Version 1.3.5 adds a feature which notifies users when new versions of ODL Studio are available. It also fixes two bugs present in 1.3.4 only - one bug affecting the quality of the routes generated under some circumstances and another causing the start depot location to be used as the end depot too.
For Windows users, ensure you download the correct installer for your windows system - either 32 bit or 64 bit (if you have a modern computer it will probably be 64 bit Windows). If you’re unsure if your system is 32-bit or 64-bit, go to Control Panel, System and Security, System and by System type it should say 32-bit or 64-bit Operating system. The minimum recommended system is 6 GB RAM with a dual processor CPU.
Warning - there are 2 breaking changes with the data formats if you’re upgrading from ODL Studio v1.3.3 or older. Graphhopper road network graphs built with the graphhopper jar from earlier versions of ODL Studio do not work and need to be rebuilt with the new Graphhopper jar (in the graphhopper subdirectory of the ODL Studio installation directory). Postcode geocoding database file format has changed - the old files will no longer work (download the new ones).
Download the latest source code including all dependencies from Github. Open Door Logistics Studio is licensed under an LGPL licence.
Pre-built Graphhopper road network graph for the United Kingdom, to use with time and distance generation in capacitated clustering module and vehicle routing module, available here. To find out how to build the file for other countries, see our advanced configuration tutorial. The old file format UK road network graph, for ODL Studio 1.3.3 and earlier, is available here.
Download reconstructed UK postcode polygons (January 2015) in Shapefile format from here. Please observe the usage terms here - redistribution of map images is only permitted in return for a weblink. Use these files to design and map UK sales or delivery territories.
Download an example pdf report generated by ODL Studio of top UK customers from here and one for UK sales territories from here. Download an example planned vehicle routes report from here. All example data is artificial - although based on real postcode addresses. All company and people names are randomly generated.
Old versions of ODL Studio are available for download below. For later versions the source code is available via github.