Advanced fleet control

Map and tracking

»Map and tracking« module is a standalone Windows desktop based application intended for overall display of taxi fleet with current position and status.

Map providers supported

  • Google
  • Yahoo!
  • Bing
  • OpenStreetMap
  • ArcGIS
  • Pergo
  • SigPac
  • Yandex
  • NearMap
  • OviMap
  • CloudMade
  • WikiMapia
  • MapQuest

Net Cab VoiceCom communication

Net Cab is the first and the only system in the world with integrated voice communication software that will not only replace, but upgrade your existing radio stations and GSM telephones. Net Cab VoiceCom is a solution that enables both group communications (radio station) as well as individual communication (GSM telephone). Unlike radio stations, Net Cab VoiceCom is based on digital technology and as such offers you many advantages, for example coverage on the entire territory of your country, unlimited number of channels, short messages, priority calls and much more. Net Cab VoiceCom is based like Net Cab on a mobile data transmission that makes it possible for you to use the communication technology to its full potential, virtually free of charge. Taxi drivers can communicate with each other, with call center or with other possible users, such as for example call center managers. Users of radio stations are faced with many problems, such as overlapping, poor signal, insufficient number of channels, being blocked by unknown users and similar. With Net Cab VoiceCom digital technology these problems virtually disappear. Dispatchers will never be left unheard, using priority calls when necessary. Net Cab VoiceCom is fully integrated in terminals in taxi vehicles, however to communicate with each other, dispatchers and other users can use Android & iOS based devices or even workstations which run Net Cab Call Center & Dispatcher.

Net Cab VoiceCom digital communication features

  • unlimited number of channels
  • unlimited number of users
  • group communication (one speaks to all participants – as in radio station)
  • individual communication (as in GSM phone)
  • priority call (when dispatcher speaks, other users listen)
  • short text messages (SMS)
  • status messages
  • coverage comparable to the GSM network
  • encrypted communication (interception not possible)