In the duty schedule, you distribute your transportation company’s routes among individual shifts as effectively and efficiently as possible. Legal requirements and operational concerns can make purely manual scheduling very time-consuming. You can save this time with duty roster optimization by MENTZ.
takes into consideration legal and operational provisions according to individual specifications
High-performance module checks thousands of duty shifts per second for validity
01Configure duty schedule parameters02Analyze and visualize duty schedules03Use KPIs to optimize duty schedules04Weight duty roster optimization targets05Calculate multiple duty roster optimizations at the same time06Define individual duty schedule KPIs07Import and compare existing duty schedules08Analyze data imports and check them for consistency
Configure duty schedule parameters
Your duty schedule parameters can be configured according to running time. Add new analysis rules using drag-and-drop.
Analyze and visualize duty schedules
Using schedule analysis, you can discover whether legal requirements and works agreements are being observed. You can assess in detail why the optimizer creates certain shifts and not others. All results are clearly visualized.
In addition to costs for drivers and vehicles, the optimizer takes individual KPIs into account when it evaluates duty schedule variants.
Simply define and combine your requirements of certain sub-elements, such as breaks, duty splits, vehicle changes, route combinations, shift types, and driver trip times.
You can then check your requirements with respect to specified properties, count them, or assign costs to them.
An example of a manually created evaluator: No more than 30% of shifts can exceed 8.5 working hours. What is special about this is that It enables you to see, during the running time, the extent to which your requirements are being fulfilled.
Import and compare existing duty schedules
If you need to make only minor adjustments to duty schedules and block plans, you can import the schedules, then determine how similar the optimization is to the original. This is how GENIOS creates new schedules, compares them with the existing costs, and determines savings potential. Existing agreements are retained in the more cost-effective scheduling.
Analyze data imports and check them for consistency
In addition to pure duty roster optimization, the optimizer offers extensive functions for analyzing and checking the consistency of imported data. For example, demand curves can be automatically calculated.
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