Transportation Cyber-Physical Systems provides current and future researchers, developers and practitioners with the latest thinking on the emerging interdisciplinary field of Transportation Cyber Physical Systems (TCPS). The book focuses on enhancing efficiency, reducing environmental stress, and meeting societal demands across the continually growing air, water and land transportation needs of both people and goods. Users will find a valuable resource that helps accelerate the research and development of transportation and mobility CPS-driven innovation for the security, reliability and stability of society at-large. The book integrates ideas from Transport and CPS experts and visionaries, consolidating the latest thinking on the topic.
As cars, traffic lights and the built environment are becoming connected and augmented with embedded intelligence, it is important to understand how smart ecosystems that encompass hardware, software, and physical components can help sense the changing state of the real world.
- Bridges the gap between the transportation, CPS and civil engineering communities
- Includes numerous examples of practical applications that show how diverse technologies and topics are integrated in practice
- Examines timely, state-of-the-art topics, such as big data analytics, privacy, cybersecurity and smart cities
- Shows how TCPS can be developed and deployed, along with its associated challenges
- Includes pedagogical aids, such as Illustrations of application scenarios, architecture details, tables describing available methods and tools, chapter objectives, and a glossary
- Contains international contributions from academia, government and industry
Transportation, computer science, urban planning, and engineering graduate students and researchers in Intelligent Transportation Systems. Transportation, ITS, CPS, and civil engineers
1. Transportation Cyber Physical System and its Importance for Future Mobility
2. Architecture of TCPS
3. Collaborative Modelling and Co-Simulation for Transportation Cyber-Physical Systems
4. Real-Time Control Systems
5. TCPS Security and Privacy
6. Infrastructure for Transportation Cyber Physical Systems
7. Data Management Issues in Cyber-Physical Systems
8. Human Factors in Transportation Cyber-Physical Systems
9. TCPS as a specialised education stream
10. Research Challenges and Transatlantic Collaboration on TCPS
11. Future of TCPS – Smart Cities/Regions
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- © Elsevier 2018
- 31st July 2018
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Lipika Deka is Assistant Professor of Computer Science, member of the Interdisciplinary Group in Intelligent Transport Systems, and PI on the Intelligent Mobility Partnership Competence Centre of Excellence at De Montfort University. She is a former Research Fellow for the European Union’s project on Trans-Atlantic Modelling and Simulation for Cyber-Physical Systems. Her research within Intelligent Transportation Systems is in map-matching, navigation and collision detection, and path-planning for autonomous vehicles.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Montfort University, UK
Mashrur Chowdhury is the Eugene Douglas Mays Professor of Transportation in the Glenn Department of Civil Engineering at Clemson University. He is a Co-Director of the Complex Systems, Analytics and Visualization Institute (CSAVI) at Clemson. His research primarily focuses on connected and automated vehicle technologies, with an emphasis on their integration within smart cities. He works actively in collaborative transportation-focused Cyber-Physical System (CPS) research and education efforts with many industry leaders. He has received both national and international recognitions for his work on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and Connected Vehicle Technology. He previously served as an elected member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) ITS Society Board of Governors, and is currently a senior member of the IEEE. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and an alumnus of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Frontiers of Engineering program. Dr. Chowdhury is a member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications, and the TRB Committee on Intelligent Transportation Systems. He is an editor of the IEEE Transactions on ITS and Journal of ITS, and an Editorial Board member of three other journals.
Eugene Douglas Mays Professor of Transportation, Clemson University, USA