This project describes a pilot plan to provide a real-time bus location for a college transport system in order administrators can schedule routes based on travel criteria. In this case study, the reports generated by bus locations are stored on a server to analyze routes for managing path options.
Vladimir Sánchez Padilla received his master’s degree from George Mason University. He is currently working as a lecturer for the telematics engineering program at ESPOL. His research interests include wireless network applications, technology management, and engineering science education. Memberships include IEEE-TEMS and IEEE-ComSoc.