I do appreciate your efforts to bring new futures but here the main disadvantage of GpsGate is that the maps used for route optimization are not truck specified (it means that they calculate the route without considering truck weight, leigh, high) and as far as i know still does not have such a option (truck route calc.).
This planning is useless for the truck companies. Here, PTV, TomTom etc.. having maps with included truck specifications.
You can see at:
http://www.routenet.nl/route.aspx?task= ... true%7E%7E
They have implemented PTV truck planning algorithm based on TomTom maps into their own web platform and as you can see there is an option to specify & calculate the route for a truck or car and giving you, the estimate route taxes as well.
Originally posted by AndrewC
Our Dispatch plugin is designed to support these sorts of use cases and is in ongoing development with new features being added all the time. To solve a use case such as yours J.Kesoe, you can use the Mobile plugin and Dispatch plugin together.
Our Mobile view allows any device with a web browser to log into your GpsGate Server installation with their own credentials and see their active jobs, ordered in the way that the dispatcher wants them to appear.
They can view job details, and tap a button to open any supported modern navigation software on their Android device to be routed to the destination. This will allow the drivers to use the full features (ETA, traffic updates etc) of their favourite navigation software or the fleet administrator's pre-installed choice if the devices are centrally administered.
The Dispatch plugin allows you to create routes with many stops, automatically optimise the path to reduce fuel and travel costs and dispatch them to the workers that are logged into the Mobile view.
http://gpsgate.com/blogComment/dispatch ... timisation
You can also automate many features of Dispatch with scripting such as automatically setting jobs as complete when the drivers reach the location, creating jobs based on event rules or creating your own menu options for quick generic job types.