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									          PRESENTATION OF SMS
         PROTOTYPE APPLICATION



 Accessing to information about road
       obstruction through mobile
             phone via SMS service


Božič Sašo              Faculty of Organizational Sciences
              PROBLEM


ROAD OBSTRUSCTION:

   -   traffic accidents
   -   road work
   -   traffic jam
   -   weather condition
   -   rush hour
   -   border crossing traffic
           CONSEQUENCE


TRAFFIC JAM:

   -   more pollution of environment
   -   more time is wasted
   -   disordered nerves
   -   higher costs of travelling
       PROTOTYPE SOLUTION


USE OF MOBILE COMMUNICATION
TECHNOLOGY:
 -providing traffic information
 -system M-vrata from mobile operator Mobitel
 -outside service provider
 -exchanging SMS messages
 -through mobile network
 -provided infrastructure
 - application development
    PROTOTYPE FUNCTIONING


USER/PROVIDER COMMUNICATION:
 -user sends SMS message with Key word through mobile network
 -Mobitel’s system transforms SMS message to XML package
 -package is sent to URL address of provider server
 -application processes received XML package
 -create XML response package and sends it back to Mobitel
 -Mobitel converts received XML package to SMS message
 -sends SMS to users mobile phone number
 - user receives SMS containing information he requested
           LESSONS LEARNED


ADVANTAGE:
 - user can access very specific information regarding traffic
 in region of his interest Mobitel’s


DISADVANTAGES:
 -service provider is bounded on sending SMS messages in
 response to users request, he can not send MMS message or
 voice message to user that may be useful in service
 - system M-vrata does not enable location depended services
                 CONCLUSION


STATEMENT:
 - SMS service based on system M-vrata enables users and service
 provider to exchange of short and very specific information at
 any chosen time


OTHER EXAMPLE:
 - information on start of specific sessions
 - information on free parking spaces
 - information about lunch and refreshment

								
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