Friday , September 21 2018

Solutions for Finding the Optimum Route between Two Urban Locations Using Public or Private Transport or Pedestrian Movement

Gabriela Rodica HRIN, Lucian Emanuel ANGHEL, Mihaela TOMESCU, Iuliana ILIESCU, Daniel SAVU
National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics – ICI Bucharest

Abstract: TRANSASIST is an intelligent system for the management of circulations in urban environment, based on modern information and communication technologies at European standards level. The system manages different types of information regarding the urban transport and integrates GIS environment for work with vectorial digital maps, multimedia techniques, solutions for complex data acquisition and wireless communication technologies. TRANSASIST is a dynamic system that allows on-line information and management of complex data structures regarding the urban road transport infrastructure and characteristics. In the TRANSASIST system development, a modern approach based on UML technology has been used. TRANSASIST helps citizens to travel across urban areas by finding the best route between two points offering solutions for public transport, private transport and pedestrian movement.

Keywords: Intelligent management system, urban transport, wireless communication technologies.

Gabriela Rodica Hrin, PhD engineer mathematician, is General Director of the National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics – ICI Bucharest. Her main areas of research interests are: complex information system management, open system architectures, information system reengineering, information system analysis, information system design. She is author and co-author of 25 books and over 140 articles.

Lucian Emanuel Anghel, post-graduate engineer, is Chief of the Information Resource Management Compartment from the National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics – ICI Bucharest. His main areas of research interests are: open system architectures, open standards, information system design, software development. He is co-author of 7 books and over 10 articles.

Mihaela Tomescu, engineer, is employed in the International Cooperation Compartment from the National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics – ICI Bucharest. Her main areas of research interests are: information system analysis, information system testing, information system evaluation, quality assurance. She is co-author of 4 books and over 10 articles.

Iuliana Iliescu (Neacşu), assistant programmer, is employed in the Information Resource Management Compartment from the National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics – ICI Bucharest. Her main areas of research interests are: elaboration of analysis, elaboration of technical and financial documentations, elaboration of software and information system presentations, project director assistant. She is co-author of 3 books and over 4 articles.

Daniel Savu, programmer, is employed in the Information Resource Management Compartment from the National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics – ICI Bucharest. His main areas of research interests are: elaboration of studies, elaboration of technical specifications for information systems, software and system testing. He is co-author of 3 books and over 6 articles.

[/one_half]

>>Full text
CITE THIS PAPER AS:
Gabriela Rodica HRIN, Lucian Emanuel ANGHEL, Mihaela TOMESCU, Iuliana ILIESCU, Daniel SAVU, Solutions for Finding the Optimum Route between Two Urban Locations Using Public or Private Transport or Pedestrian Movement, Studies in Informatics and Control, ISSN 1220-1766, vol. 17 (4), pp. 353-360, 2008.