GIS for Logistics

 

Solutions Guide

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Esri offers a variety of routing and scheduling solutions for planning and dispatching, allowing organizations to use location intelligence to improve mobile worker productivity, increase on-time performance for greater customer satisfaction, and provide managers with greater visibility of asset performance and security. Best-of-breed companies utilize GIS for routing and scheduling, asset tracking, field service automation, and fleet and supply chain management.

Featured Solutions

RouteSmart for ArcGIS from RouteSmart Technologies is a GIS-based routing system that optimizes operations for a number of industries: newspapers, postal services, public works, and utilities. Workload balancing, territory planning, and daily routing are all available in a single, integrated product environment based on Esri ArcGIS technology.

Location and Tracking Services from Air-Trak is an enterprise-grade GPS location, tracking, and communications system. Location and Tracking Services enables mobile enterprises to manage remote assets and field personnel in real time, leverage historical information, enhance communications, and integrate real-time data into back-end or third-party applications, all leading to dramatic increases in productivity and profitability.

CompassLDE from CompassCom is universal automatic vehicle location (AVL) and mobile asset tracking server software that is available as an extension to Esri's Tracking Server product. CompassLDE receives vehicle location and discrete data for multiple fleets or mobile assets over different wireless communication networks simultaneously. CompassLDE can communicate with a variety of standard in-vehicle AVL equipment, location-enabled handsets, PDAs, or other mobile sensors and serves this data in real time to applications via the Internet or intranet using standard TCP/IP, UDP, and XML protocols.

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