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Weather routing risk for smoother shipments

With route-based ETA adjustments and road risk scores, you can pinpoint and avoid weather-related road disruptions –– days in advance

WeatherOptics RightRoute
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Weather Optics RightRoute

The most advanced weather routing software on the market

We ingest 80 million points of historical vehicle data alongside sophisticated weather modeling to understand when and where weather-related disruptions will occur.

How it works

Routing A to B

Tell us your origin, destination and departure time up to 7 days in advance, or integrate directly with your TMS/routing provider

Weather on a road

We model and simulate how weather will impact that shipment based on historical, real-time, and predictive data

Delay times for weather

We deliver actionable insights like delay times, driver risk, and alternative routing options that ensure a smooth shipment

A format that fits into existing workflows

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Integrate our data into products using our API

Data Pipeline
Data Pipeline

Leverage our data pipeline for high volume use cases

Insight Portal
Insight Portal

Easily access our web-based portal to track shipments 

Configure Alerts
Configurable Alerts

Set custom alerts for specific weather and risk types

Impressively accurate, days in advance

Up to 60%

How much our software improves routing provider ETA accuracy during severe weather conditions

Up to 30%

The reduction in weather-related accidents for trucking companies using our software


Consumer-facing route providers such as Google and HERE are great tools for routing, but do not account for weather-related delays.

In April 2020, a powerful snowstorm hit Maine. Four days in advance, RightRoute predicted slowdowns within 10% of what actually occurred.


Short-term and long-term predictions

We produce hourly forecasts out to 168 hours so you can deal with real-time shipment disruptions in the short term, and better prepare for them in the long-term.

Historical data available for model training

Our ever-expanding dataset contains continuous insights back to 2014. Use historical ETA or risk score data to retrain models that make better predictions.

What sets RightRoute apart?

Real ETA predictions

Our software simulates weather impact along a route, and predicts how delayed a shipment is likely to be. The output is an adjusted ETA that improves accuracy by up to 60%.

Road Risk Predictions
Road Risk Score

We account for more than 30 different weather variables, geospatial data, and historical impact data, to boil weather-based road danger down to a 0-10 score that's built for driver safety.

Tipping Index
Tipping Index

Based on vehicle weight, height, and direction, our software predicts the likelihood of a vehicle rolling over due to high winds

Route Optimization

Avoid high impact weather conditions by weighing risk along key routes. Compare delay time, driver risk, and mileage to optimizing routing ahead of departure.

Route Optimization
NWS Alerts
NWS Alerts

Quickly gauge if a shipment is under a watch, warning, or advisory from the government anywhere along a given route. We'll simulate the trip and only show alerts that are timely and relevant.

Extreme Weather Flag
Extreme Weather Flag

Our extreme weather flag is triggered when weather conditions are so poor that there is a higher than normal risk of accidents or road closures. These are routes that should be avoided altogether.

Temperature Thresholds
Temperature Thresholds

Protect temperature sensitive freight by setting custom thresholds in RightRoute that will alert you when there is a possible breach. See where and when temperature breaches are likely to happen.


Seamlessly add RightRoute to any existing workflow or software like a TMS, ELD, visibility, or routing provider. Our pre-built integrations allow you to leverage our data without any developement.

Integrate with services you already love

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Proactive rerouting starts here.

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