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ICTE in Transportation and Logistics 2019

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  • Gathers the proceedings of the virtual workshop ICTE in Transportation and Logistics 2019, organized by the Transport Institute at Riga Technical University

  • Discusses the latest advances in CTE and active research methods in transportation and logistics

  • Written by respected experts in the field

Conference proceedings info: ICTE ToL 2019.

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Table of contents (47 papers)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv
  2. Modeling Global Consumptions Trends Impact on Transport and Logistics: Scenario Analysis

    • Astra Auzina-Emsina, Velga Ozolina, Inguna Jurgelane-Kaldava
    Pages 1-8
  3. Polish State Aid for Transport Services and Infrastructure Between 2007–2016

    • Zofia Gródek-Szostak, Danuta Kajrunajtys, Luis Ochoa Siguencia
    Pages 9-14
  4. Efficiency of Routes in Middle Easter Transport Corridor

    • Zhaken Kuanyshbaev, Muratbek Arpabekov, Tynys Suleimenov, Aidana Ybray
    Pages 15-19
  5. Digitalization in Maritime Industry: Prospects and Pitfalls

    • Viktorija Babica, Deniss Sceulovs, Elvira Rustenova
    Pages 20-27
  6. Optimization of Transport Logistical Flows Between Railway and Urban Passenger Transportation Systems

    • Mareks Mezitis, Ruslans Muhitovs, Muratbek Arpabekov, Zura Sansyzbajeva, Baglan Togizbayeva, Alimzhan Assiltayev
    Pages 28-34
  7. Improving the Quality of Railway Operation to Extend the Services of Transportation of Cargo of Small Volume

    • Oleksandr Lavrukhin, Anna Kravets, Larysa Parkhomenko, Daria Kulova, Artem Panchenko, Natalja Ivaskovska
    Pages 35-43
  8. Architectural Approach to the Digital Logistics System Design

    • Alexey Nekrasov, Anna Sinitsyna, Mark Styskin
    Pages 53-60
  9. Roadside Services Facilities Planning Approach for Public Roads in the Republic of Kazakhstan

    • Timur Sultanov, Tynys Suleimenov, Gulnar Tlepiyeva, Abdy Kiyalbaev
    Pages 69-74
  10. Visual Analytics in Mobility, Transportation and Logistics

    • Kawa Nazemi, Dirk Burkhardt, Lukas Kaupp, Till Dannewald, Matthias Kowald, Egils Ginters
    Pages 82-89
  11. Analysis of Method for Calculating the Throughput Capacity of Station Neck

    • Oksana Ischuka, Denis Lomotko, Natalja Muracova
    Pages 90-98
  12. Improvement of the Procedure for Determining the Duration of a Passenger Trip on the Railways of Ukraine

    • Valerii Kuleshov, Ganna Shapoval, Maksym Kutsenko, Jelena Stepanova
    Pages 99-103
  13. Application of Logical Diagnosis to Identify Faults in Computerized Railway Traffic Control Systems

    • Waldemar Nowakowski, Tomasz Ciszewski, Zbigniew Lukasik
    Pages 112-119
  14. Ensuring Railroad’s Digital Automation Systems Resistance to Dangerous States

    • Sergii Panchenko, Anatolij Bojnik, Viktor Kustov, Vasyl Sotnyk
    Pages 120-128
  15. Mathematical Models of the System Integration and Structural Unification of Specialized Railway Computer Systems

    • Valentin Moiseenko, Volodymyr Butenko, Oleksandra Golovko, Oleksandr Kameniev, Vitalii Gaievskyi
    Pages 129-136
  16. The Use of Digital Technologies to Provide Condition Monitoring and Modes of Vehicle Operation

    • Igor Gritsuk, Artur Kagramanian, Igor Khudiakov, Anastasija Pinchuk, Roman Symonenko, Oksana Hrytsuk
    Pages 137-144

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About this book

This proceedings volume explores the latest advances in transport and logistics, while also discussing the applications of modern information technologies, telecommunications, electronics, and prospective research methods and analyzing their impacts on society and the environment, which in turn determine the future development of these technologies. The book is intended for a broad readership, including transport and logistics business planners and technical experts, leveraging industry knowledge and facilitating technology adoption in promising business regions and transit corridors such as Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and others.

The authors, who include policy planners and crafters as well as education and training professionals,address various types of intermodal transport such as rail, road, maritime, air, etc.


Keywords

  • Transportation and Logistics
  • Digital Technologies
  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Sociotechnical Systems
  • Sustainability
  • ICTE
  • ICTE2019
  • ICTE ToL
  • ICTE ToL2019

Editors and Affiliations

  • Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technologies, Department of Modelling and Simulation, Riga Technical University, Riga, Latvia

    Egils Ginters

  • Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Mario Arturo Ruiz Estrada

  • Department of Telecommunications and Systems Engineering, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain

    Miquel Angel Piera Eroles

Bibliographic Information

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USD 139.00
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  • ISBN: 978-3-030-39688-6
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  • Readable on all devices
  • Own it forever
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  • Tax calculation will be finalised during checkout
Softcover Book
USD 179.99
Price excludes VAT (USA)