Capstone Open Access
Mr.Pao Wong, WongATM
Date of Defense
Faculty of Applied Science & Technology (FAST)
Honours Bachelor of Computer Science (Mobile Computing)
Third party ATM Companies that do not belong to any central banks often run into issues with scaling as they buy terminals from multiple different companies which they then need to manage themselves. Whether through manual calculations and understanding of a location’s traffic and clientele, to providing an optimized route to ensure they save as much time and money on gas expenses and overtime. There is also a need to verify that the correct amount of money was loaded into the ATMs, if an employee has already visited that terminal, and a way for an employee to understand ATM error codes. However, each of these ATM manufacturers have their own sites that the owner has to login to which can create a lot of wasted time and confusion as they navigate through the many different websites and applications. OADR plans to consolidate the features of applications that are currently in use and provide a unified coherent experience in a web app that these companies can use. With a mobile application for field workers that allows them to verify their reloads, and repairs, and gives them access to a database to access the many error codes that an ATM Terminal can have.
Hongpong, Brendon; Sano, Neil; and Jaura, Mandeep, "OADR (Optimized ATM Dispatch Route)" (2022). Student Capstones. 11.