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ICTIS 2013

ICTIS 2013

Improving Multimodal Transportation Systems-Information, Safety, and Integration

Edited by Xinping Yan, Ph.D.; Ping Yi, Ph.D.; Dunyao Zhu, Ph.D.; and Liping Fu, Ph.D.


2013 / 2100 pp.



 
CD-Rom - In Stock
$195.00 List / $146.25ASCE Member
Stock No. 41303 / ISBN: 9780784413036


Description

Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Transportation Information and Safety (ICTIS), held in Wuhan, China, June 29-July 2, 2013. Sponsored and organized by Wuhan University of Technology; Transportation & Development Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers; China Communications and Transportation Association; and Canadian Society for Civil Engineering.

This collection contains more than 330 reviewed papers examining critical issues and opportunities in transportation information and safety that influence the sustained development of China’s transportation system. The systematic and multimodal application of information technologies and innovations to transportation safety management plays a crucial role in creating cost-effective, environmentally sound, and socially equitable transportation networks.

Topics include:

  • intelligent vehicles and vehicle safety technology
  • transportation safety and human factor engineering
  • traffic monitoring technology
  • traffic and transportation information processing
  • Internet of Things and transportation safety
  • navigation digitization and maritime informatization
  • shipping and ocean engineering safety
  • rail and air safety.

Practitioners, researchers, students, and policymakers around the world will find this collection to be a great source of information on current practices in China.

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