Informacijsko-upravljački sustav u integralnom i multimodalnom transportu
Information management Systems have in their former relatively short period of application furnished amazing results in coordination efforts and efficiency of all subjects in a transportation chain particularly in the area of integrated and multi-modal transport aspects i.e. in big industrial hubs where all traffic aspects coexist and intersect. In a special review this paper deals with an exceptional role of information sy stems in rail/road transport (piggy-back) in port/forwarding activities and sea transport. Priority is assigned to optimal algorithms of control/management by means of computer data processing with feedback loops i.e. by means of BASE III Plus electronic computer with optimal algorithms from the software package to be further developed place the piggy-back transport aspect.
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