METHODOLOGICAL SUPPORT OF MONITORING AND REGULATION OF TRANSPORT FLOWS ON THE BASIS OF MODERN COGNITIVE TECHNOLOGIES

Authors

  • Dahmani Mohamed Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33042/2522-1809-2022-3-170-143-147

Keywords:

method of monitoring and regulation, transport flows, cognitive technologies, risk-oriented approach, risk.

Abstract

The article investigates and summarizes the method of monitoring and regulating traffic flows in the central part of the city, based on a risk-oriented approach. The author notes that risks play an important role in the process of monitoring and regulating traffic flows in the central part of the city. Recently, the use of a risk-oriented approach to certain implementations, ie the approach based on the assessment of possible risks, has become more widespread in economics. According to the author, monitoring and regulation of traffic flow in the central part of the city also requires risk assessment, and therefore the procedure of monitoring and regulation of traffic flows in the central part of Kharkiv should be based on a risk-oriented approach. The article identifies the causes of road hazards that lead to risks. In order to diagnose the effectiveness of monitoring and regulation of traffic flows in the central part of the city, a test of the effectiveness of monitoring and regulation of traffic flows in the central part of the city is proposed. The author provides a graphic representation of the scientific and methodological approach to the organization of monitoring and regulation of traffic flows in the central part of the city on the basis of modern cognitive technologies. It is proposed to conduct the test at the end of the month after improving the work on monitoring and regulating traffic flows in the central part of the city. Indication in the test structure of the responsible person of the department will confirm the competence of each individual official. The author developed and improved the procedure for monitoring and regulating traffic flows in the central part of the city, the difference of which is taking into account the risk-oriented approach, which allows managing the risk of accidents in the central part of the city by predicting factors influencing its occurrence in order to optimize traffic flows in the central part of Kharkiv.

Author Biography

Dahmani Mohamed, Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture

PhD Student

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Published

2022-06-24

How to Cite

Mohamed Д. (2022). METHODOLOGICAL SUPPORT OF MONITORING AND REGULATION OF TRANSPORT FLOWS ON THE BASIS OF MODERN COGNITIVE TECHNOLOGIES. Municipal Economy of Cities, 3(170), 143–147. https://doi.org/10.33042/2522-1809-2022-3-170-143-147