This quarter there have been further improvements to the Simacan platform. Below you can read what's new.
⏰New ''DC Arrival Display''
The DC Arrival Display has been revamped in a number of areas:
- It is now possible to display lines based on ''stops'' instead of ''drops.'' This now clearly shows how many trips are going to arrive and thus how busy it will be based on the number of vehicles that will arrive.
- Completed actions are now displayed grouped in the list on a gray background. In addition, the Arrival Display moves automatically throughout the day to the next expected action. This makes it easier to keep track of what is to come.
- Sorting on the 'Expected' column has been improved, so that actions are now always sorted according to the realized, expected or planned time (in that order).
- It is now possible to click on one of the bars in the chart at the top, which will filter the list by the actions in that time period.
- Some visual improvements have been made to the interface.
- The Transport Performance Monitor has more data. All travel times can now be analyzed whose departure and arrival is monitored. Previously, travel times were only included when the complete trip was monitored.
- The Estimated Time of Arrival now takes into account seasonal effects. During vacations, vehicles are expected to arrive earlier, while in autumn we take into account slightly later arrivals.
- In trip details, the "trip vehicles" option is now also available (in the map menu "Layers"). This makes it possible to see which other vehicles are currently in the vicinity of the trip. When a trip vehicle is clicked, the corresponding trip is opened. The functionality thus works the same as in the trip list.
- Further testing/analysis of the Last Mile Guidance functionality with Trimble to find potential improvements.
- Minor improvements to the Dashboards (More charts/tables with useful information).
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