European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems

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ISSN / EISSN : 2657-4217 / 2657-4225
Current Publisher: RS Global Sp. z O.O. (10.31435)
Total articles ≅ 8

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European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ejits

Ларченко М. О.
European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems pp 20-25; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ejits/31072019/6579

The article outlines the main provisions of the new concept of organization of passenger transport. The changes necessary for its implementation are proposed in the legal and regulatory framework. In particular, within the framework of the concept we are proposed: 1) the payment of the use of city infrastructure for carriers, determining the parameters and conditions that the city should provide for these funds; 2) the individualization of the business of transportation, the transition from hired labor to individual entrepreneurship; 3) organization of routes and schedules of traffic on applications of carriers; 4) rating of carriers according to open parameters, starting and dynamic ratings; 5) liability insurance of the carrier to the passengers for the fulfillment of the terms of the contract for the carriage, the responsibility of the vehicle owner to the carrier for the technical serviceability of vehicles, the responsibility of the carrier to the owner (manager) of the vehicle in accordance with the conditions of operation of the vehicle; 6) motivation of carriers for self-control using advanced technical means; 7) motivating carriers to provide additional services to the city (for example, monitoring the state of the carriageway, mobile video surveillance for security structures, etc.).
Алиева Улькар H.
European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems pp 16-19; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ejits/31072019/6578

In the article "Sustainable Transport Policy", provided information about the transport policy implemented in the Republic of Azerbaijan, especially in Baku city after gaining independence. The problems in the transport system and ways of solving the problems, as well as mutual relations with international organizations are discussed. The impact of road transport on ecology is investigated and relevant recommendations are given to reduce the negative impact on the environment.
Olena Nykyforuk, Olga Stasyuk, Larysa Chmyrova, Natalia Fedyaj
European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems pp 3-12; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ejits/31072019/6576

The review of existing approaches to determining the systems that describe both the processes of economic sectors digitalisation and the ITS introduction in transport sector has underpinned the development and presentation of this approach to determining the digital transformation indicators in transport sector. Current stage of digital technology development is calling for defining and grouping the blocks, systems, subsystems filling them with appropriate indicators. The approach proposed defines the functional architecture of the digital transformations comprised of 3 blocks, 5 key systems of indicators and 18 subsystems representing both modern and envisaged transformation processes for digitalisation in transport with the view of ensuring their success in the future. This Article establishes and selects transport sector digital transformation indicators enabling the monitoring of transformation developments, holding assessments of digital transformations in progress that would constitute a basis for decision-making on ensuring the success for digital transformations in the transport industry.
Сайтов Кадамбай Гелдибаевич, Абдужабаров Нуриддин Анварович
European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems pp 31-34; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ejits/31072019/6581

In this article describes some of the features of the legal and regulatory issues of importation, registration and operation of UAVs by the state aviation authorities. In particular, we present examples of regulation in the European Union, USA, Russia, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Also gives some recommendations and conclusions on the improvement of the regulatory and technical documentation, as well as streamlining the process of preparation and training UAV operators.
Tulaganova Shirin
European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems pp 13-15; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ejits/31072019/6577

It's hard to imagine any country which operates well organized foreign trade without logistics opportunities. Either an experienced entrepreneur or a startup owner in business field, they both have to provide quality services at as a low cost as possible. Because Logistics means, first of all, customer satisfaction. Clients should be informed 24/7 a day about the status of their order. Uzbekistan is twice closed, that is, one of the two countries in the world that have access to the ocean through the territory of two neighboring countries. The most important factor of the attractive geostrategic position of Uzbekistan is the availability of a developed system of transport communications, which practically satisfies the internal transportation needs. The Republic has the highest density of networks of railways and highways in Central Asia. Nevertheless, logistics services are relatively hard and expensive since Uzbekistan has no access to the sea and is far removed from the dominating global markets.
Т. С. Мельник
European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems pp 39-44; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ejits/31072019/6583

Purpose. The work is devotes to the definition of the prerequisites, the rationale and the formation of a new marketing research concept for rail passenger traffic, which is the holistic management of the consumer value of services for passengers. Research methodology. To achieve the goal of the work, a critical analysis was made of the existing marketing research methodology, carried out in compliance with the general basic principles, at certain stages, using common methods, and the practical significance of these studies for the management of the national railway. Systems analysis allowed to identify the main problems of Ukraine’s railway passenger transport of a practical nature and to identify unresolved aspects of a scientific task. Results. The lack of effectiveness of the existing long-distance passenger transport management was notes. It is proves that the demand for rail passenger transportation in longdistance traffic is an extremely complex socio-economic phenomenon, the study of which requires a special approach. The essence of consumer value as a complex structure is analyzes, its features are highlights, which proves its heterogeneity for different services and consumer segments. It is shows that the existing methods for determining consumer value do not provide an opportunity to correctly establish its value, effectively manage it and are not properly adapted to the services of long-distance railway passenger transport. The need for the development of a marketing research methodology based on the holistic management of the consumer value of passenger services has been substantiate. Scientific novelty. Introduced the concept of holistic management of consumer value, revealed its essence and differences from the integrated management. The development of the marketing research methodology is gives in terms of the fundamental principles - general and specific, which are necessary for the implementation of the new concept of holistic management of the consumer value of services. Practical significance. Taking into account the specifics of passenger transportation services by long distance rail transport, the stages of determining the use value of services of this type of transportation were develops on the basis of the proposed concept of holistic management of it, which should increase the soundness and effectiveness of management decisions in the passenger rail transport sector of Ukraine.
Прокудін Г. С., Чупайленко О. А., Прокудін О. Г., Дудник О. С., Пилипенко Ю. В.
European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems pp 26-30; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ejits/31072019/6580

The model of complex transportations in the transport system is developed, which makes it possible to systematically approach the problem of optimization of international transport of non-homogeneous cargoes under the combined scheme of the use of various types of transport (automobile, water and railway) taking into account the whole spectrum of restrictions that exist in systems of this kind. The program complex for the optimization of international freight transport on the transport system of Ukraine and Western Europe, which is based on the model of management of multimodal freight traffic in international traffic, takes into account the throughput of transport nodes and communications of transport systems, and also can solve transport problems in the event of imbalance of volumes of transportation of heterogeneous cargoes.
Саньков Петр Николаевич, Кислица Лина Викторовна, Капшук Ольга Анатольевна
European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems pp 35-38; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ejits/31072019/6582

The purpose of the study was to analyze the city of Dnepr for the suitability of movement of people with limited mobility. The need to create an accessible environment for the movement of people with disabilities and people with limited mobility. The main problem faced by these people is the inaccessibility of the living environment, namely, education, employment and communication. Considered the central streets of the city. Movement problems on footpaths and entrances to buildings were identified. The basic requirements for footpaths and their adaptation to people with limited mobility are given. Proposed solutions to the problems of communication for people with disabilities. The need to comply with the requirements of building codes for functional planning elements of buildings, and especially of communication between them.
Альошинський Є. С., Примаченко Г. О.
European Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems pp 30-35; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ejits/30112018/6221

One of the most promising directions of solving the satisfying constantly growing problem of Ukrainians residents tourist, business and migration activity is the diversification of the rail transport activity in the international passenger transportation market. In the conducted studies, the analysis of possible variants of passenger transportation logistics from Eastern Ukraine (in particular from Kharkiv) to Krakow was made. For comparison, seven possible variants of transportation and a new project solution (direct passenger train Kharkiv - Kiev - Lviv - Mostiska II - Krakow with the perspective of continuation of the route to Prague or Vienna) is selected. Based on the SWOT analysis, as well as marketing and logistics research on project variants, it has been proved that the proposed direct rail rout between Kharkiv and Krakow can compete on an equal footing with existing variants of transport.
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