White Papers for Public Transit and Bus Manufacturers

  • Case Study: Improving Workplace Mobility

    Organizations looking to relieve the parking crunch, reduce traffic congestion and create mobile, walkable and bikeable environments are discovering how easy it is with the right partner. This tech employer's innovative approach with WeDriveU earned a coveted spot among the 2018 Best Workplaces...
  • LED Lights the Way for Design

    Is the light too bright? Do you feel its heat? Are the light fixtures so large they defeat the overall design of the space? Not likely if LED lights are installed in place of traditional light sources. LED, the latest technology in energy efficient lighting stands for Light Emitting Diode – a...
  • Case study: Lassen Rural Bus

    In Lassen County California, Lassen Rural Bus (LRB) only has a handful of fixed route buses—12 to be exact. What’s different about this community is that its ridership primarily consists of commuters —many of whom are elderly. When Lassen was awarded funding that could be allocated toward...
  • Beyond Telematics - How Video Predicts Risky Behavior

    Telematics data alone doesn’t tell the whole story of what’s happening on the road and inside your driver’s vehicle—or, more importantly, why it’s happening.
  • Care. Monitor. Manage.

    Today’s changing smart grid requires efficient and safe energy storage methods to help improve grid stability and address growing power quality, reliability and energy security needs. Similarly, heavy-duty transportation applications require energy storage solutions that are safe, reliable and...
  • Tackling Tough Fluid Sensing Challenges

    If an application calls for the accurate fluid sensing of liquid level, pressure or flow, Gems Sensors & Controls can help. Their extensive fluid sensing portfolio has evolved from nearly 60 years of field-proven successes in a variety of markets. Common customer fluid sensing challenges can...
  • How Sealing Strengthens Automotive Supply Chains

    Inventory shortages are not an option for Tier 1 and Tier 2 automotive suppliers whose supply chains cross continents. Company and division presidents, plant managers, and parts designers want vendors who understand both their business needs and their technical requirements.