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The user is not bound to the automatically generated plans but instead can also carry out the planning himself or change prepared plans. Even manually modified plans can be improved by the optimisation procedures.
There are special maintenance dialogues for all master data and planning data to simplify the maintenance of individual data records. These dialogues can also be used to plan routes and areas.
With the help of geographic connections, it is possible to plan routes and areas within the map. Changes to the routes are automatically calculated and visualised immediately. The display of the objects can be adjusted to support the user.
The Gantt chart shows the chronological course of the routes. This allows driving times, loading times, breaks and waiting times to be analysed. Drag and drop mechanisms can also be used here to reschedule the route.
Several planning suggestions for planning individual additional orders are generated using optimisation procedures. The user decides which suggestion should be used.
Route optimisation is a core component of the application. It is used to automatically create and improve plans. Decisions are made on the assignment of orders to routes, the sequence of orders within the route, and necessary additional processes such as visits to depots and breaks.
Territory planning makes it possible to determine geographically related territories from historical, statistical or systematised orders that serve as the basis for daily routes. Applications include the creation of framework routes, the division of delivery or service territories and the identification of removal districts in the waste management industry.