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Dynamic coordination in fleet management systems: Toward smart cyber fleets

AuthorsBillhardt, Holger; Fernandez, Alberto; Lemus, Lissette ; Lujak, Marin; Osman, Nardine ; Ossowski, Sascha; Sierra, Carles
KeywordsIntelligent transportation
Fleet management
Intelligent systems
Driverless vehicles
Issue Date2014
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
CitationIEEE Intelligent Systems 29: 70- 76 (2014)
AbstractFleet management systems are commonly used to coordinate mobility and delivery services in a broad variety of domains. However, their traditional top-down control architecture becomes a bottleneck in open and dynamic environments, where scalability, proactiveness, and autonomy are becoming key factors for their success. Here, the authors present an abstract event-based architecture for fleet management systems that supports tailoring dynamic control regimes for coordinating fleet vehicles, and illustrate it for the case of medical emergency management. Then, they go one step ahead in the transition toward automatic or driverless fleets, by conceiving fleet management systems in terms of cyber-physical systems, and putting forward the notion of cyber fleets. © 2014 IEEE.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1109/MIS.2014.41
issn: 1541-1672
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