Servicefinder tracks what tires are on an operation’s buses, tread depth and how many miles are on the tires. Built-in tire rotation patterns automate associated data entry work.
Transfinder’s Servicefinder is a browser-based solution for school bus fleet maintenance that school district and contractor transportation personnel can use to perform a variety of tasks.
A tire management tool measures tread depth, schedules tire rotation and tracks the mileage on each vehicle.
A fuel import interface provides vehicle fuel usage history and is customizable to measure fuel consumption and provide odometer readings.
In addition, a bar code reader ensures the accuracy of part numbers by reading standard manufacturer bar codes; it also prints bar codes for optimal inventory control.
A flat rate repair metrics tool associates flat labor rates with defined repair codes to measure technician productivity on specific tasks.
Transfinder has also released Version 9.0 of its Routefinder Pro school bus routing software. The latest version includes several new features.
Route sequence optimization adjusts a trip and its stops based on selected criteria. It can also automatically create a new trip and generate two ways to run a trip.
An analytics/transportation metrics tool enables pupil transportation personnel to analyze their operations and then make recommendations to district officials that will improve efficiency and increase cost savings.
Finally, Routefinder Pro 9.0 incorporates mapping technology though Infofinder le. The map displays the location of a student’s home relative to his or her morning and afternoon pick-up locations. District personnel can then more easily answer questions from parents or administrators regarding this information.