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Reduce drive time to minimize costs, maintenance, and emissions
Improve time rates and customer satisfaction, reduce driver burnout
Respond to change faster by expressing your VRP more efficiently
Vehicle routing problems can also be known as the traveling salesman problem (TSP), vehicle routing problem (VRP), and other acronym variations (CVRP, CVRPTW, etc.). Generally, these types of problems look to assign stops to vehicles and then sequence stops on vehicle routes.
Deliver meals, snacks, beverages, groceries, and more from restaurants, ghost kitchens, markets, food banks, and warehouses.
Streamline transportation of hydraulic systems, electrical wiring, lighting, styrofoam and more from suppliers to construction job sites.
Fulfill and deliver on-demand, hyperlocal orders for groceries, beverages, and essential and everyday items on tight timelines.
Pick up and drop off passengers for airport shuttles, medical transport, or school bus routes, or shuffle vehicles such as scooters and e-bikes.
Distribute the medical services and everyday supplies to the places where they're needed when they're needed the most.
Generate routes for staff or robots responsible for picking, packing, and restacking inventory in warehouses and fulfillment centers.
Nextmv integrates into your technology stack as a decision service. Input data about orders, rides, or maps to assign and sequence stops and vehicles, and then generate route plans that push to your operators and applications.
Nextmv provides a growing list of out-of-the-box constraints and value functions to cover many vehicle routing use cases, plus the ability to create and customize entirely new ones.
Reduce vehicle wear and tear, driver fatigue, and CO2 emissions.
Sequence the order of stops for routes with pickups and dropoffs.
Apply fixed costs for using a specific vehicle to service a route.
Insert new stops into previously optimized routes in a flexible way.
Utilize your full fleet more evenly as you assign stops to drivers.
Represent similar stops for driver breaks, refueling, and charging.
Set target times or hard windows for when stops get serviced.
Encourage timely arrivals, while discouraging unfulfilled requests.
Improve your estimated times of arrival (ETAs) and on time rate.
Service collections of stops (office or living complexes) with drivers.
Regulate costs by limiting routes based on stops, distance, or time.
Define scenarios for refrigerated transport or ADA compliance.
Capture your unique business rules with a custom constraint.
Minimize, maximize, or satisfy your unique business objectives.
As part of meeting their goal of being carbon negative by the end of 2023, GoBolt sought out a customizable solution for automating their vehicle routing operations in order to efficiently scale the efforts of their existing teams.
Extend your route optimization capabilities by integrating with Onfleet for dispatch and fleet management or popular map tooling such as OSRM, Google Maps, HERE Maps, and RoutingKit, and dispatch operations tooling such as Onfleet.