Control Room Operations In-Depth Focus 2018
From traffic management to city modelling, transport operations rely on control rooms to deliver safe and efficient urban transport services on a daily basis. Here, find out what the future of control room technology could be like, how Russia planned and managed transport for one of the world’s largest sporting events, and how London’s DLR runs optimally for users every day.
In this issue:
- The future of mobility management
Professor Sidharta Gautama (Ghent University) has been shaping intelligent systems and smart towns for years. Alongside his ‘living labs’ research with i-KNOW, and together with the Ghent TMaaS (Traffic Management as a Service) project, Professor Gautama is working on the construction of an innovative system that will enable government authorities and towns to develop a mobility vision tailored to the needs of their citizens, but what are the consequences for mobility management in the future?
- Russia’s World Cup transport legacy
In the summer of 2018, 11 Russian cities played host to the FIFA World Cup. For Intelligent Transport, Konstantin Trofimenko of the National Research University Higher School of Economics in Moscow reflects on the process of organising transport and management centres for the event, and the subsequent consequences for the transport systems of the host cities.
- On the right track
Marcus Jones, Service Delivery Director at KeolisAmey Docklands, argues that the future of control room technology relies on the integration of control room and passenger.
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