The Main Problem (2) - Case study 2:Delivering people more...

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Unformatted text preview: Case study 2 :Delivering people more efficiently through telecommunication. Chapter 6. Done by : Sawsan Amawi Doa’a Ahmad The Main Problem • The van drivers who shuttled the railway worker could not communicate with the dispatcher while in route ,and at each stop the driver would have to call the dispatcher to find out the where to go next. • This problem frustrated all involved especially the railways that paid for the shuttle services so they want to deal with new transportation industries to: a. Reduce cost b. To have flexibility c. To have more accurate ETA’s Scott Boyes 1. Scott Boyes: Has worked in the Canadian transportation industry 1. He found that his company was slow to adopt new telecommunications technologies 1. Boyes worked with a mobile computing hardware company (Mississauga), and a mobile wireless software provider to create a unique wireless telecommunication system . 1.1....
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2011 for the course CS 284 taught by Professor Jamess. during the Spring '10 term at Jordan University of Science & Tech.

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