The MOBILITY manager appears once a year and informs about the latest developments and current projects in public transport.
You will also find on our blog selected articles from the current issue as well as other interesting articles about energy supply and public transport.
For subsequent users to accept basic systems, the systems need to be made available quickly. This is the case in many IT systems that significantly impact corporate processes – including Depot Management Systems. Functional specifications can take many months to prepare and often are not widely understood. In many respects, a basic system can be the better way to go for system introduction in the long term.
When introducing Depot Management Systems, many companies benefit from implementing a basic system first, then expanding it step by step (see cover story). Our new easy PSIeDMS start now provides such a package.
Process digitization on the one hand, manual data transfer to flanking systems on the other: Rail companies have now digitized countless business processes. However, what is missing is becoming increasingly clear – the modeling of these individual building blocks into a powerful overall system. This in turn requires standards.
When the new transport service provider took over the bus traffic for the city of Fürth they also decided to take over the established personnel dispatching system Profahr along with it. In doing so, the company not only ensured a seamless transition for passengers, but also deliberately opted for a solution that was tailored to the needs of the transport service.
In our archive you can find all issues of the Mobility Manager (former Infrastructure Manager) released since 2017.
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