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Tag Archives: passenger transport
Board games help improve self-driving buses
Serious Games are games created primarily for a purpose other than entertainment. The CATAPULT research project uses board games and maps to rethink self-driving vehicles and the future of public transport. The games provide interesting insights, according to the first Swedish test participants...
Posted in Intelligent Transport Systems, Passenger Transport, Traffic and Traffic Control Tagged autonomous buses, board games, mobility, passenger transport, self-driving buses, self-driving vehicles Comments Off on Board games help improve self-driving buses
Research on passenger and freight transport research
Shift2Rail is a European railway project that works actively to create innovations within the railway sector. IMPACT-2 is a project within Shift2Rail that follows and evaluates the innovation projects. How are the innovations coming along? Are they beneficial to society? The coordinator for...
Posted in Freight Transport, Passenger Transport Tagged freight transport, IMPACT-2, passenger transport, Shift2Rail Comments Off on Research on passenger and freight transport research
Fatigue a Problem in the Transport Sector
29 per cent of a sample of Norwegian transport operators report at least one episode of sleeping or nodding off while operating in the course of a three-month period. Based on retrospective ratings of the most recent operating period, alertness is found to decrease rapidly towards the final hour of...
Posted in Human Behaviour and Attitudes, Passenger Transport, Safety Tagged fatigue, operators, passenger transport, safety, sleepiness Comments Off on Fatigue a Problem in the Transport Sector