A Transit Management System (TMS) is a system that comprehensively manages information related to vehicle location and operational status. The TMS contains various information systems, including Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) and the Passenger Information System (PIS), which are linked to provide more sophisticated functions. Each system of the TMS collects various types of information from buses such as vehicle location information, driving speed, the number of times each bus door opens and closes, braking frequency and actual run route. Such information can help bus transit companies plan for changes in bus dispatching and routes, optimize capital investments and so on, in order to enhance the user-friendliness of bus services and improve profitability of the bus transit business.
These integrated and optimised solutions boost the performance of operations required by transportation companies with complete route, fleet and service management, providing accuracy, safety and compliance for operators and passengers.
SERVICE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
Complete real-time view of services with relevant
insights and actionable tools for efficent regulation.
SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE
Ability for the agency to proactively address all safety and compliance requirements, with centralized management system.
ESTIMATED TIME OF ARRIVAL（ETA)
ETA engine calculates arrival information in realtime merging it with timetables and disseminates information to various media and places (bus stop displays, web, mobile apps and services).
Bus announcement system communicate the current bus position and other relevant contextual
messages to passengers, which can be displayed on LCD displays, LED signs or played through speakers.
ROUTE and FLEET MANAGEMENT
TMS offers simple, comprehensive and intuitive tools for managing all assets and aspects of agency's operations.
DEEP and INSIGHTFUL ANALYTICS
Providing agency and authority with relevant, timely and accurate KPI’s and tools to perform complex and flexible analysis of underlying data that is either scheduled or ad hoc (to dig deeper).