Dynamic Passenger Information System (Polish abbrev. SDIP) is an integrated information system, which delivers information on fulfilment of transport tasks using means of public communication to passengers and makes it available to management services. The main task of the SDIP system is to deliver information to passengers about estimated time of departure of vehicle operating a given run from a selected stop. Information on estimated time of departure is transferred to passengers and displayed using the system of stop information displays (LED/LCD). Messages are presented on electronic information media, including name of the stop, route number, estimated or/and scheduled time of departure, special announcements (information on traffic problems, detours, ticket prices, etc.) and advertising.
Mobile monitoring system developed by SiMS is designed for installation in vehicles. It increases passenger, driver and vehicle safety. Mobile monitoring system fulfils its task both inside and outside the vehicle. It is a very simple and innovative solution. Video footage is recorded on hard drives of the recorder in a special pocket with a shock-resistant system. Footage can be watched in real time in the vehicle or replayed from the recorder in the dispatch center. The monitoring system offered by our company is a perfect solution for both big carriers and small transport companies. It can be used widely on the automotive market, e.g. public transport, driving lessons, special services, emergency services, etc.
The main feature of vehicles manufactured these days is general use of advanced electronic technology. Microprocessors are essential components of automotive subassemblies, gradually replacing analog, mechanical and electromechanical solutions. Therefore, the possibility of identification of defects of these subassemblies becomes one of the basic requirements for carmakers. These tasks are performed by Vehicle Diagnostics Systems. They conduct ongoing diagnostic tests, making possible quick detection and location of defects. The defect code is saved in diagnostic equipment memory, from where it can be read by external diagnostic systems.