The following examples demonstrate how RouteCloud generates optimized routes and stops that comply with your organization's business rules:
- Routing with Shifts - Ensuring that routes are completed within the driver shift time windows available.
- Routing with Time Windows - Specifying the time windows that jobs must be completed within.
- Routing with Dates - Specifying the dates on which a stop must be serviced.
- Routing with Attributes - Assigning the properties that must, or must not, be present on a route in order for a job to be assigned.
- Routing with Driver Breaks - Inserting driver rest breaks into routes.
- Routing with Capacities - Specifying the maximum number of jobs, and maximum vehicle load capacities, that can be serviced by a route.
- Routing with Multi-day Routes - Creating routes that span more than one day.
- Routing with Schedules - Using schedules to repeat jobs at specified intervals.
- Routing with Vehicles - Ensuring that the most suitable vehicle is assigned to a route.
- Routing with Linked Stops - Ensuring that drivers travel to a specified pair of stops in succession.