Transport & Logistics

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Productivity in excavation

August 7th, 2015|Categories: Business Process Improvement, Case Study, Environmental, Operational Research, Supply Chain Optimization, Transport & Logistics|

The company The company is a heavy machinery operator The problem The company was faced with a very competitive market and has to improve its methods in order to successfully win contracts. The company works with trucks and heavy machinery to perform bulk transports for short distances. The approach With the knowledge of the managers in [...]

Optimization of transshipment operations

August 7th, 2015|Categories: Case Study, Data Mining, Environmental, Finance, Operational Research, Supply Chain Optimization, Transport & Logistics|

The company Leader in waste management The problem The company has many processing and transshipment centers and wanted to validate management rules. The problem came from a large amount of decision possibilities between transship, sort and then transship and no transship. The approach MELIORE conducted a mapping of the business processes in order to build a [...]

Transportation routes optimization

August 7th, 2015|Categories: Case Study, Human Ressources, Operational Research, Transport & Logistics|

The company Leader in the transportation of bulk material The problem The company wishes to increase its productivity per truck, but is unwilling to change its management software because it was expensive and it integrates all it's divisions. The approach MELIORE modeled mathematically the operations of the company to optimize its logistics operations. Transportation routes optimization [...]

Development of mathematical algorithm to solve the inverse kinematics in real-time of a redundant robot

August 7th, 2015|Categories: Business Process Improvement, Case Study, Television & Cinema, Transport & Logistics|

The company An innovative company in the movie industry. The problem The company has acquired a robot-cameraman in order to produce new types of special effects in the film and television industry. The robot had 8 degrees of freedom, so it was redundant. The company needed to control the robot in real time using inverse kinematics, [...]