These proceedings collect selected papers from the 7th International Conference on Green Intelligent Transportation System and Safety held in Nanjing on July 1-4, 2016. The selected works, which include state-of-the-art studies, are intended to promote the development of green mobility and intelligent transportation technology to achieve interconnectivity, resource sharing, flexibility and higher efficiency. They offer valuable insights for researchers and engineers in the fields of Transportation Technology and Traffic Engineering, Automotive and Mechanical Engineering, Industrial and System Engineering, and Electrical Engineering.
These proceedings gather selected papers from the 9th International Conference on Green Intelligent Transportation Systems and Safety, held in Guilin, China on July 1-3, 2018. They feature cutting-edge studies on Green Intelligent Mobility Systems, the guiding motto being to achieve “green, intelligent, and safe transportation systems.” The contributions presented here can help promote the development of green mobility and intelligent transportation technologies to improve interconnectivity, resource sharing, flexibility and efficiency. Given its scope, the book will benefit researchers and engineers in the fields of Transportation Technology and Traffic Engineering, Automotive and Mechanical Engineering, Industrial and System Engineering, and Electrical Engineering alike.
For many transportation systems, the cost of expanding the infrastructure is too high. Therefore, the focus must shift to improving the quality of transportation within the existing infrastructure. The second edition of a bestseller, Intelligent Transport Systems: Smart and Green Infrastructure Design critically examines the successes and failures
Smart Cities Green Technologies and Intelligent Transport Systems
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, SMARTGREENS 2018, and the 4th International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems, VEHITS 2018, held in Funchal-Madeira, Portugal in March 2018. The 18 full papers presented during SMARTGREENS 2018 and VEHITS 2018 were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers reflect topics such as smart cities and green ICT systems; vehicle technology and intelligent transport systems.
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of Chinese Transportation Professionals, held in Beijing, China, August 4-8, 2010. Sponsored by North American Chinese Overseas Transportation Association (NACOTA); Beijing University of Technology; Transportation and Development Institute of ASCE; Transportation Research Board Committee on Transportation in Developing Countries; National Natural Science foundation of China. This collection of 444 papers focuses on ways meet the needs of urban transportation systems in a capacity that is environmentally sound, socially equitable, and economically viable. In the last two decades, many large cities in China have experienced rapid urban sprawl, which has been resulted in extensive expansion and motorization of the cities. The threat of increasingly unsustainable urban transportation systems has become a focus of attention as the awareness of the unhealthy interaction between a surging demand for transportation services and the environmental impact of such increases. Topics include: comprehensive transportation planning; traffic safety theory and technology; transportation management; operation technology and systems; and public transportation technology and systems. This proceedings will be valuable to everyone in the transportation engineering industry.
Smart Cities Green Technologies and Intelligent Transport Systems
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems, SMARTGREENS 2015, and the 1st International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems, VEHITS 2015, held in Lisbon, Portugal, in May 2015. The 15 full papers of SMARTGREENS 2015 presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 73 submissions. VEHITS 2015 received 27 paper submissions from which 3 papers were selected and published in this book. The papers reflect topics such as smart cities, energy-aware systems and technologies, sustainable computing and communications, sustainable transportation and smart mobility.
ICCTP 2010 Integrated Transportation Systems Green Intelligent Reliable
This one-of-a-kind reference offers you a comprehensive and easy-to-follow introduction to the fundamentals of ITS planning and operations. The book puts special focus on traffic flow issues and principles, and addresses recent security concerns in transportation systems, thus allowing you a greater degree of confidence in the success of your projects before actual implementation.
This proceedings book gathers selected papers presented at the 16th Scientific and Technical Conference “Transport Systems. Theory and Practice”, organised by the Department of Transport Systems and Traffic Engineering at the Faculty of Transport of the Silesian University of Technology. The conference was held on 16–18 September 2019 in Katowice (Poland). More details at www.TSTP.polsl.pl Which of the multi-criteria methods should be applied to support decision-making processes while tackling problems of sustainable transport solutions? How can individual issues encountered when implementing smart solutions in transport systems be solved? What advanced tools can be used to assess the current condition of selected elements of transport systems (both in terms of transport infrastructure and traffic streams)? What data concerning transport processes can be collected automatically and how can we use it? What is the right approach to the problem of the development of the spatial planning of transport systems? This book provides the answers to these and many other questions. It also includes a wealth of numerical analyses based on significant data sets, illustrating the close affiliation between smart transport systems and environment-friendly solutions. The book primarily addresses the needs of three target groups: • Scientists and researchers (ITS field) • Those working for local authorities (responsible for the transport systems at the urban and regional levels) • Representatives of business (traffic strategy management) and industry (manufacturers of ITS components).