer using “real-time” wireless communication, and a citation is automatically printed by the thermal printer. The offender can choose to make the payment of fine on-the-spot or at the city court. Necessary provision has been given for payment processing.

Therefore, our software-based systems can conduct the data processing and communications in. Reducing errors can significantly decrease the number of tickets dismissed and increase payment yield without actually writing any more tickets. The solution allows you to streamline seconds. They free up personnel for patrolling duties, allowing them to get hold of more offenders processes, eliminate redundant data entry while increasing field access to real time information, database files and GPS mapping systems.