QR codes are now more and more widely used in the field of electronic ticketing. Movie tickets, electronic coupons, electronic membership cards, etc. bring countless conveniences to people's daily lives. E-ticket boarding has become popular abroad, and China is also promoting e-tickets.
E-ticketing generally sends a QR code (QR code in China) picture containing relevant information to the user's mobile phone via SMS. When using it, the user only needs to take a picture on the QR code identification terminal at the specified place. The relevant information is Read it out, very convenient. The widely used electronic ticketing QR code identification terminal is Shanghai Xialang Technology's SL-QC15S. Spring and Autumn Airlines and Hainan Airlines have also applied this equipment to their systems.
In addition, since December 2009, Guangzhou Airport has begun to use electronic tickets, without a boarding pass, a QR code SMS can easily board the plane.
The Ministry of Railways began to revise railway tickets on December 10, 2009. The new version of the tickets uses QR codes as anti-counterfeiting measures, replacing the previous one-dimensional bar codes. Bus operators in Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, and Shijiazhuang City, Hebei Province use QR codes to provide public transit line information on platforms and cars