Optimisation Constraints look pretty complicated.
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Automatically visit Jobs in the best sequence to minimise driving time
Tarot Routing optimises considering where the driver finishes the day: at the depot, at another location (e.g. home), or wherever the last job happens to be
Pickup + Delivery
Tarot Routing can optimise considering pickups and deliveries in the same route for courrier services or on-demand passenger transport
If a vehicle can change configurations to accomodate different types of passengers or products, Tarot Routing optimises taking this into account
Calculate routes that are feasible within your Drivers' working hours
Take into account the opening hours of your clients, or delivery windows they have requested
Optimise considering matching required between Jobs and Drivers.
E.g. A Job that can only be performed by a Driver with a specific qualification
Take into account the time spend delivering, picking up, or performing work at each Job
Optimise considering the capacity of your vehicle: Passengers in a shuttle, pallets in a truck, metres cubed in a van, and even take into account multiple dimensions (e.g. seated + wheelchair passengers)
Take into account fixed (lunch) break times, or set a break that can occur during a prescribed window
Drivers + Depots
Plan efficient routes for multiple drivers at the same time, even if they start or finish at separate locations
If some of your customers are more important than others, prioritise them! This constraint ensures they are served even if others aren't.
Optimise routes where certain drivers only visit certain geographical zones