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Intelligent Car Transportation System: A Case Study on Cab Charge Australia Limited

1. Introduction

The research focuses on the study of cars that are implemented with new advanced technologies. The report analysis the transportation system of Australian cab organization–cab charge Australian limited.

1.1 Aim of research study

The primary aim of the research is to study the different technological tools implemented on the cars of cab charge Australian limited and to have complete analysis of the car transportation system of the organization. It also aims to have discussion about collision among cars of cab charge organization.

1.2 Objective of research study

  • To study the main reason behind the implementation of new technological tools in car transportation of cab charge organization.
  • To highlight the different tools utilized in the intelligent car systems.
  • To have in-depth analysis of technology implemented on the cars by the cab charge organization.
  • To study the importance of new technological and intelligent car system implemented by the organization.

1.3 Hypothesis

  • Implementation of new technology in the car systems is beneficial for cab charge Australian limited.
  • Implementation of new technology in the car systems is not beneficial for cab charge Australian limited.

2. Literature review

2.2 Car transportation system and different technology used in cab charge Australia Limited

In this context, Bazzan and Klügl (2015) commented that cars or transportation system of any country form an important assets for the development of the country. The main reason behind the implementation of new technology in car system by cab charge Australian limited is to avoid collision of cabs on the roads. With the help of this system, there becomes easy to locate the destination. Variety of information can be gathered using this system like the position  or the current location of the cab, direction to go through, parking etc. This system is connect with GPS (as per the requirement of the model or design of the car) that runs on wireless network and makes driving easy and smooth. It continuously notifies the user or driver about the direction in which the car is moving. Wireless tools, GPS device and sensor are the primary elements of this technologically intelligent car system.

2.3 Importance of Car transportation system in cab charge Australia Limited

As per the views of Davis et al. (2012), technology is implemented on car system because of collision of cabs. The cab charge Australian limited organization has also installed intelligent system in all car cabs so as to detect their position and keep a record of them. According to Ivan et al. (2013), a car remains one of the two moods at a particular time – standing or moving. So in order to trace the position of the car this system has been installed. On the other hand, technology dependency should be changed as per the change or advancement in the technology. Intelligent car transportation system helps to keep a record of all the cars of a company, trace their positions whether inside or outside the country, help to retrieve the information in case of any kind of theft and also avoid the chances of collision.

2.4 Summary

In this section the researcher has discussed about the importance of implementing technology in the car system and the reason behind such implementations by cab charge Australian limited.

3. Research methodology

3.1 Research approach

Top to bottom research method is used by the researcher for carrying out easy collection of the data.

3.2 Research design

It is the basis of whole research study on which the presentation of the research work is dependent. Descriptive and collaborative research design is implemented by the researcher.

3.3 Research philosophy

Research philosophy helps to collect information regarding the car transportation system which considers various theories, principles and assumptions.

3.4 Data collection

The procedure of collecting data has been accomplished via primary as well as secondary data collection method. Different sources has been considered for collecting useful and relevant information.

3.5 Sample Size

10 cab drivers and 10 office technical employees have been interviewed to conclude the report based on their viewpoints and experiences.

3.6 Research ethics

The research work has been completed while following all the ethical code of conducts.

3.7 Limitation

The major limitation is time and the limited information provided by the targeted audience.

References

Barth, M. and Todd, M. (2013). Intelligent transportation system architecture for a multi-station shared vehicle system.

Bazzan, A. and Klügl, F. (2015).Introduction to intelligent systems in traffic and transportation.

Cepolina, E. and Farina, A. (2013).A methodology for planning a new urban car sharing system with fully automated personal vehicles.Eur. Transp. Res. Rev., 6(2), pp.191-204.

Davis, L., Enge, P. and Gao, G. (2012). Global navigation satellite systems. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press.

Ivan, I., Benenson, I., Jiang, B., Horák, J., Haworth, J. and Inspektor, T. (2013).Geoinformatics for Intelligent Transportation.

Parkinson, B. and Spilker, J. (2014).The global positioning system.

Xie, F., Liu, J., Hang, Y. and Li, R. (2014). Adaptive robust ultra-tightly coupled global navigation satellite system/inertial navigation system based on global positioning system/BeiDou vector tracking loops. IET Radar, Sonar & Navigation, 8(7), pp.815-827.

 

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