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Computer Science Program

Project ID: 422
Author: Bilal Yousuf Siddiqui
Project Title: Travel App Generating Imperative Informatics for Enhanced End-User Experience
Semester: 2 2014
Committe Chair: Dr. Ahmed Mahdy
Committee Member 1: Dr. Dulal Kar
Committee Member 2: Dr. David Thomas
Project Description: Air travel is one of the most prominent and increasingly sought-after forms of transportation. Technological advances have helped in the evolution and advancement of air travel over the past decade. The airline industry is continuously flourishing and prospering, significantly due to customer satisfaction. The goal of this project is to enhance customer (flyer) satisfaction by providing valuable insights associated with air travel, within an android application. In the android market, the most common apps belong to high profile airlines, which generally assist users in flight search, booking, mobile check-in and access to their respective reward/frequent flyer programs. This project aims to address the unconventional areas of customer service within one android app, comprising of three different modules. Each module will aim to provide a unique functionality, such as; providing a comprehensive view of all reward programs of a user in one view, seat maps of popular airlines to assist in flight search and gate maps of eminent airports and its terminals. This app will aim to provide the user with an appealing and user -friendly interface. The app will be supported by an Oracle Express Edition 11g database server. Development environment includes, but is not limited to Eclipse, Java SDK and Android SDK.
Project URL:   422.pdf
 
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