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Multiagent System for the Prediction of Road Maintenance Actions

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The purpose of this work is to provide a technological and innovative solution to help solve situations of lack or difficulty of prediction, organization and management of maintenance actions on roads. One of the most common reasons why these actions are triggered are weather conditions. The system will allow the user to access the web portal, browse through its different contents, and attach and upload datasets stored on the local hard disk of his or her work computer. The intelligent agents will communicate and operate synchronously to receive the dataset, operate with it (reading and basic processing example) in a simple way and leave the system modularly open for the future integration of new implementations (agents with their respective behaviors).

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  • Intelligent agent
  • Road maintenance
  • Predictive maintenance

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This work has been funded by the Ministerio de ciencia e Innovación de España. CONVOCATORIA 2019 «PROYECTOS DE I+D+i». PID2019-108883RB-C22. Sistema de monitorización y control para el apoyo a la toma de decisiones en el mantenimiento de infraestructuras.

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Galcerán, P., De Paz, J.F., González-Pachón, J., Bajo, J. (2022). Multiagent System for the Prediction of Road Maintenance Actions. In: de Paz Santana, J.F., de la Iglesia, D.H., López Rivero, A.J. (eds) New Trends in Disruptive Technologies, Tech Ethics and Artificial Intelligence. DiTTEt 2021. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1410. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-87687-6_11

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