Abellio: Start of operations in record time with integrated planning software

Abellio took over almost 600 km of rail network and was commissioned to start operations after a setting-up period of merely 3 years. Abellio opted for a planning software that could be quickly implemented and included automation...

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DHL Paket Deutschland: Dynamic route planning for same-day delivery

As online retail grows, the delivery business is changing with it. New Location Intelligence and tour planning solutions are in demand. DHL Paket Deutschland (DHL) relies on dynamic route planning for their same-day delivery...

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ASEAG: Operational Control and Passenger Information with real-time data

ASEAG operates 69 routes covering 2,000 bus stops in the German city of Aachen. Modern positioning technology feeds real-time data to the operational control center and passenger information systems (65 displays and a smartphone...

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BLT AG: Digital duty scheduling and optimisation for efficient processes

Baselland Transport AG carries 53 m. passengers each year – 73 percent more than in 1995. With the increase in transport performance, duty rostering challenges grew and called for the modernization, automation and optimization of...

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Trenitalia: Integrated planning and dispatch for 14,000 employees in the cloud

With 8,000 trains per day and around 14,000 employees, the Italian national railway Trenitalia is one of the largest European railway companies. On a daily basis, it is meeting an enormous challenge in the field of planning and...

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DB Regio: Standardised Planning and dispatch for all german transport networks

A major share of Germany's regional passenger rail service, including the suburban rail, is operated by DB Regio. Integrated planning and dispatch in an overall system is of great importance to the DB Regio.

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SBB Cargo: Efficient planning and dispatching with standard software

SBB Cargo, the freight transport division of Swiss Federal Railways, handles almost a quarter of all freight transport service in Switzerland. Extremely volatile conditions (such as changes to customer orders etc.) make planning...

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