This paper deals with the relationships between two different types of human communication: mobility - i.e., communication with movement - and motionless communication, sometimes also called virtual mobility. The aim of the study has been to carry out an analysis of modern motorised mobility around the world, considering the evolution of ITS. The final goal has been to provide an added value to the numerous publications already available on daily mobility, by outlining common elements and pointing out the role of being connected in future transport systems, in this way contributing to the pursuit of “interconnected transport systems”: the Latin root of intelligent has two meanings, one of which is interconnect (inter-lego). An analysis on the long-term evolution of the main transport mode, that is, by car, has pointed out that an economic cycle has been completed in most motorised countries: this also complies with historical theories on the subject. However, new motionless communication systems have appeared on the market over the last decade, and they have become actual competitors to motorised mobility or, hopefully, collaborators. Therefore, a new cycle of cars would be possible, under certain conditions – one of which includes being connected – a requirement that this paper wishes to outline with the help of some numerical analyses.
|Titolo:||Macro-analysis of the evolution of motorised mobility and relationships with the development of motionless communication systems|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1049/iet-its.2016.0083|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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