Real-Time Data Acquisition (RTDA) is a mobile phone application that automatically collects real-time process data. By following the signals from task/location related radio transmitters, it collects activity information and relates it to routes, including acceleration sensor data and GPS data.
Excel-Modelling Tool is an excel worksheet with macros, which provides users a visualised tool for process description and generates the process model with interface to other calculation applications. For example, the information collected by RTDA application can be used for generating the process model.
Route Optimisation with Incomplete Data (ROWID) is both Fortran and C++ GPL application that optimises delivery routes on digital maps.
Tree Optimisation with Incomplete Data (TROD) is both Fortran and C++ GPL application that calculates shortest visiting trees for transport services on digital maps.
Time Constrained Route Optimisation with Incomplete Data (TCROWID) is both Fortran and C++ GPL application that optimises delivery routes for transport services on digital maps where customers give different time constraints for visits.