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Winwaed Software Technology LLC

 

Ultra Mileage

Fast Batch Route Mileage Computation

 

Ultra Mileage is a set of very fast batch route calculation tools. The primary tools are Ultra MileCharter and Ultra One2OneMileage. Ultra MileCharter is the Ultra version of the popular MileCharter products, and is used to calculate mileage charts,  Output can include travel times and estimated costs, as well as route distances. Charts can be created to/from point data views and/or selected groups of points. Charts can be produced using the fastest, shortest, or direct straight-line distances. Output is written to either a text file or a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.

 

Ultra One2OneMileage is the Ultra version of MPMileage, and is used to calculate a list of point-to-point routes in a database. Calculated distances, travel times, and costs are written back to the database. Locations can be coordinates or named locations. Support databases include Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, and ODBC connections.

 

Ultra Mileage requires a multi-core PC running Windows 7 or better; and Microsoft .NET Framework v4.5.2 or better. The USA country data requires 16GB RAM to use. Other countries require less.

 

This help file contains the following contact, license, and purchasing information:

 

Contact Winwaed Software Technology LLC

License Agreement

Ultra Mileage Licenses and Purchasing

Revision History

 

There are overview pages for the entire Ultra system:

 

Overview of the Ultra System

Setting the Default Directories

 

Four MileCharter examples are provided for first time users:  

 

Example: Finding Distances Between Cities (requires the Contiguous USA road pack)

Example: Finding the Closest (requires the Contiguous USA road pack)

Example: Finding Distances and Costs from Depots to Customers (requires the British Isles road pack)

Example: Using a Custom Road Speed Profile (requires the Contiguous USA road pack)

 

And One2OneMileage examples are provided for first time users:  

 

Example: Using a Microsoft Access Database (requires the Contiguous USA road pack)

Example: Using Named Locations (requires the Contiguous USA road pack)

Example: Using an Excel Database (requires the Contiguous USA road pack)

 

 

The Download Manager is described on the following pages:

 

Overview of the Download Manager

Selecting Downloads

Downloading Files

 

The Pre-Processor is described on the following pages:

 

Overview of the Pre-Processor

Road Pack Configuration

Road Pack Optimization Options

Running the Pre-Processor

 

The following pages describe specific aspects of MileCharter's operation:

 

Selecting the Start and End Points

Using Points in a Text File

Using Points in an Excel Workbook

Using Points in a Maptitude Map

Setting the Road Pack

Route Options

Duplicate Routes

Output Options

Computing the Mileage Chart

Verifying the Calculated Routes

Reporting only the Quickest or Closest Destinations

Setting the Driving Costs

Writing to a Text File

Advanced Settings

Notes for Speed

 

The following pages describe specific aspects of One2OneMileage's operation:

 

Overview of One2OneMileage Operations

Setting the Road Pack

Setting the Database Parameters

Setting the Input Location Fields

Specifying an ODBC Data Source

Row Selection

Routing Parameters

Verifying the Calculated Routes

Setting the Driving Costs

Saving and Restoring One2OneMileage's Configuration

Log and Batch Settings

Advanced Settings

Error Results

Database Notes

Frequently Asked Questions

 

In addition, we have a section of miscellaneous topics common to both MileCharter and One2OneMileage:

 

Types of Road

Creating a Custom PBF File

Types of Rate Table

Glossary