Advanced Information Management (AIM®) System
- Improves control center efficiency and accuracy
- Automates information exchange between disparate systems
- Scales to any size operation
- Open architecture facilitates interfaces to external agency databases
- Tailored to agency operating requirements
To cope with the many challenges of running modern surface transportation systems, operators need advanced vehicle tracking, dispatching, security, and control systems. But, until recently, operator control centers had to rely mostly on stand-alone, "stovepipe" information systems that lacked automated information sharing.
ARINC's Advanced Information Management (AIM®) System eliminates the need for inefficient, inaccurate manual processes. By using a building block approach and fully open architecture, it enables disparate systems and databases to quickly exchange information, seamlessly and automatically.
Originally developed for the demanding rail-transit dispatching environment, AIM has now been extended to handle a variety of advanced tasks, including multimode dispatching and facility access control. AIM also supports seamless information exchange between two or more control centers and with other, external public safety and traveler information systems. ARINC is continuously improving AIM, incorporating new features and technology and enhancing system reliability and maintainability.
From rail, bus, and paratransit dispatching, to facility access control and freeway management, AIM is the control center technology of the future.
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