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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Pavel Malkov
Mobile Application for Remote Petrol Payment
Software Engineering
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
There is a huge amount of people at the gasoline stations during rush hours and they are waiting for their turn for a long time – here are some of the main problems that concern car owners and create great inconvenience for the employees of these stations. In this article, we present a mobile application on iOS platform that will help to abandon the usual ways of paying for gasoline and maximize this process with the help of modern technologies. The application will make this process quick and convenient with such technologies as location by GPS and online payment. This would make the car refueling process much easier and increase customer loyalty for the project’s partner companies which in its turn will allow the application to be implemented in most gas stations in the nearest future.

The paper contains 47 pages, 23 diagrams, 3 tables, 18 sources.

Keywords - gasoline station, mobile application, iOS, online payment, Apple Pay, navigation.

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