kumoh national institute of technology
Networked Systems Lab.

A. Moallim, M. Rusaydi, and Dong-Seong Kim, "Smart Demand Responsive Transport System and Integration into Conventional Public Transport", Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, Print ISSN: 1547-2450 Online ISSN: 1547-2442, 2018
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Date : 2018-10-04
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Abstract—Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) is an intermediate form of public transport, a service that lies somewhere between regular bus and personalized taxi, which provides on demand transport to commuters using a fleet of vehicles operating in shared-ride mode between pick-up and drop-off locations. However, a range of technological, social, market, economic and institutional barriers has prevented its widespread adoption.Thevehicleroutingproblemassociatedwiththiskindof systemsisclassifiedasDial-a-Ride-Problem(DARP).Thepurpose ofthisworkisthedevelopmentofsmartDRTsystemwhichsolves this problem wherein Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, dynamic bus trip scheduling, and routing to cloud computing have been applied. A simulator running on the cloud analyzes the viability of the implementation of this system for the city of of Gumi in Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea. To evaluatetheproposedsystem,ithasbeencomparedtothecurrent conventional public transport system implemented in this city, analyzing different parameters related to quality of service.
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