COVID-19 has taught us that adapting quickly to changing situations is critical. In public transit, stakeholders need to determine which services to tailor as well as which vehicles need maintenance and/or cleaning. Having valuable data on non-working or un-sanitized vehicle components allows agencies to quickly react and stay on top of their service requirements. Through a cloud-based maintenance system, OMIS, it is possible to meet these goals:
Enable a real-time, tablet-based approach to your vehicles’ commission, maintenance, and cleaning tasks.
Ensure transparency through web-based test reports accessible by all agency stakeholders.
View historical tasks during your fleet’s maintenance or commissioning process.
Create work orders based on GTFS stop identification information
Report defective component data to multiple stakeholders at once. (For instance, vehicles reporting out of APC quality specification and vehicles which do not report APC data at all are flagged for both the data analytics team and maintenance personnel to see.)
Resolve issues through automated work order notifications.