A person who is involved in dispatching (goods or anything else) or any individual who is involved in logistics and controls the movement of vehicles is known as a dispatcher.
Various organizations, including fire departments, emergency medical services, police, taxicab providers, train stations, trucking companies, and public utility companies, utilize dispatchers to relay information and coordinate their operations. There are different types of dispatchers such as: Public safety dispatchers (also known as telecommunicators or 9-1-1 dispatchers. Second is transportation and service dispatchers who respond to service calls, coordinate the transportation schedules, and organize the delivery of materials. Last is airline and flight dispatcher, they are responsible for monitoring and planning the progress of an aircraft journey. The main responsibility for safety of the flight depends on both the pilot in command and the dispatcher, depending on the airline base and the type of certification the airline has.