Train tracking apps are used to monitor the position and movement of trains, primarily in the railway sector. Here's a list of the typical information these apps collect.
Location Data. GPS coordinates of the train, providing real-time tracking of the position.
Arrival and Departure Times. Information on the scheduled and actual arrival and departure times of trains.
Train Status. Information on the status of the train, such as on time, delayed, or canceled.
Route Information. Details on the train's route, including stopping points and stations.
Train Identification. Details such as the train number, type, and railway company.
Alerts and Notifications. Alerts on specific events, such as timetable changes, cancellations, or service disruptions.
Carriage Information. Details on the train's carriages, such as class, seat availability, and onboard services.
Traffic Data. Information on nearby railway traffic to avoid delays and manage the flow of trains.
Map and Navigation. Display of maps and routes based on the location data of trains.
Compliance Data. Information relevant to regulatory compliance, such as railway regulations and safety restrictions.