3. Requirements Gathering Cont.
• GPS –Global Positioning
• It keep track of vehicle
location by VTS(vehicle
tracking system) assembled
• It could be accessed over
the Internet or a Server
What is GPS?
4. Customer Satisfaction
City bus traveller want buses they can count on to get them
where they need to go on Time. On Time Arrival
Consider the possibility of implementing GPS tracking
systems which allow customers to get bus location and other
information on mobile. Passenger Information System
Increases driver and passenger Safety.
With the use of GPS tracking systems, you can increase your
ability to operate a city-wide bus system that is stress free and
reliable for customers.
5. Company Satisfaction
Monitoring- If there's a specific bus route or driver causing delays
within the system, the problem can be easily identified and corrected,
saving time, financial resources, and maintaining customer
Fuller Buses-It allow routine passengers to use Bus more often. For e.g.
if a passenger can verify his or her bus is running on time via their cell
phone they are more likely to ride bus.
Saving Fuel- By correcting the most inefficient routes in your system
Follow Traffic-By monitoring all instances of over-speeding & accidents.
Efficient route planning.
Stop unauthorized vehicle use.
Expedite stolen vehicle recovery.
Improve response time for any emergency situation.
LOCATE POS 34 05.8779 N 118 20.6368 W ALT 377 FT SPEED 0.0 MPH
COURSE 11.05 AT 08/04/05 22:31:51 UTC SATS 04
This is a location report from the tracker. The fields are:
• LOCATE - the report is the result of a manual locate request.
• POS 34 05.8779 N 118 20.6368 W - latitude and longitude in degrees and
• ALT 377 FT - measured GPS altitude, only accurate for 4 or more satellites
• SPEED 0.0 MPH - speed of the GPS unit when the fix was taken.
• COURSE 11.05 - course in degrees if the unit was moving
• AT 08/04/05 22:31:51 UTC- Year, month, day, hour, minute, second
Universal Coordinated Time
• SATS 04 - number of satellites providing the fix. Four or more indicates a
3D fix (altitude valid) while three satellites indicates a less-accurate 2D fix.