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発表 DEVELOPMENT OF A SYSTEM FOR THE FLEXIBLE SHIFTING OF SNOW REMOVAL SECTIONS USING REAL-TIME POSITIONING INFORMATION ON SNOW REMOVAL MACHINERY

作成年度 2010年度
論文名 DEVELOPMENT OF A SYSTEM FOR THE FLEXIBLE SHIFTING OF SNOW REMOVAL SECTIONS USING REAL-TIME POSITIONING INFORMATION ON SNOW REMOVAL MACHINERY
論文名(和訳) 除雪機械のリアルタイムな位置情報を活用した除雪工区の弾力的な運用システム等の開発
論文副題
発表会 ISCORD 2010 (第9回 寒地開発に関する国際ジンポジウム)
誌名(No./号数)
発表年月日 2010/06/01 ~ 2010/06/05
所属研究室/機関名 著者名(英名)
寒地機械技術チーム佐々木 憲弘(SASAKI Norihiro)
寒地機械技術チーム牧野 正敏(MAKINO Masatoshi)
寒地機械技術チーム柳沢 雄二(YANAGISAWA Yuuji)
北海道開発局事業振興部小野寺 敬太(ONODERA Keita)
北海道開発局網走開発建設部豊島 真生(TOYOSHIMA Masao)
抄録
Snow removal machinery plays an important role in securing the smooth flow of road traffic. However、 there was previously no way to obtain a detailed overview of the progress of local snow removal operations in real time. Accordingly、 in FY 2005、 the Hokkaido Regional Development Bureau introduced the Information Management System for Snow Removal Machinery (referred to below as the core system). With the introduction of this system、 the real-time progress of snow removal operations can be checked on a map、 and past operation records can be reviewed. [*]The goal of this development is to achieve a more efficient and upgraded road maintenance and management service by establishing a management system for snow removal machinery that enables the flexible shifting of snow removal sections by connecting a variety of types of snow-removal-related information based on the core system. In FY 2008、 the setup was developed and field-tested for its dynamic section shift support system、 which enables flexible shifting of snow removal sections、 and for its support system providing daily reports on de-icer application to enable the organization of spreader vehicle operations to verify its effectiveness.
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