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Intelligent mobility: A model for assessing the safety of children traveling to school on a school bus with the use of intelligent bus stops
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Online publication date: 2022-10-03
Publication date: 2022-10-03
Eksploatacja i Niezawodność – Maintenance and Reliability 2022;24(4):695-706
  • An analysis of the literature in the area of children travel to/from school was made
  • The research procedure for children's travel with the use of IoT was developed
  • An original model for the assessment of the children's mobility system was developed
  • The developed model was verified on the real example of a children's travel system
The aim of the article is to develop a model for assessing the safety of children’s travel. Safety is the most important indicator describing the mobility system of children, even more important than the costs of operating it. Due to the dynamic development of intelligent solutions, it is possible to undertake additional activities supporting the improvement of children’s safety when traveling to and from school. However, their implementation requires an adequate assessment of a children’s mobility system. Currently, there are no solutions that could comprehensively support the decision-making process in this sphere. The article presents the issues of children’s mobility, a literature review in this area, mathematical model for assessing school bus travel, and a computational example. The presented approach is an original solution allowing for evaluation of the existing systems and their development scenarios. In addition, it enables the comparison of children mobility systems of different complexity and scale
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