By Ifac, Ifip, Ifors Conference on Control in Transportation Systems 1986, M. M. Etschmaier, T. Hasegawa, Robert Genser, H. Strobel, R. Genser
This quantity investigates advancements in, and administration of, transportation platforms, destiny developments and what results those may have on society. The booklet experiences transportation structures making plans; site visitors difficulties and the problem of conservation; using logistics, and the position of pcs and robotics in site visitors keep watch over
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An optimal number ( 2 . 2 a ) Speed and Lane Use of cars entering the freeway per unit time, (cf. Fig. 3 . 5 x r H 2000- * providing drivers with information on Serious congestion: stop-and-go driving regime traffic conditions and emergency situat- Highly reduced throughput nnd pcods of traffic flow. , accidents in the direction The implementation of the speed and lane 1500H control systems requires the corresponding 1000 part of the freeway to be divided into certain sections, and changeable road signs 500 H and traffic detectors to be installed at the section boundaries.
6: tes that a stop-and-go driving regime according to state point Ε in Fig. 5 leads to dramatic increase of energy consumption and air pollution as well as of the acci- Relations between traffic flow states, engergy consumption, air pollution, and traffic safety (o-o Congestion, -ι - π Optimal operation range, Δ Free flow) dent risk. Therefore, the aim of a ramp metering system is to maintain traffic demand along all parts of the freeway below can be selected. This control c o n c e p t the critical levels by means of traffic be applied in a slightly modified version lights at the entrance ramps.
4. This concept assumes that the driver puts 2. The stationary control system transmits a code number characterizing his desired the following to the individual drivers destination into a keyboard installed in- via onboard audio and/or visual displays: side the vehicle. As the driver s car ap- * information on recommended driving proaches certain decision points, in the routes * driving information such as advance in 1 form of freeway off-ramps and important intersections, the onboard microcomputer information concerning speed limits, transmits the stored code number via a ve- stop signs, and other regulations hicle antenna and a loop antenna embedded * emergency information regarding accidents, fires, earthquakes etc.