The future of mass transit. Today.
Powerful planning and scheduling: quick, intelligent and at scale
The world’s largest operators have chosen Optibus in more than 300 cities worldwide
Optibus Runs Core Mass Transport Operations
Our advanced optimization algorithms, machine learning and simple and intuitive user interface help the world’s leading transportation providers deliver better service for passengers and increase driver satisfaction, while lowering operational costs.
Proven Savings - in Real Life
Optibus shows the financial implications of each and every decision, reducing up to 15% of costs. Optibus models your transit network at the most granular level – generating a quality schedule and highlighting the business KPIs generated by planning and scheduling decisions.
Robust and scalable (and super fast)
Optibus supports the world’s most complex transit operations: it can model any type of constraint, operational preference or regulatory requirement, across thousands of vehicles. Our customers don’t just plan or schedule with Optibus; they use us for daily optimization of vehicle and crew schedules.
With the strongest algorithms in the business and machine learning muscle, we turn your operation into a smart, data-driven business. We take real-time data (AVL, passenger count and more) and use it alongside our optimization algorithms. The result: a real plan that’s robust and based on the realities of your operation, and not a plan that only works on paper.
Up and Running in Days
Welcome to the new world of software-as-a-service: quick, web-based and modern. Our user-friendly software doesn’t just save scheduling and planning time, it also saves IT resources, since it’s deployed on the cloud, with continuous feature improvements. Most importantly, our customers are up and running in days, not months.
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The results really blew us away, both in terms of cost savings and the quality of the schedule. Now we really can’t go back to the way we used to work.” says Jonathan Feldman, Director of Planning & Scheduling at NICE