Do you know where your buses, trams, and trains are right now? – You can with AVM Light from MENTZ! Reliable vehicle monitoring is the basis for informative passenger information. And all this can be done on the smartphone without great investment.
can be used on Android smartphones
multi-client-capable web interface
low investment – no on-board computer procurement necessary
allows real-time passenger information and protected connection
The AVM Light web interface provides you with maps, allowing you to easily determine your vehicles’ current locations and how punctual those vehicles are.
Freely definable filters allow vehicles to be hidden, displayed, and highlighted.
Schematically represent vehicles
In addition to the true-to-scale GIS map, you can display your vehicles on a schematized map. The display parameters can be individually defined.
The schematized map is interactive. This enables you to display additional information about stops or vehicles by selecting them, for instance.
Connections are protected on the basis of pre-defined connection pairs. They can be imported from the scheduling software or created directly in AVM Light.
If a connection is to be protected, the driver of the connecting vehicle will automatically be asked to wait or dissolve the connection within a certain time limit. Your dispatcher can also intervene manually.
Keep passenger information up-to-date
The real-time data generated as part of vehicle monitoring can be fed directly into your passenger information. AVM Light supports the following interfaces: VDV 454 AUS and REFAUS, SIRI ET and PT, and GTFS-RT.
Vehicles can be displayed on a GIS map in either VDV 453 VIS or SIRI VM.
Keep stop displays up-to-date
Displays at stops equipped with a VDV-453-DFI or SIRI-SM interface can be provided with data directly from AVM Light.
Protect external connections
In addition to internal company protected connections, AVM Light supports connection protection with third-party buses and computer-aided control systems. This function makes use of the VDV 453 ANS and SIRI-CM interfaces.