MARINE NAVIGATION AND SAFETY OF SEA TRANSPORTATION - TRANSPORT SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES
|Author(s)||Adam Weintrit, Tomasz Neumann|
The contents of the book are partitioned into six parts: transportation (covering the chapters 1 through 4), information and computer systems in transport process (covering the chapters 5 through 11), maritime transport policy (covering the chapters 12 through 14), maritime law (covering the chapters 15 through 18), ships monitoring system; a decision support tool (covering the chapters 19 through 25), inland navigation (covering the chapters 26 through 30). Certainly, the subject relating to transport systems and processes may be seen from different perspectives and different branches. After an introducing to intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and monitoring systems, this book describes the contribution of navigation to land-based traffic management comprising, e.g. in-vehicle navigation systems and advisory routing systems. Besides, an overview of maritime, land and inland traffic management is given. The first part deals with transportation. The contents of the first part are partitioned into four chapters: The land trans-shipping terminal in processes flow stream individuals intermodal transportion. Modelling of traffic incidents in transport. Maritime transport single windows: issues and prospects and Fire Safety Assessment of Some Oxidizcrs in Sea Transport.
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