Seminarier i Optimeringslära
Dessa seminarier organiseras av avdelningen för Optimeringslära.
För mer information, kontakta seminariekoordinator Oleg Burdakov.
Tisdag 22 maj 2018, Mikael Rönnqvist, Université Laval, Québec, Kanada
A joint seminar for Optimization (MAI) and Production Economics (IEI)
Talare: Mikael Rönnqvist, professor in industrial engineering at Université Laval, Québec (QC), Canada. Holder of a Canada Research Chair in Operations Research in Natural Resources.
Titel: Improving the Safety, Environmental Consciousness, and Cost Effectiveness of Truck Routing
Tid och plats: Tisdag 22 maj 2018, Hopningspunkten, 10:15
Sammanfattning: Calibrated Route Finder (CRF), an online route generation system, successfully finds the best route when many conflicting objectives are involved by using analytics in a collaborative environment. CRF, which has been in use since 2009, uses many diverse big data sources, which must be revised continuously. One of its key features is its use of an innovative inverse optimization process that establishes more than 100 weights to balance distance, speed, social values, environmental impacts, traffic safety, driver stress, fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, and costs. The system enables the measurement of hilliness and curvature and incorporates rules that consider legal and practical issues related to routing in and around cities, turning in intersections, time delays, fuel consumption, and CO2 emissions that result from waiting, acceleration, and braking. The system is used by all major forest companies in Sweden and in 60 percent of the two million annual transports in this sector. It has resulted in a paradigm shift from manual, imprecise, and unilaterally determined routes to automatically determined routes, which the stakeholders determine jointly. It has also enabled standardization, promoted collaboration, and reduced costs, thus strengthening the competitiveness of the Swedish forest industry in the international market.
Senast uppdaterad: Thu May 17 14:29:22 CEST 2018