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Effective Functioning of Intelligent Transport Systems as One of the Main Factors for Supporting Sustainable Urban Development

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Smart Technologies in Urban Engineering (STUE 2022)


The non-linear dynamic (bifurcation) nature of modern socio-economic processes has led to the emergence of the concept of sustainable development of society. The concept implies the use of innovative environmental, energy- and material-saving technologies, the preservation of the integrity and stability of socio-economic, biological and physical natural systems under conditions of limited resources. One of the main drivers of sustainable development is the high efficiency of designing, implementing and developing Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). This paper considers the theoretical concepts of sustainable functioning and development of the transport system as an open non-linear dynamic system, within the framework of the generalized Lorenz model. The interaction between three dynamic variables is considered: the level of application of modern innovative technologies in ITS, the level of efficiency of various institutions that ensure the implementation and functioning of ITS, and the control factor, which determines the influence of the external environment on the current state of functioning of the transport system, including the urban street and road network (SRN). Based on the results of simulation studies, the conditions for the sustainable functioning of the ITS have been identified, which are associated with proactive activities to improve and timely implementation of information and communication technologies in the ITS; continuous controlling of the state of functioning of the transport system; implementation of a high degree of coordination and synchronized interaction between the processes of development, implementation, and use of the ITS.

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Danchuk, V., Comi, A., Kunytska, O. (2023). Effective Functioning of Intelligent Transport Systems as One of the Main Factors for Supporting Sustainable Urban Development. In: Arsenyeva, O., Romanova, T., Sukhonos, M., Tsegelnyk, Y. (eds) Smart Technologies in Urban Engineering. STUE 2022. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 536. Springer, Cham.

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