lbase logistics software at transport logistic
Fully adaptable route optimization
The new route optimization feature from lbase now facilitates automatic optimization of combined general cargo transports. The system calculates the best possible routes for full and partial loads (FTL and LTL). Automatic optimization is also an option in hub-and-spoke networks. Various mathematical methods are used to plan the best possible route for complex combinations of scheduled services, radial transshipment structures, and local transports. Right from the first time of use, potential savings of more than 10% of the freight costs are possible by optimizing hub-and-spoke structures alone. "Our new route planning feature automates complex, time-consuming tasks and leads to perfect decision-making. The best routes are planned and vehicle capacity is maximized to the greatest extent possible. Delivery reliability and speed are improved, while costs are reduced. The consistency and efficiency of our solution represent a technological advancement that is setting new standards in operational planning," emphasized Andreas Schellmann, lbase CEO.
Multimodal transport chain specialist
The new route optimization feature is an important milestone for the lbase transport management system (TMS), which is considered one of the leading solutions on the market due to its multimodal capabilities and more. "This is the only system that can be used to integrate the four transport modes of road, air, water, and rail," emphasized Marcus Eiser, lbase Chief Strategy Officer. There is a new price monitor for optimizing revenue from multimodal transports. The solution compares the actual freight costs of different transport methods based on internal and external data and produces a reliable overall calculation and ideal freight and sales prices.
Goods flow analysis using neural networks
Thanks to lbase, artificial neural networks can now be used to forecast goods flows. To date, data regarding present goods flows has primarily been used for such analysis. The new solution from lbase now considers past patterns in order to more accurately determine current and expected shipment levels. Historical shipment data is recorded for this with attributes such as product classification, season, day of the week, volumes, etc. Output neurons then represent the expected deliveries per destination. The forecasted goods flows can be visualized in different ways, such as with heat maps or chord diagrams. "The neural network keeps learning every time it receives new information, which makes the forecasts more and more useful. Our new solution significantly increases operational shipment and transport planning efficiency, and the capacity required can be predicted with greater probability," explained Marcus Eiser.
Independent micro-services (IMS)
New highlights are also available through the lbase geo.logic server hosted in the Vienna data center of Axians, one of Austria's leading cloud providers. lbase offers independent micro-services via the geo.logic server. New services are continuously being added and currently include processes for geocoding, mapping, routing, distance matrices, isochrones, map matching, and sequence optimization of route stops. The map matching application establishes a connection to the GPS coordinates of vehicles so that their current location can be displayed on a map. Isochrones help logistics service providers with their regional planning, indicating which destinations are a certain time or distance away. Distance matrices make it simple to determine the distances between individual locations for better route planning. "Our geo.logic server allows us to unlock the potential of big data for our customers. We are offering a complete suite of geo-functions that use advanced algorithms and artificial intelligence techniques," said Andreas Schellmann.
Further innovations can be found in the lbase warehouse management system (WMS). The enhancements make it possible to plan more efficient routes within warehouses, increase throughput, optimize cargo spaces and pallet building, and implement multi-order picking systems. lbase WMS and TMS can be run as standalone applications or as an integrated complete system without interfaces. In the new 7.4 release presented at transport logistic, they represent a highly flexible solution aimed at smaller logistics service providers, mid-sized companies, and big players alike. lbase offers comprehensive transport and warehouse management software, covering the entire supply chain with the same graphical user interface and functionality. All processes and KPIs are combined within one system.
lbase 7.4: A game-changer with artificial intelligence and advanced geo-functions
The innovations within lbase 7.4 have been developed together with research partners and use groundbreaking artificial intelligence technology, underscoring the strength of innovation in the company, which has been one of the pacesetters in the industry since its foundation in 1994. "We have not set out to create a monolithic product, but a variable system with great functionality that puts the focus on customers and how we can make life easier for them. Individual elements can be flexibly combined to complement each other, so that logistics service providers can take a major step forward in terms of real-time planning and scheduling," said Marcus Eiser.
Strengthen your team with this star player!
lbase's strength of innovation is also reflected in the new A’PARI TMS ranking. In the latest analysis, lbase was included in the "Stars" quadrant for the first time due to its growth in market share and use of future-oriented technologies. lbase has succeeded in acquiring six new customers in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in the past 24 months alone and has realigned its technical approach internally as well as implemented agile development methods. This has facilitated faster release cycles and much quicker delivery to market for customer solutions.
lbase and Axians ICT Austria
The lbase software suite covers all tasks performed by logistics service providers, from dispatch planning through to billing – with transport and warehouse management systems as well as many add-on components and offerings that can also be used on a standalone basis.
lbase is a business unit of Axians ICT Austria. This full-service enterprise IT provider employs some 400 people at six offices in Austria and two locations in Germany and France. Axians ICT Austria is part of the French VINCI Group.
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