The Automated Dispatch System (ADS) offers you Automatic Vehicle Location and High speed of customer request service. ADS is one of Daisy's most advanced developments. It is a fully integrated complete navigation system using a GPSfor automatic location of every vehicle of your fleet. Designed and implemented for first time in 1999, the system is award winner from many exhibitions.
BASIC SYSTEM FEATURES AND ADVANTAGES
- ADS Automatically locates the closest or the best situated vehicle
- Easy and convenient communications between the driver and the dispatch center through Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) - The ability of data exchange between vehicles in case of emergencies traffic jams, accidents, etc - High speed of customer request service
- Provides fairness to drivers - Creates excellent professional coditions for both driver and passenger - Remarkably flexible architecture, which allows for a multifunctional use - Optional online electronic payment - Cost-effective for the Central Dispatch Station (CDS) - Panic button
-Minimum service time
-Automatic identification of customer point-of-pick-up by caller ID Payment by member or debit cards - Payment by member or debit cards - Keeps track of paid/non-paid vehicle runs - VIP service - Regular order entry
Security of valuable goods
- Automatic real-time vehicle tracking
-Communication with all vehicles at the same time
-On time response to every emergency
- Real-time oute update
-Interactive addition of new addresses upon order execution
FEATURES OF DAISY'S SPECIALIZED MOBILE DATA TERMINAL FOR THE TAXI INDUSTRY
The MDT provides the interface between the cab driver and the automated system It enables real-time vehicle location through a built-in GPS receiver. The MDT features a built-in GSM/SPRS module, which ensures the connection to the Automated Dispatch System. Drivers and dispatch operators communicate by means of a grpahic data display.
All the necessary information (address, customer's request, etc.) is displayed on the screen, thus ignore errors of both drivers and dispatch operators. The driver enters data through a set of 5 keys running preprogrammed fuctions, and four keys running programmable functions.