EnGraph's StudentTran Featured

Our premier school bus route management software was featured in School Bus Fleet Magazine in their November 2005 issue. I'd like to give a special thanks to Thomas McMahon from Bobit Business Media for their help.

StudentTran is our MapInfo application built to support the management of students, school bus stops, and school bus routes. The system automatically assigns students to the nearest bus stop or school, based on user-defined criteria. Generate morning and afternoon school bus routes using paths and times generated by our sophisticated routing engine.

With StudentTran, our clients have optimized their services and removed over 50 school bus routes saving taxpayers over $200M a year.

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Anonymous said…
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Anonymous said…
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* When accessing Millennium Plus via the Internet using any standard browser, you send out a signal. That signal then travels to the cell phone tower nearest your current location.

* Microburst technology operates on existing cellular networks to send and receive data packets, tapping into unused channels on the back side of standard cell frequencies.

* The GPS satellites then locate and communicate with the Millennium Plus transceiver on board your vehicle, which exchanges information on location and speed, as well as executing any commands you've sent.

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Anonymous said…
Millennium Plus operates using an innovative hybrid of technologies, including GPS satellites and patented microburst cell technology. Each time you communicate with the transceiver in the vehicle, there is a two way flow of information.

* When accessing Millennium Plus via the Internet using any standard browser, you send out a signal. That signal then travels to the cell phone tower nearest your current location.

* Microburst technology operates on existing cellular networks to send and receive data packets, tapping into unused channels on the back side of standard cell frequencies.

* The GPS satellites then locate and communicate with the Millennium Plus transceiver on board your vehicle, which exchanges information on location and speed, as well as executing any commands you've sent.

* The cell towers then relay the signal back to you via the exact means by which it was sent.

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car gps,gps navigation system,handheld gps,
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