Swot Analysis Of Grocery Kart

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A Grocery kart is responsible for supplying fresh vegetables to all the retail stores in a city. A fleet of old Swaraj vans are used to haul the goods from the central warehouse. • There are a total of 600 stores in their network. • Constraints on each van : 1. All the deliveries are to be made between 5AM to 8AM 2. A vehicle cannot stop more than 20 times 3. One vehicle cannot travel more than 65 km 4. Maximum capacity is 1000 kg 5. At the end of the trip, each truck returns back to the central warehouse 6. Each stop at the store takes 5 min to unload 7. Every km travelled takes 90 sec on an average A new fleet of Volvo vans are bought replacing the Swaraj vans in an effort to reduce costs and minimize greenhouse emissions. • Maintaining…show more content…
MACHINES: Processor- Intel core i3, RAM 4GB. • Software Constraints CLIENT: The client should have at least, JVM. DEVELOPER: JDK 1.8 • Design Standard Compliance The system shall be implemented in Java. • Software Environment Type Name 1. OS Windows, Linux, Mac 2. Language Java 3. Library iText PDF(external),JDK libraries 2.2 System events and Data flow a) System Activities System would take data sets of the distance and the demand matrix from each store. It will then compute the route map on the basis of various factors:- a) Time b) Distance to be travelled c) Stores to be visited d) Capacity • Profit, Cost and Efficiency analysis will be done to get optimal solutions. • Generation of reports through comparative study of various cities and user data. • Input Data Processing i.e. storing the data and processing it to provide alternative and optimized results. • Comparative study of best solutions from future generations. b) User Characteristics • User should be technologically sound. • User should be able to analyze the results. 2.3 Specific Requirements a) Functional Objectives 1. System Use Case…show more content…
There are about 600 stores in the network. They have a fleet of old Swaraj vans that are being used to haul the goods from their central warehouse. Given the perishable nature of the goods, all vans leave at 5:00 AM and all deliveries have to happen before 8:00 AM. Each van can make multiple stops but the union contract prevents any truck from making more than 20 stops or travelling more than 65 KM in any trip. In an effort to reduce costs and minimize greenhouse emissions (To reduce pollution), GroceryKart is planning to retire all the old Swaraj vans and purchase a new fleet of Volvo vans. They believe the cost of purchasing the Swaraj vans will more or less be covered by the sale of Volvo vans and the rest of the money will come from the existing savings fund. However, maintaining each truck costs 20,000/month (including driver, etc.). Also, the variable cost per km of travel is around 30 for the first three years of the truck usage. Each Volvo truck can carry up to 1000 Kilograms at full capacity and at the end of each trip, all trucks must return back to the warehouse. Each stop at the store takes 5 minutes to unload and each Kilometer travelled takes 90

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