Duty scheduling: achieve your operational optimum with DIVA Duty
Duty scheduling is one of the most complex operational planning tasks. Each shift must fulfill its qualitative requirements while remaining economical. DIVA Duty gives you the right tool: As an integral component and “data engine” of DIVA Client, it determines your operational optimum.
integrated block planning and duty scheduling for efficient, needs-oriented duty schedules
individual, configurable scheduling views
observes legal requirements and works agreements
for 100% compliance
target-group-specific/business-specific preparation of printed duty schedules
DIVA Duty as an integral component of DIVA Client. This arrangement puts all relevant data immediately at your disposal, and the clear menu and icon tab takes you through the individual duty scheduling steps. You also have access to Integrated optimization from MENTZ. This allows shifts and vehicles to be scheduled in a single calculation – for improved planning results.
Configure planning views
Performance and service weight can be better represented in DIVA Duty than was previously possible, facilitating your daily work. This allows you to devote your complete attention to actual scheduling.
Content and appearance of views are individually configurable.
All windows are completely synchronized. You can control synchronization filtered according to day type group and day type.
Detailed duty validation constantly monitors whether your scheduling fulfills all legal requirements and company-specific works agreements. The resulting group is visualized as a graph (red-yellow-green) and as a table.
– This allows faster detection of optimization potential.
Print duty schedules
In addition to the standard printouts, you can export duty information as an Excel document. Your drivers can thus access all relevant shift and vehicle schedules at all times. This is true even when, for example, the on-board computer is not available or not coupled to the ITCS.
Statistically analyze duty schedules
Precise statistics help describe and interpret duty schedules, with respect to such characteristics as schedule efficiency or necessary drivers.