Streamlining Transport Management: The Evolution of Machine-to-Machine Communication

Year : 2024 | Volume :01 | Issue : 02 | Page : 21-26
By

S. A. Patil

Shruti Autade

Vaishnavi Dahei

Rutuja Gaikwad

Diksha Pawar

  1. Lecturer Department of Computer Technology Sanjivani K.B.P Polytechnic, Kopargaon Maharashtra India
  2. Student Department of Computer Technology Sanjivani K.B.P Polytechnic, Kopargaon Maharashtra India
  3. Student Department of Computer Technology Sanjivani K.B.P Polytechnic, Kopargaon Maharashtra India
  4. Student Department of Computer Technology Sanjivani K.B.P Polytechnic, Kopargaon Maharashtra India
  5. Student Department of Computer Technology Sanjivani K.B.P Polytechnic, Kopargaon Maharashtra India

Abstract

Every transportation industry, as is well known, has its own paperwork that employees of the organisation can complete. There is a lot of paperwork in the transport business. The user will be able to oversee multiple tasks with this way. Additionally, the user can track orders and inspect their goods. By using this method, the user will be able to work more efficiently and save time and energy. It involves a variety of methods and resources needed to complete the project successfully. This method will assist users in scheduling and planning more effectively, saving time and energy, and producing work that is more productive. A system for transportation management could be a type of software that aids companies in organising and carrying out the transportation of their products. It complies with regulations and might aid them in keeping track of their paperwork.

Keywords: Services Provided, Online Platform, Client Satisfaction, Transport Management System, Automation

[This article belongs to International Journal of Electrical and Communication Engineering Technology(ijecet)]

How to cite this article: S. A. Patil, Shruti Autade, Vaishnavi Dahei, Rutuja Gaikwad, Diksha Pawar. Streamlining Transport Management: The Evolution of Machine-to-Machine Communication. International Journal of Electrical and Communication Engineering Technology. 2024; 01(02):21-26.
How to cite this URL: S. A. Patil, Shruti Autade, Vaishnavi Dahei, Rutuja Gaikwad, Diksha Pawar. Streamlining Transport Management: The Evolution of Machine-to-Machine Communication. International Journal of Electrical and Communication Engineering Technology. 2024; 01(02):21-26. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/ijecet/article=2024/view=147108





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Received January 11, 2024
Accepted April 9, 2024
Published April 20, 2024