IHSI Conference will focus on advancing the theory and applications of artificial cognitive systems and human-artificial systems collaboration by adopting a hybrid-centered design approach that utilizes and expands on the current knowledge of human-centered design and intelligent systems supported by cognitive software and engineering, smart data analytics, large scale socioeconomic simulations, and next generation computer visualization. This interdisciplinary conference will also expand the boundaries of the current state-of-the-art by investigating the pervasive complexity that underlies the most profound problems facing contemporary society today. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by three independent referees from the International Editorial Board. Papers in the theoretical category should deal with theories, models, concepts, and structures; papers in the generic category should present research results of broad applicability; and papers in the applied category should show how research is translated into technological innovations for intelligent human-artificial systems collaboration.
Background[ edit ] Recent[ when? Many of the proposed ITS systems also involve surveillance of the roadways, which is a priority of homeland security.
Further, ITS can play a role in the rapid mass evacuation of people in urban centers after large casualty events such as a result of a natural disaster or threat.
Much of the infrastructure and planning involved with ITS parallels the need for homeland security systems. In the developing worldthe migration from rural to urbanized habitats has progressed differently. Many areas of the developing world have urbanised without significant motorisation and the formation of suburbs.
A small portion of the population can afford automobilesbut the automobiles greatly increase congestion in these multimodal transportation systems.
They also produce considerable air pollutionpose a significant safety risk, and exacerbate feelings of inequities in the society. High population density could be supported by a multimodal system of walking, bicycle transportation, motorcyclesbusesand trains.
Other parts of the developing world, such as ChinaIndia and Brazil remain largely rural but are rapidly urbanising and industrialising. In these areas a motorised infrastructure is being developed alongside motorisation of the population.
Great disparity of wealth means that only a fraction of the population can motorise, and therefore the highly dense multimodal transportation system for the poor is cross-cut by the highly motorised transportation system for the rich.
Intelligent transportation technologies[ edit ] Intelligent transport systems vary in technologies applied, from basic management systems such as car navigation ; traffic signal control systems; container management systems; variable message signs; automatic number plate recognition or speed cameras to monitor applications, such as security CCTV systems; and to more advanced applications that integrate live data and feedback from a number of other sources, such as parking guidance and information systems; weather information ; bridge de-icing US deicing systems; and the like.
Additionally, predictive techniques are being developed to allow advanced modelling and comparison with historical baseline data.
Some of these technologies are described in the following sections. Short-range communications of m can be accomplished using IEEE Theoretically, the range of these protocols can be extended using Mobile ad hoc networks or Mesh networking. Long-range communications using these methods are well established, but, unlike the short-range protocols, these methods require extensive and very expensive infrastructure deployment.
There is lack of consensus as to what business model should support this infrastructure. Computational technologies[ edit ] Recent advances in vehicle electronics have led to a move towards fewer, more capable computer processors on a vehicle.
The current trend is toward fewer, more costly microprocessor modules with hardware memory management and real-time operating systems. The new embedded system platforms allow for more sophisticated software applications to be implemented, including model-based process controlartificial intelligenceand ubiquitous computing.
Perhaps the most important of these for Intelligent Transportation Systems is artificial intelligence. Floating car data RFID E-ZPass reader attached to the pole and its antenna right used in traffic monitoring in New York City by using vehicle re-identification method "Floating car" or "probe" data collected other transport routes.SCOPE.
The purpose of the 5th International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems (VEHITS) is to bring together engineers, researchers and practitioners interested in the advances and applications in the field of Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transport Systems.
Optimal Control Theory in Intelligent Transportation Systems Research - A Review Optimal control; Intelligent transportation systems (ITS); Review; Research gap; Research trend Similar examples can be found in more ITS research papers [4, 5, 6].
Many research topics in ITS share the same. The Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems is devoted to scholarly research on the development, planning, management, operation and evaluation of intelligent transportation systems.
Intelligent transportation systems are innovative solutions that address contemporary transportation . IHSED Objective and Areas of Interest. You are cordially invited to participate in the 2nd International Conference on Human Systems Engineering and Design: Future Trends and Applications (IHSED ), Universität der Bundeswehr München, Munich, Germany September , IHSED Conference aims to provide a global forum for presenting and discussing novel design and systems.
The Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV’17) is a premier forum sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS). Researchers, engineers, practitioners, and students, from industry, universities and government agencies are invited to present their latest work and to discuss research and applications for Intelligent Vehicles and Vehicle-Infrastructure Cooperation.
Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) have been defined like “tomorrow’s technolo- gy, infrastructure, and services, as well as the planning, operation, and control methods to be used for the transportation of persons and freight” .