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1 ArcLogistics Plans the Next Generation Karl Terrey Jeff Rogers

2 Agenda IntroductionIntroduction –Vision and team –Release status –What ArcLogistics is and is not –New opportunities UI DemonstrationUI Demonstration ArcLogistics Architecture and FrameworkArcLogistics Architecture and Framework User ScenariosUser Scenarios Workflow DemonstrationWorkflow Demonstration Customization and HelpCustomization and Help ArcLogistics NavigatorArcLogistics Navigator Release StatusRelease Status Questions and FeedbackQuestions and Feedback

3 ArcLogistics Introduction – Vision and Focus To create a single product line that solves focused logistics and fleet management problemsTo create a single product line that solves focused logistics and fleet management problems Form a team focused on creating the product and growing itForm a team focused on creating the product and growing it 3

4 ArcLogistics Introduction – Team Product Managers:Product Managers: –Karl Terrey, Kerry Somerville, Paul Ross Program Manager:Program Manager: –Jeff Rogers Lead Developers:Lead Developers: –Vitaly Shlyaga (Softech), Jeff Wickstrom Product Engineers:Product Engineers: –Bert Yagrich, Matt Chaffin, Dmitry Kudinov Network Analyst Shared Resources:Network Analyst Shared Resources: –Matt Crowder and team Business Development:Business Development: –Rich Pearlman 4

5 ArcLogistics Product Release History February 2009 ArcLogistics 9.3 SP1 Navigator 9.3 Integrates Nav. UI / Usability Export to TomTom July 2009 Navigator Remote control Configurable UI Hybrid routing Q ArcLogistics Easier to use Workflow-based UI Client-server model

6 What is ArcLogistics? The next generation New version of ArcLogisticsNew version of ArcLogistics Workflow based applicationWorkflow based application Rich client architectureRich client architecture Suitable for all size fleetsSuitable for all size fleets Desktop or enterprise deploymentDesktop or enterprise deployment

7 Appropriate ArcLogistics Applications Point to point routesPoint to point routes Local geography ~ 250 km radiusLocal geography ~ 250 km radius 1 to 100 vehicles per routing problem1 to 100 vehicles per routing problem 100 Orders, up to 2, Orders, up to 2,000 Business rulesBusiness rules –Time windows –Priorities –Capacity limitations & capacity tracking –Mixed pick up and delivery Most (~90%) orders known when routingMost (~90%) orders known when routing –Routing for next day

8 What ArcLogistics Is Not A solution forA solution for –Long haul truck routing –High density routing –Periodic routing –Dynamic routing –Partitioning

9 ARCLOGISTICS New customer opportunities with client-server Small Fleets Simplified deployment with a easy to use UI Reduces data management - leverages online services Subscriptions based on fleet size (proposed) Medium Size Fleets Options: Client-server, desktop or Intranet deployment Use of their own custom data Use ArcGIS Online services – maps & geocoding Large Fleets / Enterprise Leverage their ArcGIS Server investment Extend, customize and deploy solutions based on our client model across their enterprise

10 UI Demonstration

11 ArcLogistics Solution Architecture ArcLogistics Desktop Navigator Printed Manifests ArcGIS Server +Network Component ArcLogistics Thin Client User Data Street Data User Data ArcGIS Online TomTom 9.3 Navigator Printed Manifests TomTom 9.3.1

12 ArcLogistics Added benefits from the light weight client server architecture Deploy updates to the application in a simple wayDeploy updates to the application in a simple way Reduce turnaround times on critical support issuesReduce turnaround times on critical support issues Keep long term maintenance costs downKeep long term maintenance costs down Supports templates and services mashupsSupports templates and services mashups Support the sales cycleSupport the sales cycle ArcGIS Server

13 ArcLogistics Simple deployment Click once installerClick once installer Link on a website or intranetLink on a website or intranet Download a small 5MB setup and installDownload a small 5MB setup and install Run the setup; in less than 1 minuteRun the setup; in less than 1 minute Facilitates demos and evaluationsFacilitates demos and evaluations Reduces the cost of delivering the application and data to usersReduces the cost of delivering the application and data to users Browser

14 ArcLogistics ArcLogistics is self updating On Startup ArcLogistics checks for an update and seamlessly installs itOn Startup ArcLogistics checks for an update and seamlessly installs it Updates can be managed from one central locationUpdates can be managed from one central location Updates provided on Intranet or the webUpdates provided on Intranet or the web Low maintenance costsLow maintenance costs

15 ArcLogistics The application framework is easy to configure Extensive use of.xml configurationExtensive use of.xml configuration UI, workflow and services are managed in this configuration file.UI, workflow and services are managed in this configuration file. Deploy different templates to usersDeploy different templates to users Quickly update workflows and servicesQuickly update workflows and services We can move services from one server to another with no interruption to our workWe can move services from one server to another with no interruption to our work

16 ArcLogistics Service mashups ArcLogistics uses three types of services, mapping, geocoding and routing (VRP)ArcLogistics uses three types of services, mapping, geocoding and routing (VRP) Services can be mashed up from any combination of servers,Services can be mashed up from any combination of servers, Leverage ArcGIS onlineLeverage ArcGIS online Hybrid model is really going to allow organizations to leverage the power of the serverHybrid model is really going to allow organizations to leverage the power of the server Mashups

17 ArcLogistics The ArcLogistics client is ArcGIS friendly ArcLogistics, sits alongside any version of ArcGIS, on any computerArcLogistics, sits alongside any version of ArcGIS, on any computer

18 ArcLogistics User Scenarios ArcLogistics 9.3ArcLogistics 9.3 –Desktop deployment –Midsized commercial fleet –Existing clients –Paired orders ArcLogisticsArcLogistics –Small fleet that wants to consume a service and not maintain software and street data installations -- Johns Heating and Ventilation has 5 vehicles with a basic order entry system that can generate a.csv or.xls file of orders. Host your own ArcLogisticsHost your own ArcLogistics –Enterprise deployment for a county or city with multiple departments that need to route inspectors, crews, assessors, field workers, etc, and want to use their own street data, GIS layers, and locators.

19 Setup ScheduleDeployment ArcLogistics Demonstration Workflow Based UI

20 Customization LocalizationLocalization –Languages FunctionalityFunctionality –.xml configuration PluginsPlugins –Extendable for matching workflows Using your own street dataUsing your own street data

21 Help Context sensitive Quick HelpContext sensitive Quick Help Resource CenterResource Center –Focused on sharing information –Tips for power users

22 ArcLogistics Release status –July:Complete development –September:Beta –Q :Final release –Real-time adjustments TrackingTracking MessagingMessaging –Incorporate Network Analyst 9.4 enhancements Solver enhancements: Slowdown polygons, multi-breaks, virtual depotsSolver enhancements: Slowdown polygons, multi-breaks, virtual depots EU driving rulesEU driving rules

23 ArcLogistics Navigator Product evolution UC 2008 Shown as coming technology October 31, 2008 Corporate Approval To Proceed With Release February 2009 ArcLogistics Navigator 9.3 Released July 2009 ArcLogistics Navigator Planned Release

24 ArcLogistics Navigator Customer Driven Enhancements Remote control by other applicationsRemote control by other applications Configurable UIConfigurable UI Hybrid routingHybrid routing 4 selectable languages4 selectable languages Compressed GRFCompressed GRF Spatial searchSpatial search Enhanced verbal guidanceEnhanced verbal guidance

25 Easier to use and deployEasier to use and deploy Solutions for more fleet sizesSolutions for more fleet sizes Reduce off-route miles with in-vehicle guidanceReduce off-route miles with in-vehicle guidance ArcLogistics Solutions

26 Feedback and Questions


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