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Reduction of CO2 Emissions from Road Transport in Cities

Impact of Dynamic Route Guidance System on Greenhouse Gas Emission

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About this book

Introduction

    Michal Markiewicz presents the outcomes of his research regarding the influence of dynamic route guidance system on overall emission of carbon dioxide from road transport in rural areas. Sustainable transportation in smart cities is a big challenge of our time, but before electric vehicles replace vehicles that burn fossil fuels we have to think about traffic optimization methods that reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions. 


    Contents


    Comparison of Travel Time Measurements Using Floating Car Data and Intelligent Infrastructure

    Integration of Cellular Automata Traffic Simulator with CO2 Emission Model

    Impact of Dynamic Route Guidance System on CO2 Emission

    Naxos Vehicular Traffic Simulator

    Target Groups


    Lecturers and students of computer science, transportation and logistics

    Traffic engineers

    The Author

    Dr. Michal Markiewicz defended his PhD thesis in computer science at the University of Bremen,TZI Technologie-Zentrum Informatik und Informationstechnik, Germany. Currently, he is working on commercialization of his inventions.


Keywords

Green transport Carbon dioxide emission reduction Cellular automata traffic model Traffic simulation Dynamic route guidance systems Umweltfreundliche Transportmöglichkeiten Dynamische Navigationssysteme Zelluläres Automaten-Verkehrsmodell Verringerung des Kohlenstoffdioxid-Ausstoßes Verkehrssimulation

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.BremenGermany

About the authors

Dr. Michal Markiewicz defended his PhD thesis in computer science at the University of Bremen,TZI Technologie-Zentrum Informatik und Informationstechnik, Germany. Currently, he is working on commercialization of his inventions.

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