Actual problems of development and implementation of automated managment system for urban passenger transport

Author(s):  A.V. Ponachugin, candidate of Sciences, associate Professor, Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University after K. Minin (Minin University),

V.A. Sokolov, candidate of Sciences, associate Professor, Institute of food technologies and design branch of Nizhny Novgorod state engineering-economic University of Knyaginino, Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia,

Issue:  Volume 45, №2

Rubric:  System analysis and processing of knowledge

Annotation:  The leading task of urban passenger transport enterprises is to meet the needs of passengers in the transporta-tion process. The creation of an automated transport management system makes it possible to increase the effi-ciency of transport management and the effectiveness of monitoring based on the well-functioning and devel-opment of the information and technological resources of the industry and the creation of a single information space for the transport complex. The methods of object-oriented analysis are used in the work to plan and im-plement the modernization process of the information system. The subject of the study is an automated control system for urban passenger transport. The object of the study are automated control systems used in the service sector. The author outlines the basic information on the use, operation and organization of the development of automated control systems, their subsystems, databases, automated workplaces in relation to the urban transport system. Particular attention is paid to the main characteristics of navigation systems, systems for au-tomated identification of objects and communication systems in road transport. Solutions are given to increase the efficiency of work with information resources of motor transport enterprises in the planning and monitor-ing of road transport. The novelty of the research is to apply a systematic approach to the design of an infor-mation system and to consider not only technological but also economic factors. The main conclusions are the aggregated performance indicators obtained when implementing the information management system on ur-ban passenger transport.

Keywords:  automated control system, urban transport, dispatching management, needs of passengers, means of communication, transport complex, traffic flow, functional segments, management efficiency.

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