Optergon is designed to give you maximum flexibility that accurately models your real world business to generate the best possible route optimizations to save time and money.

Here's a quick overview of how to setup and run a real-world rout optimization:

  1. Adding & Managing Locations
  2. Adding & Managing Vehicles
  3. Vehicle Attributes & Capacities
  4. Adding Schedules
  5. Viewing Optimized Solutions
  6. Exporting & Sharing Solutions


1. Adding & Managing Locations

You can add, edit and remove locations from the location management page. In addition, because locations can often be re-used, it is possible to unpublish and republish locations that are likely to needed in future.

Manage locations

It's quick and easy to add locations in bulk using a csv file upload.

Impost new locations using CSV


2. Adding & Managing Vehicles

Like locations, vehicles can be added, edited and removed from a similar interface.

Manage vehicles


3. Vehicle Attributes & Capacities

Completely flexible vehicle attributes and capacities make it easy to model your real-world business perfectly.

Manage vehicle attributes

No matter whether you are transporting goods or people, it takes one click to add a new capacity that becomes available to all your vehicles.

Manage vehicle capacities


4. Adding Schedules

With all your locations and vehicles added to the system, creating a new schedule is a quick two-stage process. First, choose all the stop and vehicles to be included along with a few other configuration settings - like start and end dates.

Create a schedule

Next, configure the schedule to reflect its specific requirements.

Edit the schedule

Each vehicle and location can be configured to match your real world system precisely via a range of settings.

Editing a vehicle for optimization

Once everything is ready, click Optimize.


5. Viewing Optimized Solutions

Once a schedule has been submitted for optimization, you will need to wait for us to crunch the numbers. This can take anywhere between a few seconds to a few minutes depending on how large the schedule is.

Once the solution has been calculated each vehicle is given its own in-depth schedule with drive and wait times, stop times and location order in an easy to use, interactive chart.

Viewing the route optimization solution


6. Exporting & Sharing Solutions

Once Optergon has generated a solution there are several facilities to print, export (via JSON or XML for easy integration with your existing infrastructure) and share relevant parts of the solution with everyone from the Warehouse/depot manager to the drivers.

For example, it's possible to email a complete route map directly to the driver(s) of any vehicle used.

Email route map and directions to vehicle drivers

This results in an email that contains an ordered list of stops (with GPS points) and a departure time.

Driver email with route map and directions

It also links to an online map with step by step directions for the driver. The route map and directions provide turn by turn information as well as pictures and times with live traffic data. It can be shared to the driver's mobile at the click of a button. Step by step directions with live traffic data