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Synergy Of Incident Management And Real-Time Technology: The Next Step In The Evolution Of Supply Chain Management

Gregory W. Ulferts, Evan Peterson
2011 Journal of Business & Economics Research  
<span style="mso-spacerun: yes;">&nbsp;</span>The goal of JIT, a sub-part of a larger concept referred to as time-critical logistics (TCL), is to facilitate the delivery of materials only as they are required  ...  <span style="mso-spacerun: yes;">&nbsp; </span>This practice, in turn, leads to improved efficiency by reducing inventory costs and idled capacity.  ...  Comparative results will then be classified according to their scenario settings in a simulation results database: road network structure, load, incident state, information fidelity, and delivery strategy  ... 
doi:10.19030/jber.v6i9.2472 fatcat:yjlxxhyktvd6foginh3heuapq4

Vehicle Adhoc Sensor Network Framework to Provide Green Communication for Urban Operation Rescue

Mohamed Ahmed, Mohammad Reza Jabbarpour Sattari, Mostofa Kamal Nasir, Saeid Ghahremani, Sajad Khorsandroo, Syed Adeel Shah Ali, Rafidah Md Noor
2013 Lecture Notes on Information Theory  
The proposed model is validated using two parameters which are average packet delivery ratio and level of congestion messages.  ...  In this paper, a green communication framework is proposed to support the operation rescue together with green communication requirements.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) and University of Malaya for financial support of this research project, HIR-MOHE-B00009.  ... 
doi:10.12720/lnit.1.2.77-82 fatcat:47r6rokj4jgxrfu64cqjfg3rbu

Optimization of Transmission Signal Power through Observation of Congestion in VANets Using the Fuzzy Logic Approach: A Case Study in Highway and Urban Layout

Claudio Correa, Rodolfo I. Meneguette, Patrícia R. Oliveira, Jó Ueyama
2019 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
In this scenario, the paper herein proposes eFIRST, a robust solution to autonomous detection of the current congestion condition in order to disseminate safety alerts and to reduce problems with the interruption  ...  Congestions, originating from an incident, frequently endanger traffic and, consequently, cause all kinds of losses.  ...  receive the information about the incident on the road.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/2605234 fatcat:34udr4ijsvdgzjuz2syzcuncyq

Research Needs for Weather-Responsive Traffic Management

Paul Pisano, Lynette Goodwin
2004 Transportation Research Record  
This paper reports weather impacts on traffic flow and describes an emerging concept of operations for a system-wide approach to traffic management in adverse weather.  ...  Weather-responsive traffic management views weather events as non-recurring incidents that can be predicted, observed, and mitigated.  ...  Weather events and their impacts can be viewed as predictable, nonrecurring incidents that contribute to congestion by reducing capacity-the maximum flow rate at which vehicles can traverse a roadway over  ... 
doi:10.3141/1867-15 fatcat:53gjnx2o7rgczpmsjueewkkdde

The Smart Freight Project as a Superior Way to Cope with Congestion and Environmental Negative Externalities in Urban Areas

Dagmara Bubel, Katarzyna Szymczyk
2016 Transportation Research Procedia  
The project deals with all the problems that appear inside city centres due to cargo trucks services or lorry door-to-door delivery.  ...  The authors of this paper posit the hypothesis that for the time being, the SmartFreight project is the best solution against congestion and environmentally harmful externalities in urban areas.  ...  Routes of delivery should be allocated according to the traffic information, in order to avoid congestion, time gaps or road conflicts.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trpro.2016.11.004 fatcat:2sfggxtp3rhqdmtoi5lex553ba

Increasing Intelligence in Inter-Vehicle Communications to Reduce Traffic Congestions: Experiments in Urban and Highway Environments

Rodolfo I. Meneguette, Geraldo P. R. Filho, Daniel L. Guidoni, Gustavo Pessin, Leandro A. Villas, Jó Ueyama, Xiaosong Hu
2016 PLoS ONE  
Traffic congestion is an urban mobility problem, which causes stress to drivers and economic losses.  ...  In this context, this work proposes a solution for the detection, dissemination and control of congested roads based on inter-vehicle communication, called INCIDEnT.  ...  Jó Ueyama would like to thank FAPESP and Office of Naval Research Global for funding part of his research project. Daniel L. Guidoni would like to thank CNPq and FAPEMIG.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0159110 pmid:27526048 pmcid:PMC4985163 fatcat:m2aq4kitrrb4bdiw2nzuqc7qxy

SEARCH: An SDN-enabled Approach for Vehicle Path-Planning

Omar Sami Oubbati, Mohammed Atiquzzaman, Pascal Lorenz, Abdullah Baz, Hosam Alhakami
2020 IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the Deanship of Scientific Research at Umm Al-Qura University for supporting this work by grant code 18-COM-1-01-0001. REFERENCES  ...  This minimization is due to its dynamic nature to calculate shorter time paths while being aware of both incidents and traffic congestion on the roads.  ...  In other words, UAVs have top priority to collect traffic information on roads when they are hovering any areas in order to reduce the network load on 5G BSs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvt.2020.3043306 fatcat:y443gkeh6vdibnl532hgdznlpe

A New Approach of Smart Mobility for Heavy Goods Vehicles in Casablanca [chapter]

Mohammed Mouhcine Maaroufi, Laila Stour, Ali Agoumi
2021 Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments  
The concept of dynamic lane management or Advanced Traffic Management (ATM) opens up new perspectives. Its objective is to manage and optimize road traffic in a variable manner, in space and in time.  ...  It aims to avoid the discomfort caused by trucks in the urban road network of the city of Casablanca.  ...  Traffic congestion will inevitably lead to a deterioration of the urban framework and road safety conditions and will hurt the city's competitiveness.  ... 
doi:10.3233/aise210086 fatcat:fhsxnjsm7jf2vj2q3y3cxzn3gi

Best Practices in Urban Freight Management

Laetitia Dablanc, Genevieve Giuliano, Kevin Holliday, Thomas O'Brien
2013 Transportation Research Record  
We use three categories to describe urban freight strategies: last mile/first mile deliveries and pickups, environmental mitigation, and trade node strategies.  ...  This paper presents results from a comprehensive international survey of urban freight management strategies.  ...  PierPASS was intended to reduce road congestion and it proved successful at shifting a significant amount of eligible cargo to the evening (approximately 40%).  ... 
doi:10.3141/2379-04 fatcat:nngmq7fo4fhcfo33yc5teau6ke

An Interest-Based Approach for Reducing Network Contentions in Vehicular Transportation Systems

Allan M. de Souza, Guilherme Maia, Torsten Braun, Leandro A. Villas
2019 Sensors  
IAN3I enables a fully-distributed traffic management and an opportunistic content sharing approach in which vehicles are responsible for storing and delivering traffic information only to vehicles interested  ...  However, in massively connected and multi-service smart city scenarios, infrastructure-based systems can experience low delivery ratios and high latency due to packet congestion in backhaul links on ultra-dense  ...  [14] introduced NRR (Next Road Re-routing), an adaptive next road re-routing TMS for unexpected urban traffic congestion avoidance.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19102325 fatcat:zeqi3cb3mje6jl6nglw2fxr7cm

A Communications-Oriented Perspective on Traffic Management Systems for Smart Cities: Challenges and Innovative Approaches

Soufiene Djahel, Ronan Doolan, Gabriel-Miro Muntean, John Murphy
2015 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
authorities in relation to traffic congestion, accidents and air pollution.  ...  The growing size of cities and increasing population mobility have determined a rapid increase in the number of vehicles on the roads, which has resulted in many challenges for road traffic management  ...  OVERVIEW OF FUTURE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS A Traffic Management System (TMS) offers capabilities that can potentially be used to reduce road traffic congestion, improve response time to incidents, and  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2014.2339817 fatcat:ap7hvhawqrf7zb5noxm4ph5orq

Mobile Device-based Cargo Gridlocks Management Framework for Urban Areas in Nigeria

John E. Efiong
2017 International Journal of Education and Management Engineering  
A number of recommendations for the adoption of ICTs in tackling traffic congestion problems in developing countries have been made in studies.  ...  This paper formulates a mobile device-based model supported by web technologies, called MobileCGM that can help avoid incidences of gridlocks emanating from Tin Can Island and Apapa sea ports in Lagos,  ...  A gridlock is a state of a complete standstill in movement where continuous queues of vehicles disable a road network. It is an extreme form of traffic congestion or jam.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijeme.2017.06.02 fatcat:usudnkfubvfzpe2hgkiswle4tm

Implementation of Telematics Solutions in Urban Agglomerations in the Aspect of Road Incidents

Ibrahiem M. M. El Emary, Anna Brzozowska, Bubel Dagmara
2019 Research in World Economy  
Urban mobility is a public service provided by a road traffic management entity.  ...  A characteristic element of road traffic management is incidents generated by road infrastructure users that occur at each stage of traffic management.  ...  Charging road traffic participants with payments for entry to certain zones of the city is intended to reduce traffic within the city, contribute to protection of historic urban zones and reduce nuisances  ... 
doi:10.5430/rwe.v10n4p1 fatcat:q3favoqwnzb3fgx7z2hk3pprsy

A Survey and Taxonomy of Urban Traffic Management: Towards Vehicular Networks [article]

Hany Kamal, Marco Picone, Michele Amoretti
2014 arXiv   pre-print
urban traffic problems, based on inter-vehicle communications.  ...  Afterwards, we discuss urban traffic optimization, presenting the most recent works on traffic signal control and vehicle routing control.  ...  Anticipatory stigmergy with allocation strategy considering lost time of traffic congestion -Similar to case 5, however based on the time spent in congestion.  ... 
arXiv:1409.4388v1 fatcat:ajg2ci4evzckzn7ldx6ikkirta

A Review of the Transformation of Road Transport Systems: Are We Ready for the Next Step in Artificially Intelligent Sustainable Transport?

Hasan, Whyte, Al Jassmi
2019 Applied System Innovation  
AV–PT was also found to be the most sustainable strategy in dense urban areas to shift the heavy trip load from private vehicles.  ...  The main benefits of AV adoption were reported in the literature to be travel time, traffic congestion, cost and environmental factors.  ...  It may be more suitable for reducing traffic congestion if a dynamic SAV relocation strategy is applied followed by the use of an alternate source of energy and newer vehicles in the network to reduce  ... 
doi:10.3390/asi3010001 fatcat:lqbkxv55dzed5mo3432tqtarki
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