News Tagged With: computer-aided-dispatch
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May 7, 2013

Clever Devices' dispatch product honored

CleverCAD, the company's computer-aided dispatch product, received the 2013 Long Island Software Award, which recognizes innovative software solutions developed by Long Island technology companies that advance the software industry.


October 22, 2012

Mentor Engineering to equip Calif. paratransit

Mentor Ranger in-vehicle computers are installed on Butte Regional Transit’s (B-Line) paratransit buses. Electronic manifests have allowed the B-Line to significantly reduce the amount of paper they use, and with accurate status and location information now available, on-time performance is easier to track and analyze.


September 23, 2011

Delaware taps Trapeze for ITS

Will provide computer-aided dispatch and automatic vehicle location technology integrated with Delaware Transit Corp.’s existing fixed-route and paratransit scheduling and operations management.


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