Workshop

Pilotfish® Bus Maintenance is a cloud based system where you can monitor all vehicle systems via computer or mobile applications. It enables fast vehicle deploying, routine checks, excellent overview of the vehicle states and makes it easy to proactively identify and correct problems
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Accessible environment

All events and alarms are conveniently sorted after level of severity, marked with red yellow and green to focus on the most critical errands first. You have information about vehicle status, odometer, battery, video surveillance status, cabin temperature, Alco-lock tampering, assault alarm, oil pressure, cooling agent and if the vehicle is in depot or not, all presented in the same accessible environment.
There is also the option to have telltales for lights, parking brake, engine and emission system malfunction from the vehicle reported directly.

Checklist
The app Checklist, speeds up and improves the routine check before the vehicle is deployed. The check appears in the system, and traffic management can quickly determine if the vehicle is ready for traffic.

Manual fault report
The Fault Report app makes it easy for the drivers to report vehicle faults without the traditional yellow notes. The faults are accessible for other drivers when going through the checklist, so the same fault won’t be reported more than once. The driver can add comments and photos, making it easier to decide if the vehicle is reliable or if further action is required. You can also make a comment to inform the driver of your decision. When the problem is resolved, you clear the fault report, which is then saved as a historic event.
Pilotfish mobile applications for the workshop make it easier to carry out your work on-site at the vehicle and you don’t need a computer to get necessary information.
Once a month/week/day depending on need, web-based reports are issued, which provide comprehensive information of the operating state of the entire vehicle fleet.
The reports provide number of problems per vehicle, what times they occurred, average consumption, distance traveled, and what times the fleet is most active.
Statistical analysis also identifies recurring problems. If a problem occurs more frequently, such as battery voltage or oil pressure failure, then you have a good base to decide if further investigations are needed.