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Road Infrastructure Condition Assessment as Element of Road Traffic Safety – Concept of the RCT Solution in the S-mileSys Platform

  • Marcin StaniekEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 21)

Abstract

The paper provides a discussion on the overall body of problems related to developing a mobile tool referred to as Road Condition Tool, used for the road infrastructure condition assessment based on the recorded signals of linear accelerations set out in a three-dimensional system. Such a data set is created while typical transport services are performed by a group of carriers which have deployed the solution in question. The road condition tool discussed in this article constitutes a part of the S-mileSys platform developed under the “Sustainable Logistics and Supply Chains” competition within the framework of the ERANET Transport III programme. The solution proposed in the paper is a mobile device with a module for positioning and one for recording linear accelerations, featuring software developed under the S-mile project for purposes of the road network assessment and description.

Keywords

Road pavement assessment Road profile Roughness Vibrations Road traffic safety 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The present research has been financed from the means of the National Centre for Research and Development as a part of the international project within the scope of ERA-NET Transport III Sustainable Logistics and Supply Chains Programme “Smart platform to integrate different freight transport means, manage and foster first and last mile in supply chains (S-mile)”.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of TransportSilesian University of TechnologyKatowicePoland

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