NimBus helps passenger transport managers to plan rides and control their execution. It makes it possible to track urban, suburban, and interurban passenger transportation.
The application allows you:
- to distribute units (vehicles) by routes;
- to monitor rides online;
- to control adherence to the schedules;
- to track the unit on the route;
- to create notifications about events during the ride;
- to execute reports on rides.
Learn the basic concepts used in the application.
|Block||A chain of schedules which are executed successively by one unit and belong to the routes with the same number and type of transport.|
|Collection of routes||The unity of routes with the same name and type.|
|Depot||A repository which stores stops, routes, schedules, history of rides and other information related to the functioning of the service.|
|Operation pattern||The list of days when the schedule should be active.|
|Ride||The movement of a vehicle (unit) from the place of departure to the destination along a specific route and according to the assigned schedule. The ride is one of the key concepts in NimBus.|
|Route||The path of the unit which consists of stopping points (stops).|
|Schedule||A table which contains information about the time of passing through stops.|
|Stop||A geographical area (polygon, circle) which a unit should visit during its ride.|
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