Intelligent Control System in String Transport

Intelligent Control System in String Transport

26 April 2022

Any string transport complex is a composite system with an almost infinite life cycle. Depending on external and internal conditions, tasks to be solved, and other factors, it may be composed of many components such as various electric vehicles, overpass track structure, security systems, multi-purpose infrastructure (transport, information, energy), etc. Hence, the transport complex is to operate in a highly loaded intensive mode, serve major passenger and cargo flows, operate in a variety of climate zones and a wide range of environmental conditions. When in the operation (even within a day), the transport complex can quite dynamically change its composition and configuration. Its structure and composition can keep continuously optimizing. Components for various reasons can be excluded from the complex, replaced with new ones, change their functionality and modes of operation.

And so, for efficient and safe control of the transport complex, it is completed with intelligent control system (ICS). Depending on the structure of the transport complex, its parameters, characteristics and purpose, the ICS composition may vary along with the tasks it solves.

The communication of the vehicles with other members of the transport complex can be implemented via high-speed wireless channel provided by a system of base stations located on its members. To solve the above tasks, the control system must have sufficient, accurate and up-to-date information on the state of all components of the complex, i.e., possess the features and functionality (cybernetic models) of real objects. As a database, electronic licences can be used as part of cybernetic models of real objects.

You can read the details on the above in an article of the technology developer’s Sharjah branch. We can conclude that the task of introducing e-licences and creating a specialized automated system is relevant, corresponds to global trends, and may be categorized as innovative. The use of such a subsystem in string technologies is justified and expedient since at present the string transport is ready to shift from design and testing stage to mass production and open commercial sales on the international market.


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