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Adaptive tour planning system: storyline. Tour planning is now rather static, i.e. pre-planned and difficult to change. This makes it difficult to respond to changes in traffic and changes in freight assignments.

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Adaptive tour planning system storyline
Adaptive tour planning system: storyline

  • Tour planning is now rather static, i.e. pre-planned and difficult to change. This makes it difficult to respond to changes in traffic and changes in freight assignments.

  • Currently there is limited central tour re-planning at daily basis, en-route reassignment is arranged by phone or on board unit, with limited or no re-planning of tours, let alone interaction between tours. Experiments with RITS and PAT.

  • If real time information is used about supply (changes in travel time) and demand (changes in freight volume), tour planning becomes dynamic and adaptive. Moreover, collective planning can be driven by information and action at the lowest units (trucks) instead of central planning agency.


Adaptive tour planning system
Adaptive tour planning system

Shorter delivery times

Better vehicle capacity utilization for carriers

On-board systems for carriers

Planning systems for carriers

Dynamic planning

Agent-based technology for carriers

Collaborative planning tools

Artificial Intelligence

Cloud computing

Computer Supported Collaboration

Universities (e.g., TUDelft/Utwente/Uni Bremen)

& Research Institutes (e.g., TNO/CRC637)

Carriers

(RITS/PAT)

Transport Service

Clients

On-board systems providers

Planning systems providers



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