Trip planning

The system for planning routes when allocating vehicles makes it possible to calculate financial indicators and deadlines

Typical issues of freight/transport companies

Unnecessary idle time
Logisticians don't like planning the next trip for a vehicle before it finishes its current one. The reason is the lack of up-to-date information about the location and status of the vehicle: will this vehicle complete the current trip on time? Will it arrive in time for loading for the next trip? And it takes time to figure this all out. But then other vehicles may be left unattended. To avoid risks, the logistician/dispatcher uses the following tactics: it is better to load the vehicle tomorrow with 100% confidence that it will be available than to risk it today. This results in unnecessary idle time, loss of time, and reduced vehicle efficiency.
Poor request processing
The larger the company's fleet, the more difficult it is to choose a vehicle for a trip that not only suits the customer's requirements but also allows the carrier to make money on the trip. The logistician has too many things to take into account: when and where the vehicle is unloaded, how many kilometres to the loading location, which vehicle is closer, whether it suits the cargo parameters, whether the driver needs a rest, etc. When there are lots of customer orders, it becomes almost impossible to process a request to the proper quality. This means overlaps, failure to meet deadlines, and customer complaints.


The process for analysing the vehicle's current status needs to be automated—its location at the time of the request, the driver's condition, suitability for the order. The system must take into account all the parameters of the order and the freight company's fleet and offer a vehicle that best suits the order.

Features of the Artifleet trip dispatching system

  • Forecasts the location of the vehicle at the time when the vehicle is instructed to drive to the loading location
  • Selects transport for the order, taking into account its location and the characteristics of the cargo
  • Quickly plans of the most effective route
  • Estimates route cost


For logisticians
Helps quickly plan trips and choose the best routes

    At the vehicle allocation stage:
  • Financial efficiency of the trip,
  • Timing of the vehicle's loading/unloading
For business owners
Improved economic performance through a more efficient allocation of fleet resources.