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JOpt.NET 2.2.3 Multiple Vehicle Routing Library

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  • Supporting GIS: MapPoint
  • Date Added: July 24th, 2008
  • Modified: July 24th, 2008
  • File size: 4000.0KB
  • Total Downloads: 276
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JOpt.NET is an automated vehicle routing software and resource scheduling component for .NET and can be integrated with C#,C++,VB and J#. JOpt.NET brings route planning and tour optimisation features to your applications with respect to various constraints such as time windows, load capacities and prescribed itinerary. product brief * route optimization library for solving various route planning problems * allows for time constraints at tour stops * includes driver working times * includes load capacity for each vehicle * supports vehicle types and equipments * includes driver's attributes or skills * plans closed and open routes * automatically determines overnight stays for long routes/ long servicetimes * V2.2 GREEN enables assessment and optimization of CO2 emission & energy efficiency

Author's Information

Vincent Mayer
info@dna-evolutions.com
DNA Evolutions
http://ww.dna-evolutions.com

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