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86 Smart Card Interoperability Issues for the Transit Industry Simulator Card TCRP API OTI OTI for OTI Proprietary Reader Saturn 5000 API GUI Application (EXE) TCRP API ASK ASK for ASK Proprietary Reader LDB 215 API Card Transit Applications on Smart Card Time-Based pass Trip-Based pass Purse Figure 20. Simulator's components layout. Select a reader. Select agencies to accept its fare tickets. Click "Poll" button to start polling a fare ticket at the selected reader. Present the smartcard at the selected reader. The transaction information will show on the simulator. 7.4 Conclusion Creating a standard contactless smartcard reader API for transit applications is feasible. Analysis of more contactless smartcard readers is needed to develop a broader and more scalable standard API.