The increasing growing need for optimization of transportation in a sustainable and green environment is fundamental for the future of mobility. Companies, governments, and non-governmental institutions are trying to find new ways to contribute to this challenge. In particular, the approach is to improve the efficiency and the quality of the movement of diversification of an integrated way of transportation of people and goods. Many people may need to be at some location at some point in time, or many goods may need to be transported to nearby destinations with the same packaging conditions. The main goal of this Special Issue was to integrate the most recent advances in transportation that connect the hybrid point of view. In particular, key contributions integrate several interesting topics related to earning algorithms for the integration of passengers and goods, gamification techniques, semantic data, blockchain, and edge computing. Other topics in urban mobility, railway, and highways were considered, and hot topics on shared autonomous vehicles (SAVs) brought huge value. Moreover, the Internet of Things (IoT) opens the doors for new development in Vehicle to Everything (V2X), which are crucial for the development of new services that generate business and social impact in the future of a diversified way of the integration of passengers and goods mobility.

Guest Editorial Diversification in Urban Transportation Systems and Beyond: Integrating People and Goods for the Future of Mobility / Bucchiarone, Antonio; Battisti, Sandro; Dias, Teresa Galvao; Feldman, Philip. - In: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS. - ISSN 1524-9050. - STAMPA. - 22:4(2021), pp. 2008-2012. [10.1109/TITS.2021.3067410]

Guest Editorial Diversification in Urban Transportation Systems and Beyond: Integrating People and Goods for the Future of Mobility

Bucchiarone, Antonio;
2021-01-01

Abstract

The increasing growing need for optimization of transportation in a sustainable and green environment is fundamental for the future of mobility. Companies, governments, and non-governmental institutions are trying to find new ways to contribute to this challenge. In particular, the approach is to improve the efficiency and the quality of the movement of diversification of an integrated way of transportation of people and goods. Many people may need to be at some location at some point in time, or many goods may need to be transported to nearby destinations with the same packaging conditions. The main goal of this Special Issue was to integrate the most recent advances in transportation that connect the hybrid point of view. In particular, key contributions integrate several interesting topics related to earning algorithms for the integration of passengers and goods, gamification techniques, semantic data, blockchain, and edge computing. Other topics in urban mobility, railway, and highways were considered, and hot topics on shared autonomous vehicles (SAVs) brought huge value. Moreover, the Internet of Things (IoT) opens the doors for new development in Vehicle to Everything (V2X), which are crucial for the development of new services that generate business and social impact in the future of a diversified way of the integration of passengers and goods mobility.
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Bucchiarone, Antonio; Battisti, Sandro; Dias, Teresa Galvao; Feldman, Philip
Guest Editorial Diversification in Urban Transportation Systems and Beyond: Integrating People and Goods for the Future of Mobility / Bucchiarone, Antonio; Battisti, Sandro; Dias, Teresa Galvao; Feldman, Philip. - In: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS. - ISSN 1524-9050. - STAMPA. - 22:4(2021), pp. 2008-2012. [10.1109/TITS.2021.3067410]
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