ISAKAY: Android Based Booking System for Tri-Bike Operators and Drivers Association with Cloud-Based Data Analytics
Neil P. Balba1, Nova Marie F. Rosas2, PJ Zeder Drilon3, Sarah Jane F. Fallaria4, Julie F. Fallaria5

1Neil P. Balba, Lyceum of the Philippines University-Laguna,
2Nova Marie F. Rosas, Romblon State University,
3PJ Zeder Drilon, Romblon State University,
4Sarah Jane F. Fallaria, Romblon State University,
5Julie F. Fallaria, Romblon State University, Romblon State University.

Manuscript received on 02 July 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 08 July 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 August 2019 | PP: 1265-1269 | Volume-8 Issue-10, August 2019 | Retrieval Number: I7535078919/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.I7535.0881019
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Abstract: Convenient routine of riding in a public transport is by at large, a primary concern of the commuters as they conform on their safety while reaching such destinations. Vital to this, transportation resembles a big role in our modern society specifically when reaching any destination while carrying goods and service not only for convenience but also safety. Since the earliest days of the industrial revolution, transportation has smoothed economic development by moving materials, resources, products, and people. Rural areas in the Philippines are known in the use of “Trikes” or Tri-bike, a motorcycle attached to a side car, in transporting from one place to another. “iSakay” is a Filipino word meaning “ride” or “to book for a ride”. Due to the increasing needs of the commuters in the rural areas, ineffectiveness in communication with the drivers have still experienced and mostly, the difficulty in acquiring a ride in tri-bike becomes a problem. The researchers came up with an idea of designing and developing an Android-Based booking system that centralizes the transport management of the tri-bikes in the rural areas around the Philippines. The centralized booking system can massively produce a dashboard by means of showing data analytics via “cloud” as input and guide for the future enhancement and development of the tri-bike management system. The researchers utilized waterfall model in the development of the said software which in turns led to emanate beneficial solution to the commuters. The systems’ functionality, reliability and accuracy are tested and evaluated which in turns gives a very simple yet important recommendation easing the normal problems faced by those rural areas in the Philippines.
Keywords: Online commuters, booking system, tricycle, tribike, transportation, waterfall model, cloud, data analytics
Scope of the Article: Big Data Analytics