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Design of smart public transport assist system for metropolitan city Chennai

R. Kanthavel, S.K.B. Sangeetha, K.P. Keerthana
2021 International Journal of Intelligent Networks  
The authors declare that they have no known competing financial interests or personal relationships that could have appeared to influence the work reported in this paper.  ...  Indian cities face a wide range of problems, including extreme overcrowding, deteriorating air quality, the greenhouse gas pollution from the transportation industry, rising traffic accidents, and an explosion  ...  Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) are a set of cutting-edge digitalization used in transportation and traffic management systems to improve network efficiency and sustainability, as well as minimize  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijin.2021.06.004 fatcat:qijmxo5fzrdfdesvk66co25w4i

Special issue on energy-efficient optical networks

Paolo Monti, Annalisa Morea, Ampalavanapillai Nirmalathas, Vinod M. Vokkarane
2015 Photonic network communications  
Communication networks continue to experience an increase in traffic volumes, number of connected devices, and users.  ...  Lange discusses and explains the energy consumption of a countrywide mid-European incumbent operator network with fixed and mobile radiotelephony in addition to broadband services.  ...  The paper "Facing the Traffic Explosion in Metro Transport Networks with Energy-sustainable Architectures" by E.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11107-015-0530-2 fatcat:qnzf6amtsnfvpinysr25lfayue

Future Scenarios for Software-Defined Metro and Access Networks and Software-Defined Photonics

Tommaso Muciaccia, Vittorio Passaro
2017 Photonics  
In recent years, architectures, devices, and components in telecommunication networks have been challenged by evolutionary and revolutionary factors which are drastically changing the traffic features.  ...  Finally, the architectural solutions for reconfigurable and programmable metro and access networks are reviewed.  ...  Roger and Niger [51] have proposed a metro-access network architecture which makes use of PON-based access, optical cross-connect metro, and WR-OBS transport.  ... 
doi:10.3390/photonics4010001 fatcat:d4vh2qrvknb2nmhr7tsgu7wsdy

Quo Vadis, Optical Network Architecture? Towards an Optical-processing-enabled Paradigm [article]

Dao Thanh Hai
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Among various aspects in optical network architectures, handling transit traffic at intermediate nodes represents a defining characteristic for classification.  ...  Optical-bypass operation has then become the de facto approach adopted by the majority of carriers in both metro and backbone networks in the last two decades and has remained basically unchanged.  ...  Indeed, the currently deployed optical transport networks underpinning the majority of Internet traffic transmission will be facing capacity crunch under such rapid traffic rise and this necessitate for  ... 
arXiv:2204.11920v2 fatcat:qva25tix4zhtrfq764w3kvdw2e

Underground Cities : Sustainable Urbanism of the Future

2019 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
Today nearly 70% of the world live in urban areas and in the next 20 years two billion more people are expected to move to the cities.  ...  Underground areas are less susceptible to external influences and have the ability to better withstand natural catastrophes and hence can be sustainable solution for an unpredictable future.  ...  In the coming years the Underground planwill be used for constructing 200 subterranean structures which will comprise both metro lines as well as road networkswhich will connect to the transportation network  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.b1147.0882s819 fatcat:6r5e6f4zrvfinh24xcm6yxn3t4

Transformation Through Sustainable Qualification: A Sustainable Railway Neighbourhood in Ramses Area

Gehan Ahmed Nagy Radwan, Manal M.F. El-Shahat
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
A new planning vision is needed to assure a sustainable way of life. Hence, this paper attempts to adapt the sustainable urban development policies applied in ourhood in Downtown Cairo.  ...  It also attempt to set guideline strategies for a sustainable urban neighbourhood prototype in Cairo.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to express our gratitude to Ahmed Abd El-Aziz, (HTI) for photographing the site area, Eng. Omar Wanas (IUSD) for his assistance in language revision, and Eng.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.12.243 fatcat:6xyvfjzw2rhv7plf5chs4rffw4

OPEUS D7.1 - Outlook of Mainline, Regional and Urban Rail Energy Usage

Partner-UIC
2019 Zenodo  
Compliance with the target can be appreciated. Drivers allowing energy efficiency improvement were explored.  ...  This report has been prepared as Deliverable D7.1 "Outlook of Mainline, Regional and Urban Rail Energy Usage" in the framework of the EU co-funded, specifically relating to WP7, Task 7.1 "Outlook of mainline  ...  In Tokyo metro a pilot project was conducted in 2013 to study the possibility of running the metro with an onboard battery in emergency situation like earth quake.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3939202 fatcat:ek5ugsrq2fb7tm44ctwca6rxmu

Safety Related Challenges when Designing Sustainable Cities

Göran Nygren, Björn Yndemark, Johan Lundin
2019 International Journal of Applied Science  
The transition towards sustainable city planning is challenging from many perspectives, e.g. the speed of development towards fossil free fuels and updating of regulations for controlling risk in the transport  ...  This paper presents challenges, experiences and results in connection with the analysis of the risks associated with an underground bus terminal operated with gas-powered buses.  ...  Parts of the gas's compressive energy are transferred to motion energy on to the fragments, creating projectiles that can be transported long ways, hence create significant damage all objects the fragments  ... 
doi:10.30560/ijas.v2n3p25 fatcat:lfhe3kxbb5g2rkdiql6oyzuxbm

Cloud, Edge, and Mobile Computing for Smart Cities [chapter]

Qian Liu, Juan Gu, Jingchao Yang, Yun Li, Dexuan Sha, Mengchao Xu, Ishan Shams, Manzhu Yu, Chaowei Yang
2021 The Urban Book Series  
AbstractSmart cities evolve rapidly along with the technical advances in wireless and sensor networks, information science, and human–computer interactions.  ...  Edge computing allows data produced by in-situ devices to be processed and analyzed at the edge of the network, reducing the data traffic to the central repository and processing engine (data center or  ...  The transportation network is modeled as a directed graph which includes transit routes and stop facilities of buses and metro networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-15-8983-6_41 fatcat:thaaxsdzzfgfzjmjos7zbsjrqq

Refurbishment Model for Qatari Neighborhoods

Soud K. Al-Thani
2019 Sustainability in Environment  
This study is expectedto influence decision makers in Qatar to pay the required attention to the enhancement ofneighborhood sustainability and livability.  ...  Present a model that remedies root causes of sustainability and livability issues as they are not tackledin Qatar's current urban development plans with relation to the most basic unit of urbanism: theneighborhood  ...  Evidently, much to the inconvenience of neighborhood residents, the Doha metro network was not envisioned to do away with the culture of private vehicle transportation in Qatar.  ... 
doi:10.22158/se.v4n4p211 fatcat:avjtruk2yzfdrbdoziwmf3h56e

How to Enhance the Future of Urban Environments Through Smart Sustainable Urban Infrastructures?

Mazin Al-Saffar, Afrah Bathsha, Ching-Hsing Chang, Hui Ge, Xiaowen Huang, Kaiwen Shi, Yan Lu, Zhiyuan Peng, Wenyan Sun, Heying Wang, Ruoying Wang, Wei Zhou (+5 others)
2019 Disegnare con  
The result of this research will lead to creating a platform to resolve the conflicting values of architectural heritage and smart cities principles, sourcing new sustainable technologies and the integration  ...  In this context, the case study area of this paper will be El Raval district, which is in a medieval quarter of Barcelona.  ...  This might lead to developments in traffic congestion, environmental performance, accessibility, safety, network management, convenience and public perception.  ... 
doaj:0b5e7f9f7bae41dbb6fa1c30eb5f5432 fatcat:f43mtjqhyvgwrp33bpib6kmp3a

Towards converged, collaborative and co-automatic (3C) optical networks

Yuefeng Ji, Jiawei Zhang, Xin Wang, Hao Yu
2018 Science China Information Sciences  
the vision of "all things connected with networks".  ...  In this paper, we focus on the collaboration between optical networks with other techniques, mainly discuss four representative aspects, which are "optical plus IP", "optical plus radio", "optical plus  ...  With the further evolution of the 5G transport network architecture, the transport network in the future will be further divided into three parts: fronthaul, mid-haul and backhaul.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11432-018-9551-8 fatcat:vu5dj7mh3ve4xoh2g3kxnhdaha

Overview of Urban Mobility in Smart Cities

Alessandro Pelópidas Ferreira de Queiroz, Djalma Silva Guimarães Júnior, Ademir Macedo Nascimento, Fagner José Coutinho de Melo
2021 Research, Society and Development  
In fact, the results of the installation of technological instruments to collect data in cities and the interconnectedness of information enable the creation of intelligent service delivery models with  ...  This study aims to obtain information on the most expressive intelligent mobility systems implemented in the main cities of the world, analyze the data and discuss their effects in favor of improving the  ...  New York is the most populous city in the USA, and like any city of its size, it faces traffic problems.  ... 
doi:10.33448/rsd-v10i9.17830 fatcat:d5z7lw64qvdtfok7l7tq464dum

Technology and architecture to enable the explosive growth of the internet

Adel Saleh, Jane Simmons
2011 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Network capabilities, specifically transmission and routing/switching capabilities, will need to keep pace with the traffic in order for steady Internet growth to be sustained.  ...  effectively decrease the traffic burden on the network.  ...  This implies that efficient packing in the edge networks (i.e., regional and metro-core networks) can be used to offload much of the burden of the core IP routers, a paradigm that was discussed in [18  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2011.5681026 fatcat:w63j7xblsnchlib5du2y2gvm2y

Latency-Aware CU Placement/Handover in Dynamic WDM Access-Aggregation Networks

Francesco Musumeci, Omran Ayoub, Monica Magoni, Massimo Tornatore
2019 Journal of Optical Communications and Networking  
Centralized Radio Access Networks (C-RANs) have been recently proposed to cope with the unprecedented requirements of future 5G services, in terms of network capacity, latency, service availability, and  ...  Hence, due to the highly-dynamic nature of mobile traffic, a proper placement of CUs in the optical access-aggregation network should adapt to spatio/temporal traffic variation, while maintaining a high  ...  Considering the expected explosion of 5G traffic and massive deployment of small-cells [3] , the aggressive RRH-BBU separation in the original C-RAN architecture is expected to face serious scalability  ... 
doi:10.1364/jocn.11.000b71 fatcat:sojdla4vhrgpdamwjpijdoubnq
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