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Traffic Analyst now supports ArcGIS 10.6

Traffic Analyst 6.6 released

Several existing tools have new added features.

Editing tools are now instance aware.

Transit Data Map Tools: Now supports only loading public network data within current extent.

Model Manager application expanded.

2018-06-28T13:29:29+01:00June 28th, 2018|Ikke kategoriseret|Comments Off on Traffic Analyst now supports ArcGIS 10.6

Ready for Esri User Conference 2017 in San Diego

If you are going to the Esri User Conference please take a moment to drop by the Rapidis booth in the exhibition area. We are in booth no. 606.

We are just about ready, here is a little appetizer with a sneak preview of our Roll Ups.

Rapidis brings some great news to the conference:

The High Density Routing solution is now multimodal creating postal routes for cars and for carriers either walking or using a bicycle or scooter.

School Bus routing and Demand Responsive Transport is a niche where we find an increasing demand from both local government and operators looking for automated scheduling to meet service goals and minimize costs. Stop by and let us show you how this is possible within ArcGIS combined with Logistics Planner.

We have worked hard in Transit and we can assist with deep Insights in travel patterns and passenger flows together with Transit Network Analysis and Forecasts of Flows.

 

Especially I would like encourage you to join a presentation of the National Danish Transport Model given by Professor Otto Anker Nielsen of the Danish Technical University. It´s 1.30 PM on Wednesday the 12th at SDCC room 28 D

Personally I will do two presentations:

  • A costumer case story in High Density Routing in a session at 8.30 – 9.45 PM on Wednesday the 12th at SDCC room 30 B
  • A costumer case story in Demand Responsive Transport on Wednesday the 12th at SDCC room. This is in session at 3.15 – 4.30 PM

Please check the agenda for exact times and possible changes.

I hope that you will find time to join our presentations.

Thanks

/Leif

2017-07-03T12:23:05+01:00July 3rd, 2017|Ikke kategoriseret|Comments Off on Ready for Esri User Conference 2017 in San Diego

Washa went from 8 to 12 visits per hour using Logistics Planner

Download the Case Study and explore how Washa, an online laundry service, has benefited from incorporating Logistics Planner in their operation that involves pickups and deliveries at customer locations.

 

Washa experienced:

  • A very high increase in productivity and went from 8 stops per hour to 12 stops per hour.
  • Office time spent on planning was reduced from many hours to a few minutes allowing for later deadlines for next day service
  • Delivery costs are dynamically priced making it attractive for customers to choose delivery in a time window where Washa has other stops near by

 

2017-03-21T09:40:44+01:00March 17th, 2017|Ikke kategoriseret|Comments Off on Washa went from 8 to 12 visits per hour using Logistics Planner

Logistics Planner for Paratransit and Courier Services – new release 2.8

Rapidis Logistics Planner, PD version, for route planning and optimization in Paratransit and Courier Services has been released in ver. 2.8. Here follows a list of improvements:

  • New automatic sibling function which is used to plan more passengers going to the same destination at the same time (For example brother/sister going to the same school)
  • New planning method improves planning in scenarios where more passengers are travelling to/from the same location
  • Several improvements all adding to better plans reducing over-all costs. For tasks locked to resources, we have fixed a bug that could result in “not-assigned-tasks”
  • A new check procedure for “not-assigned-tasks”. The check will find out if the task can be assigned as a solo ride
  • A new check for “not-assigned-tasks that are locked to resources”. For each pair it is checked if other pairs will prevent assignment.
  • New Log Identification, making it easy to link transaction and log

All improvements are for Rapidis Logistics Planner, Pickup and delivery version, either supplied as a web service or as an extension for ArcGIS.

For additional information, documentation or a trial; please contact Leif Dahl Petersen

2016-11-10T10:37:23+01:00September 22nd, 2014|Ikke kategoriseret|Comments Off on Logistics Planner for Paratransit and Courier Services – new release 2.8

Rapidis Logistics Planner – now for ArcGIS

Our Logistics Planner is now available as an extension for ArcGIS.

This means that Rapidis Logistics Planner for ArcGIS can perform transport management and optimization in any country where a digital road network is available. We can of course be of assistance.

For ArcGIS we deliver Rapidis Logistics Planner with tools for “PD” which is for planning and automated dispatch in paratransit and with tools for “VRP” which is for optimized planning and routing for an entire fleet of distribution vehicles or service technicians.

Rapidis Logistics Planner for ArcGIS will run on both ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Desktop and can be used for analyzing complex logistic problems and for daily planning and dispatch.

For more information – please contact Leif Dahl Petersen

2016-11-10T10:37:24+01:00March 6th, 2014|Ikke kategoriseret, Logistics Planner|Comments Off on Rapidis Logistics Planner – now for ArcGIS

LogPlan has become Rapidis Logistics

LogPlan was founded in 2010 by Rapidis and Leif Dahl Petersen. Our mission was to offer software, Rapidis Logistics Planner, to a broader number of boht public and private companies.

Now we have decided to work even closer and therefore we would like to be recognized under the Rapidis name. This is why we have renamed LogPlan ApS into Rapidis Logistics ApS, where Leif Dahl Petersen will continue as Managing Director and responsible for sales and the daily contact with our partners.

2013-10-08T18:43:15+01:00September 13th, 2013|Ikke kategoriseret|Comments Off on LogPlan has become Rapidis Logistics