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Copyright Route Monkey © 2015Slide2
Route Monkey was formed in 2009 after identifying a gap in the market for scheduling and optimisation technology.
We solve complex mobility problems via our unique algorithms optimising vehicles, people, assets and infrastructure.
We specialise in electric and ultra low-carbon vehicle optimisation in urban areas, helping to reduce carbon and harmful emission
whilst significantly improving air quality in cities.
Colin Ferguson CEO
Kate Armitage, Director
Martin Rapos, DirectorSlide3
Our story in numbers…
employees between Livingston, Gateshead and Australia with new offices in Hong Kong and Amsterdam.
Route Monkey algorithms are used at over
1000 sites worldwide.Proven savings of up to 20% by implementing Route Monkey technology.
Source: RM 2014Slide4
Case study: Iceland…
Route Monkey is installed
Iceland stores in the UK.Our technology schedules 1500 home delivery vehicles per day in real-time in urban areas.Average savings of 6% generated in terms of reduced costs, carbon and emissions.
Iceland stock imageSlide5
Case study: Yodel…
Route Monkey is used by Yodel’s lifestyle courier business to optimise delivery routes in urban areas for self-employed drivers.
million parcels per year on behalf of top retailers.
Our technology reduced fuel use by 19% and 6% in time for Yodel.
Case study: The Challenge network…
The Challenge Network implemented Route Monkey optimisation technology in 2014.
The Challenge saved over
in transport costs in its first year.
Per mile costs reduced from £8 per mile to £2 per mile on some journeys.
Challenge press releaseSlide7
Case study: PIFI…
Route Monkey are the analytics partner for DfT’s Plugged In Fleets Initiative in conjunction with EST and EDF E.
Our role was to show where electric vehicles and infrastructure would work within the fleets analysed.
This work has encouraged the uptake of EV’s within the public and private sector in cities and urban areas with new initiatives underway.
PIFI event at City Hall 2013Slide8
50 big ideas…
Route Monkey is one of
big ideas shaping the future of electric mobility worldwide.
Unique algorithms that can be used to solve multiple and diverse mobility problems.
Electrification and other alternative fuelled vehicles can be a viable solution for freight deliveries in cities.
UF EV City Casebook 2014Slide9
We have now expanded our algorithms to control batteries, vehicles and infrastructure.
The picture on the left is a 50KW battery in San Diego that we control and is used to bid into the energy markets in the US
In the UK, we provide solutions that flatten out grid demand and manage Demand Response events. This will play an important role in future freight deliveries in cities worldwide as more electric vehicles are introduced.
in the USSlide10
launches Q2 2016
to optimise electric and ultra low-carbon vehicles in cities.
Infrastructure booking and managed charging capabilities.Freight sharing and smart parking initiatives.Wearable optimisation technology and apps.
RM Web portalSlide11
Wearable optimized devices
Get optimized sequence (accept?)Communicate status and treats
View your progressOptimize your jobs to finish early
Powered by Route Monkey
New tourist job
Sequence of today
Status on completion
Optimize by driver
Status and incentivesSlide12
Optimisation technologies will play a major role for
freight deliveries in the city now and in the future.
Electrification, ultra low-carbon vehicles and interaction with infrastructure will also play a key role for ‘fleets of the future’ in urban areas.
freight sharing, taking a holistic view of transport and collaboration between government and organisations is vital.Slide13
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