Examinando por Materia "Intelligent transport systems"
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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoEvolución de los sistemas inteligentes de transporte y actualidad en Colombia(2019) Ochoa Borja, Carlos Alberto; Meneses Benavides, Gustavo AdolfoThe aim of this document is to present a review of the historical development of intelligent transportation systems. From the days of the Egyptian Pharaohs and the Roman legions where the roads were decisive for communication and economy, later with the industrial revolution came improvements in the construction of roads, railways and airplanes; Then we find the evolution of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) in the USA, Japan and Europe. The identified papers and technologies are crucial to assess the development of the past and present time. Today, in the information age, there is a search for the global economic efficiency, governed by environmental concerns, economic alliances and trade agreements. In this work we have also a description of SIT components such as GPS, maps, route planning, sensors, communications, transport control and traffic in its general scope, including the solution of problems such as accidents, environmental pollution and traffic congestion
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoInterfaz multimodal para un sistema de asistencia a la conducción (ComVIDAS)(Universidad de San Buenaventura - Cali, 2017) Torres Buitrago, Juan Pablo; Londoño Arango, Richard Fabian; Peñeñory Beltrán, Victor Manuel; Hurtado Banguero, Andrés FelipeTraffic accidents are one of the main reasons drivers and pedestrians deceases around the world. It has motivated the rise of driver assistance systems, which aims to notifying about possible risks on the road. However, such systems’ interfaces are commonly designed without taking into account aspects contributing to driver distraction. For this reason, the Project “Driver Assistance System using Computer Vision” (ComVidas) considers the design and development of a system that identifies potentially dangerous conditions, in order to properly reporting them to drivers. The proposed interface in this paper, incorporates principles and guidelines of usability, accessibility and ergonomics design, meeting aspects of effectiveness, safety and driver comfort.