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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Stanislav Kozlov
Geodata-Based Planning and Routing of Intra-Urban Transportations
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
In this paper, the case of a large telecommunications company was described, whose route planning business processes needed optimization. During the preparation of the paper, the analysis of the company itself and the primary literature on the problem of routing was conducted. Finally, the prototype of the information system was developed and recommended to implement in the company.

In the practical part of the paper, the cost of development and implementation of the system was estimated, then the expected economic efficiency from using such a system was calculated considering various scenarios. Finally, the model was tested with the data obtained from the company's internal DBMS. During the tests, several scenarios for constructing internal route planning algorithms were taken into account, and eventually the recommendations on the appropriate algorithm were given.

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