Transport Solutions

Summary

  • 803 Companies
  • 1 Patents
  • 67 Use Cases
  • 131 Case Studies
  • 40 Science Papers
  • $375 566 085 Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
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Information Technology
Sandton, Gauteng
For over 25 years ACS has been focusing on redefining and re-inventing business solutions where we strive to be the partner of choice in the secure electronic transactions market. Our story began in 1993 where one client wanted a solution for pin-based transactions. Today, we provide customised solutions to organisations throughout South Africa as well as across the African continent. ACS was the first South African EFTPOS vendor to successfully have an EMV Level II Banking application certified by EMVCO. We have since maintained an excellent strategic relationship with Gemalto, a $800 million global payment technology company. Divisions within ACS include: card personalisation, secure payment processing, payment terminals, MobileForms, public transport solutions, VAS (value added services) Our HQ is in Johannesburg, South Africa. Altron respects your privacy - refer to the Altron Privacy Policy (https://www.altron.com/privacy-policy/) for details on how Altron collects and uses your personal information, with whom we share it, and your choices and rights in relation to your personal information. By providing your personal information to Altron you are providing consent for the processing of your personal information.
1993
Privately Held
172
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Logistics and Supply Chain
Kladno, Středočeský kraj
The ESA Group is one of the leading logistics companies represented in four Central European countries (CZ, SK, PL, HU). Hitachi Transport System, Ltd. (HTS), a global Japanese leader in transport and logistics providing customers all over the world with the 3PL service, became the strategic partner of ESA at the turn of 2007/2008. ESA focuses on the provision of comprehensive logistic solutions with the utmost consideration for the environment. In 2010, ESA introduced “Green 3PL Solutions” - a logistics product that connects comprehensive logistics with environmental behaviour and responsibility. ESA also provides individual logistics services, namely transport solutions, storage, distribution logistics, outsourcing solutions,...
1992
Public Company
172
3
Oil and Energy
Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Scomi Group Bhd, a global service provider mainly in the oil and gas industry, is a company listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia. Scomi employs over 2,000 employees in 48 locations in 28 countries. Scomi was listed on 13 May 2003 on the Second Board of Bursa Malaysia. It was transferred to the Main Board which is now known as Main Market just a year later on 13 May 2004. Other public listed companies within Scomi Group are Scomi Engineering Bhd and Scomi Energy Services Bhd which are listed on Bursa Malaysia, and PT Rig Tenders which is listed on Jakarta Stock Exchange. Scomi’s ability to harness the synergies between its varied businesses has seen it transform itself to become an integrated solutions provider in niche markets. Scomi’s subsidiary and associate companies are involved in the following range of activities worldwide: Energy Services - We offer a complete range of drilling fluids and drilling waste management solutions across many countries to meet the wide array of clients’ requirements worldwide. The drilling fluids we provide cater to the most challenging wells such as horizontal, multilateral, deep water and high temperature-high pressure (HTHP); Marine Services - We offer a wide range of marine services including offshore support and marine logistics services, backed by over 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry; Production Enhancement - As a specialist in production enhancement chemicals, we have a wealth of expert experience and technical proficiency to provide customised solutions for clients; Transport Solutions - is focused on the manufacturing and design of monorail systems, buses, special purpose vehicles, rail wagons, and defense vehicle solutions. The organisation believes that it has an important role to play as a responsible corporate citizen. All its services and solutions are engineered to achieve optimal results while strictly complying with international environmental standards.
2003
Public Company
159
4
Transportation
Locations in UK, Japan, France
Nuclear Transport Solutions is part of the UK’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), a public body responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient clean-up of the UK’s nuclear legacy. We are specialists in the operational, commercial, engineering, legal, and regulatory expertise that underpin nuclear transport and logistics operations. We operate Direct Rail Services (DRS) and Pacific Nuclear Transport Limited (PNTL) who deliver rail and shipping activities, building on decades of experience of providing safe, secure and reliable transport solutions. Our primary objective is to support the NDA’s mission. Our work involves a range of activities including transporting spent fuel from UK power stations to Sellafield, the return of reprocessing products to customers overseas, and packaging and licensing support to the NDA group. As well as safely transporting materials to, from and between NDA sites, we also use our world-leading expertise to provide transport solutions for a range of customers in the UK and overseas. For example, our unique high-security shipping capabilities support global security goals, with the aim of making the world a safer place. NTS also provides transport services outside of the nuclear sector. For example, we operate a number of intermodal rail freight services in consumer goods and general freight markets. The key to our success is our people. As well as traincrew, seafarers and engineers, NTS is home to experts in package design and licensing, transport operations, criticality and shielding expertise, complex project management, international nuclear law, stakeholder relations, security and resilience, health & safety, emergency response, contract management and commercial services, and much more. Maintaining and developing this knowledge and experience is essential for securing our unique nuclear transport capabilities for the UK and the rest of the world.
2021
Public Company
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Transportation
Nocera Superiore, (SA)
Mecar offers a diverse range of transport solutions to companies of all kinds and all sizes, with a particular focus on the Mediterranean countries and Eastern Europe. The company has been selling and commercialising transport solutions for the past 60 years, and in 1986 was spun off from F. Ferrajoli & Co in order to offer more specialist know-how for logistics and industry. These solutions are underpinned by a strong customer orientation, and as such are to an ever increasing extent supported by services - or soft products - which serve to further increase the value of the company's core products by offering more complete and more profitable solutions to the customer. This focus on soft products has become an integral part of our value offer and is part of the overall transport system development. Currently we cover different aspects of the logistics cycle including purchasing consultancy, financing, after sales services and buy back solutions. Our portfolio is composed of several key players in the transport industry and our main partner is CNH Industrial with the Iveco Brand.
1952
Privately Held
56
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Cape Town, Western Cape
The Right Choice for safe and reliable transport solutions to the tourist, leisure and corporate markets. Unicab is one of the most recognizable 'people mover' brands in Cape Town. Rapid expansion & diversification has entrenched Unicab as a market leader with our own e-hailing app, world leading Taxicaller cloud-based system and Vehicle Management Systems.
1989
Public Company
52
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Logistics and Supply Chain
Lyon
XPO Logistics is a top ten global provider of cutting-edge supply chain solutions to the most successful companies in the world. In Europe, the company operates under the leadership of Malcolm Wilson (CEO), Luis Gomez (Transport Solutions) and Richard Cawston (Supply Chain) from its headquarters in Lyon, France. XPO Logistics conducts the majority of its European operations through its subsidiary, XPO Logistics Europe (Euronext Paris: XPO – Isin FR0000052870) europe.xpo.com Globally, XPO Logistics serves more than 50,000 customers with a highly integrated network of over 100,000 employees and 1,629 locations in 30 countries. The company provides region-specific services for truckload and less-than-truckload transportation, engineered supply chain solutions, high-value-add warehousing and distribution, last mile logistics, ground and air expedite, intermodal, drayage, global forwarding and managed transportation. Its global corporate headquarters is in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA. (NYSE: XPO) xpo.com
1979
Privately Held
6 757
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Travel and Tourism
Voisins le Bretonneux
Europcar is a leader in car rental services worldwide, with rental locations in over 140 countries. Based in Europe, the company provides its customers access to the world's largest vehicle rental network through its own operations, franchisees and partnerships. Europcar is proud to have 6,500 employees dedicated to delivering great customer experience, and it is committed to creating a safe, engaging work environment to nuture their professional growth. With an average fleet of 190,000 vehicles, Europcar also recognizes the importance of fulfilling its corporate citizenship responsibilities. Winner of the first World Travel Award recognizing the World's Leading Green Transport Solutions Company, Europcar has been honored with the Award every year since 2010. Europcar is the core brand of Europcar Mobility Group, a leading player in the mobility sector. Europcar Mobility Group shares (EUCAR) are listed on the Euronext Paris stock exchange.
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Privately Held
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London, England
Hitachi Rail is a fully integrated, global provider of rail solutions across rolling stock, signalling, operation, service & maintenance, digital technology and turnkey solutions. With a presence in 38 countries across six continents and over 12,000 employees, our mission is to contribute to society through the continuous development of superior rail transport solutions. We are proud of our global achievements, from our world famous ‘bullet trains’, to our signalling solutions and turnkey projects, state of the-art traffic management and digital solutions. Drawing on the wider Hitachi Group’s market-leading technology and research-and-development capabilities, we strive for industry leading innovations and solutions that can deliver value for customers and sustainable railway systems that benefit wider society.
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Privately Held
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Automotive
Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant
Making the best even better DAF is a leading global technology company and part of PACCAR. A career at DAF Trucks means being part of one of Europe’s most successful automotive brands, a high tech company where you can further develop your talents. We develop the best road transport solutions, based on ninety years of experience and with full focus on reliability, low cost of ownership, transport efficiency and sustainability. At DAF you work on challenging projects together with inspiring people who all share your practical approach and drive for innovation. Continuous improvement is part of our DNA. A career at DAF means working in a dynamic and diverse team, with ambition, commitment and focused on achieving results. DAF employees are proud, they find their work rewarding and challenging. Just like you, they understand how their work directly contributes to the overall success of DAF. Short, direct communication lines and a flat organization assure that your ideas can be implemented in a very short time. DAF offers you all the opportunities to grow your career. National, international, in your own discipline or even beyond. DAF drives your career.
1928
Public Company
4 910

Patents

#NumberTitleAbstractDateKindAssigneeInventor
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8 020 939
Fastening belt system for particular use in child automobile transport solutions
A fastening belt system designed for use in child automobile transport solutions, and in particular, in child car seats is provided. The fastening belt system is characterized by its use of at least one belt and five anchor points potentially equipped with openings and buckles, which create a harness system composed of the right breast strap and the left breast strap that crisscross at the child's chest, while the right hip strap and the left hip strap belt in the child's legs at the hips. The right breast strap runs from the upper right anchor point to the lower left point; the left breast strap links the upper left anchor point with the lower right point; the right hip strap links the lower middle anchor point with the lower right point; the left hip strap runs from the lower middle anchor point towards the lower left point.
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Ramatti SP. Z.O.O.
Piotr Stasiak, Waldemar Filutowski

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Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
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A Modified Method for Evaluating Sustainable Transport Solutions Based on AHP and Dempster–Shafer Evidence Theory
With the challenge of transportation environment, a large amount of attention is paid to sustainable mobility worldwide, thus bringing the problem of the evaluation of sustainable transport solutions. In this paper, a modified method based on analytical hierarchy process (AHP) and Dempster–Shafer evidence theory (D-S theory) is proposed for evaluating the impact of transport measures on city sustainability. AHP is adapted to determine the weight of sustainability criteria while D-S theory is used for data fusion of the sustainability assessment. A Transport Sustainability Index (TSI) is presented as a primary measure to determine whether transport solutions have a positive impact on city sustainability. A case study of car-sharing is illustrated to show the efficiency of our proposed method. Our modified method has two desirable properties. One is that the BPA is generated with a new modification framework of evaluation levels, which can flexibly manage uncertain information. The other is that the modified method has excellent performance in sensitivity analysis.
Engineering, Economics
2018
56
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Local transport solutions -- people, paradoxes and progress : lessons arising from the spread of intermediate means of transport
This publication is based on the key note paper presented by the author at the experts Meeting on Intermediate Means of Transport (IMT) which took place in Nairobi, Kenya from 15 to 18, June 1999. Some 50 participants from twelve African countries including Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, Eritrea, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe attended. Participants also included experts from the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom and the World Bank. The principal objective of the meeting was to examine (i) factors accounting for the observed low use of intermediate means of transport in Sub-Saharan Africa compared with the rest of the world, especially Asia and (ii) to evolve strategies for addressing identified shortcomings. Apart from their key note paper, additional papers were presented by experts from within and outside of Africa. It was the first gathering of international experts devoted to the subject of intermediate means of transport use in Sub-Saharan Africa and was the result of exhaustive consultations with stakeholders by the Rural Travel and Transport Program on the need for a holistic approach to the promotion of the enhanced use of intermediate means of transport given the nature and character of the factors accounting for their low use in SSA. Despite investment in roads, inadequate transport and accessibility constrain rural development. In Sub-Saharan Africa, most village transport still involves people (mainly women) walking and head loading. Between walking/carrying and large motorized transport there is a wide range of intermediate means of transport (IMTs). These increase transport capacity and reduce drudgery at relatively low cost, solving local transport problems. Local transport solutions include wheelbarrows, hand carts, bicycles, tricycles, animal-powered transport, motorcycles and power tiller trailers. The promotion of intermediate means of transport has had varied results. Examples (e.g., Mauritania, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Zambia) show both the effectiveness and the lack of success of promotion by projects, nongovernmental organizations, the private sector (formal and informal) and person-to-person exchanges. Most Asian transport technologies have been promoted by the private sector. Bicycles and donkeys have mainly spread in Africa through private sector and user-to-user promotion. Informal diffusion can be rapid and effective, but the existing patchy distribution of transport technologies illustrates its unreliability.
Business, Engineering, Economics
2000
47
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TRANSPORT SOLUTIONS TO THE MONOENERGETIC CRITICAL PROBLEMS (thesis)
Transport solutions to the monoenergetic plane, spherical, and cylindrical critical problems with isotropic scattering are developed by the method of singular expansion modes. The results are given in the form of exact expressions for the neutron distributions and criticality conditions. These expressions depend on expansion coefficients that are shown to satisfy Fredholm integral equations of the second kind. Successive approximations on the coefficients lead to the asymptotic results of diffusion theory as well as to easily accessible transport corrections. The expansions for the neutron distributions are derived by two different, but equivalent, methods. In the first method a three-dimensional expansion for the angular density is developed from the elementary solutions of the transport equation and then specialized to the desired geometry. For problems with plane symmetry, the resulting expression are used directly to determine the expansion coefficients, whereas in spherical and cylindrical geometries the specialization of the three-dimensional solutions yields a variety of representations for the respective angular densities. The second method consists of replacing the angular distributions by suitable density transforms and then determining the transforms completely with the aid of the integral equations for the neutron densities. In plane geometry this method leads to the conversion of the transport equation to a singular integral equation for the angular density. In spherical and cylindrical geometries the appropriate transforms are shown to satisfy separable equations whose solutions can be represented by unique expansions in terms of complete sets of singular expansion modes. The coefficients in the transform expansions are determined by resulting side conditions and the actual neutron distributions established by simple inversions. Although emphasis is on obtaining exact expressions for the neutron distributions and criticality conditions, the results are illustrated by approximate expressions and computations. (auth)
Mathematics
1963
36
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Whole-Core Transport Solutions with 2-D/1-D Fusion Kernel via p-CMFD Acceleration and p-CMFD Embedding of Nonoverlapping Local/Global Iterations
Abstract In this paper, we present two novel approaches to reactor core analysis: (1) whole-core fine-group deterministic transport calculations are accelerated by a partial-current-based coarse-mesh finite-difference (p-CMFD) method, and (2) a whole-core domain is decomposed into nonoverlapping local problems, with local problem transport solutions then embedded within the p-CMFD methodology in a two-level iterative scheme to provide a whole-core transport solution. To solve three-dimensional (3-D) reactor problems, both approaches use the two-dimensional/one-dimensional (2-D/1-D) fusion method as a solution kernel, which employs a 2-D method of characteristics in the radial direction and a 1-D SN-like method in the axial direction. A refinement sensitivity study of a 3-D boiling water reactor assembly problem shows the stability and accuracy of the 2-D/1-D fusion method. We report the results of these two approaches as applied to three whole-core configurations of the C5G7 OECD/NEA 3-D benchmark problem and to a modified C5G7 benchmark problem with explicitly modeled cladding.
Physics, Engineering
2015
28
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Promising but challenging urban freight transport solutions : freight flow consolidation and off-hour deliveries
Although inevitable, urban traffic causes air pollution, noise pollution and congestion. Up to 20% of urban traffic is related to freight transport and service trips and, proportionally, it contributes more to the negative side-effects of urban traffic than passenger related traffic. Throughout the past few decades, a range of solutions to reduce the negative impact of urban freight transport have been researched, tested and implemented. Two possible solutions are: freight flow consolidation and off-hour deliveries. They have two things in common. First, despite the fact that it is generally accepted that there are considerable benefits to both solutions they seem to remain permanently promising and have not been widely adopted yet. Second, they require support of both public and commercial stakeholders to be successful in the long term. The purpose of this thesis is to identify feasible, consensual and successful applications of urban freight flow consolidation and off-hour deliveries. To reach that goal a twofold approach is adopted: (i) reassessing the generally accepted logic behind freight flow consolidation and off-hour deliveries as well as their impact and (ii) evaluating both concepts and/or their applications from the perspective of all stakeholders. One possible freight flow consolidation solution is to implement an Urban Consolidation Centre (UCC). A review of the available UCC impact assessment made me conclude that 87% of UCCs have a positive impact on the number of urban freight vehicle kilometres. However, this positive impact might have to partially be put down to the lack of high-quality urban freight data and the consequent too positive estimations. Despite the dominant attention for UCCs in the literature on urban freight flow consolidation, there are alternative approaches. This thesis identifies and categorizes them and cites existing, often small-scale examples. One possible alternative approach is to use a Mobile Depot for express deliveries and pick-ups. Evaluating this concept revealed that it decreases the amount of emitted pollutants and the number of diesel vehicle kilometres but doubles the operational costs for the express service provider. The thesis also demonstrates that there is no overall stakeholder support for a general shift of urban freight flows to off-hours in Belgium. There are, however, freight flows that are more suited than others to be shifted to off-hours. My research identifies these freight flows and characterizes them. Based on this research, one particularly suited freight flow would be supermarket deliveries. Evaluating a trial that took place in Brussels revealed that there are considerable time and fuel savings when deliveries to two supermarkets in Brussels are shifted to off-hours and that this solution would be able to receive overall stakeholder support when sufficient measures are taken to keep the noise nuisance for local residents to a minimum. Finally, the thesis contributes to the research field of urban freight transport by introducing the concept of stakeholder involvement in the evaluation of urban freight transport solutions by using Multi Actor Multi Criteria Analysis which is an evaluation tool that explicitly includes the goals and objectives of all stakeholders.
Business, Engineering
2015
26
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LOCAL TRANSPORT SOLUTIONS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT
This book explores the importance of local transport solutions as a means for increasing the mobility of rural women, men and children in the poorest countries. Many intermediate forms of transport are covered including bicycles, hand carts, animal-drawn transport, motorcycles and motor tricycles. Many of these modes are not available to women, or are very expensive, but when they are available they stimulate agricultural production because of increased access to markets. They also enable itinerant selling of perishable commodities. Local attitudes to intermediate transport may constrain its use as it is perceived as old fashioned. Adoption of transport technologies may be patchy, depending on topography, culture, income and other factors. Development of a critical mass of users makes transport ownership socially acceptable and justifies the establishment of service providers. Non-transport solutions include the provision of water supplies, new markets or grinding mills where they are needed. Cycle trailers are used as an example of the promotion of a technology that proved unsuitable for women in Ghana. Credit schemes for the purchase of carts are described. The potential for public transport using intermediate transport is explained. The importance of proper discussion with all stakeholders and of fully considering environmental factors in new projects is emphasised.
Business, Economics
2002
17
7
Consistent Comparison of Monte Carlo and Whole-Core Transport Solutions for Cores with Thermal Feedback
For systematic and consistent comparison of Monte Carlo and whole-core transport solutions in various core states including power generating conditions, a test problem set that spans from two-dimensional uniform temperature pin cell problems to three-dimensional core problems involving thermal feedback is solved by a continuous energy Monte Carlo code MCCARD and a multigroup whole-core transport code DeCART. The neutron spectra, k-effective, pin-wise power distribution, fuel temperature distribution, and Doppler coefficients obtained from the two solutions are compared taking the MCCARD solution as the reference. For the uniform temperature problems, excellent agreement between the two solutions is observed in every solution aspect. The pin power distribution error is less than 1% and the k-effective error is within 100 pcm in most cases. For the problems with thermal feedback, the discrepancy becomes larger, yet within the tolerable range. In the hot-full-power minicore calculation, a maximum of 3.7% error in the radial pin power distribution and the k-effective error of about 260 pcm are observed. Through this comparison, it is demonstrated that accurate multigroup direct whole-core calculations are possible even at power generating conditions with a much less computing time than the corresponding Monte Carlo calculations.
Physics, Mathematics
2004
14
8
Relationship between Application Scale and Maximum Time Latency in Intelligent Transport Solutions
Congestion is a major problem in large, urbanized areas. Intelligent transport solutions aim to reduce this problem. In general, traffic is monitored with the use of sensors, the resulting data are processed, a traffic state is estimated, and a control measure is computed and implemented. The availability and the quality of the data and the processing time of the algorithms are possible limiting factors in this pattern. The study reported in this paper examined the data requirements for various traffic control measures. In particular, the relationship between the spatial scale of the control measure and the time delay between the measurement and the control action, that is, the latency, was examined. A set of 17 applications showed that the larger the spatial scale of the control measure, the larger the latency could be. This relationship can be used to determine the latency quality criteria for a certain application. Alternatively, the relationship can be used to analyze which types of applications are possible when data with a specific quality can be collected. The latter analysis was carried out in the province of Delft, Netherlands. The analysis also showed the difference between the availability with respect to information and communication technology and useful data for applications. In particular, if no vehicles passed, information and communication technology systems were available, but no realistic measurements were produced.
Computer Science, Engineering
2012
11
9
Angular Average of Time-Harmonic Transport Solutions
We consider the angular averaging of solutions to time-harmonic transport equations. Such quantities model measurements obtained for instance in optical tomography, a medical imaging technique, with frequency-modulated sources. Frequency modulated sources are useful to separate ballistic photons from photons that undergo scattering with the underlying medium. This paper presents a precise asymptotic description of the angularly averaged transport solutions as the modulation frequency ω tends to ∞. Provided that scattering vanishes in the vicinity of measurements, we show that the ballistic contribution is asymptotically larger than the contribution corresponding to single scattering. Similarly, we show that singly scattered photons also have a much larger contribution to the measurements than multiply scattered photons. This decomposition is a necessary step toward the reconstruction of the optical coefficients from available measurements.
Physics
2011
9
10
An assessment of the barriers to the delivery of sustainable local surface transport solutions
The realisation of sustainable transport systems in UK towns and cities relies upon the smooth implementation of national policy delivered at the local level. This paper summarises a questionnaire survey (N=16) carried out as part of a UK EPSRC programme of research named DISTILLATE (Design and Implementation Support Tools for Integrated Local Land-use, Transport and Environment). The survey was completed by officers from transport planning authorities within different levels and contexts of decision-making, who were involved in the delivery process for sustainable local surface transport solutions (SLSTS). The findings capture the difficulties faced during the delivery process for SLSTS, and the perceived barriers. Funding, modelling, monitoring / evaluation, strategy option generation, and strategic appraisal were identified as the most problematic stages and barriers to delivery. The answers received from the questionnaire noted the specific organisational barriers which affect the way in which individual authorities operate; the external constraints to sustainable outcomes including the need for the efficacious engagement of stakeholders; and how these difficulties affect the use of tools (namely indicators, option generation tools, and appraisal and modelling techniques). This information will be used to ground further research within the realities of the challenges and constraints faced in the delivery of sustainable transport solutions at a local level. The analysis of the survey has allowed the prioritisation of key technical, organisational and external challenges and constraints to the delivery process and the achievement of sustainable outcomes from the perspective of the respondents. This is also briefly compared with wider objectives for UK government and European Union policy and planning, with evidence of a potential mismatch in approaches due to discontinuities evident within and between different levels of policy and decision-making. Specific attention is also given to the barriers faced in the planning, design and implementation of specific policy measures through local transport strategies, including those instruments related to demand-managed accessibility and modal shift. The outputs and understanding from this research will directly influence the development, practice and use of decision and analytical support tools aimed at overcoming these barriers in selected urban transport authorities through case studies in the wider DISTILLATE research. This paper also strengthens the research evidence base for the process of, and barriers to, the implementation of sustainable transport solutions at a local-level in the UK. For the covering abstract please see ITRD E135207.
Business, Engineering
2005
8

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Science papers by Year

Clinical Trials

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Clinical Trials

#TitleConditionsInterventionsEnrollmentYearLocations
1
University of Wisconsin Solution Versus New Parathyroid Transport Solution for Parathyroid Allotransplantation: Effects on Calcium Sensing and Vitamin D Receptor During Cold Ischemia
Parathyroid Allotransplantation
NPT and UW Solution
7
2017
SB Istanbul Education and Research Hospital
2
The Effects of Cold Ischemia Time With a New Transporting Solution to Parathyroid Cell Viability and Calcium Sensing Receptor in Parathyroid Allotransplantation
Parathyroid Allotransplantation
BAVU Solution
7
2016
Sisli Hamidiye Etfal Training and Research Hospital

Use Cases

#TopicPaper TitleYearFields of studyCitationsUse CaseAuthors
1
Transport Solutions
Realizing sustainable transport solutions for all
2021
0
all
2
Transport Solutions
Selecting E-Mobility Transport Solutions for Mountain Rescue Operations
2020
Business, Computer Science
1
mountain rescue operations
3
Transport Solutions
Verification of Predicted Energy Deposition Using CASMO5 Coupled Neutron-Gamma Transport Solutions for Selected VERA Benchmark Problems
2020
0
selected vera benchmark problems
4
Transport Solutions
Verification of Predicted Energy Deposition Using CASMO5 Coupled Neutron-Gamma Transport Solutions for Selected VERA Benchmark Problems
2020
0
selected vera benchmark problems
5
Transport Solutions
Advanced Beam Transport Solutions for ELIMAIA: A User Oriented Laser-Driven Ion Beamlines
2019
Physics, Materials Science
1
elimaia: a user oriented laser-driven ion beamlines
6
Transport Solutions
Terminal Evaluation of the UN Environment-GEF Project: Promoting Sustainable Transport Solutions for East African Cities
2019
Business, Economics
0
east african cities
7
Transport Solutions
Innovative Transport Solutions for E-Commerce the Case of Clarins
2018
0
e-commerce the case of clarins
8
Transport Solutions
Modern equipment transport solutions for streamlining deliveries within the framework of “the last milelogistics”
2018
Business
1
streamlining deliveries within the framework of “the last milelogistics”
9
Transport Solutions
Sustainable Transport Solutions for the Concept of Smart City
2018
Business, Economics
13
the concept of smart city
10
Transport Solutions
Sustainable Transport Solutions for the Concept of Smart City: The case of Umeå
2018
1
the concept of smart city: the case of umeå

Case Studies

#TitleDescriptionPDFYearSource Ranking
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Solutions for the use of smart technologies in transportation a ...
by TA Babaleye · 2022 — Title: Solutions for the use of smart technologies in transportation a case study of three (3) logistics companies in Nigeria (Gokada, Safeboda ...
no
2022
380
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Transportation Case Study: Mobile Application Solution - Aptude
Apr 8, 2021 — Our support services will free up your senior IT staff from the overwhelming burden of day-to-day maintenance issues.
no
2021
0
3
Transporters Case Studies-In Vitro Solutions for Translatable ...
by S Bhoopathy · 2021 — Keywords: BCRP; Directional transporter assay; Efflux transporters; OAT; OATP; OCT; P-gp; Uptake transporters. © 2021. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, ...
no
2021
6 250
4
Transporters Case Studies—In Vitro Solutions for Translatable ...
by S Bhoopathy · 2021 — Tachibana T et al (2010) Model analysis of the concentration-dependent permeability of P-gp substrates.
no
2021
2 670
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Case Study: Explore Plant & Transport Solutions - Intelligent ...
Oct 29, 2020 — This case study outlines how Explore Plant and Transport Solutions – one of the UK's fastest-growing transport and plant hire services – is ...Missing: g ‎| Must include: g
no
2020
0
6
Transportation Case Study: 3PL Mobile Tracking Solution
Dec 15, 2020 — 3PL Mobile Tracking Solution. Our client, a large Transportation and Logistics company, needed a tracking solution that would run on any ...Case study sul trasporto: soluzione di localizzazione mobile 3PLhttps://www.aptude.com › iscrizionehttps://www.aptude.com › iscrizione · Translate this page
no
2020
0
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case study | bespoke solution | international transport company
Apr 14, 2019 — A portfolio of bespoke lifting and handling equipment improves efficiencies and health and safety at leading international transport ...
no
2019
0
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public transportation solutions in southern africa: case study ...
by GT Cirella · 2019 — PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: CASE STUDY ZIMBABWE AND SOUTH AFRICA. Transport Economics and Logistics, [S.l.], v. 79, p.
no
2019
3 240
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Public transportation solutions in Southern Africa: Case study ...
May 8, 2019 — a) Chair of Transport Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Gdańsk, Poland. b) Chair of Logistics, Faculty of Economic and ...
no
2019
6 650
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Public transportation solutions in Southern Africa: case study ...
Oct 23, 2018 — SHOWING 1-10 OF 13 REFERENCES. View 3 excerpts. Coping with demand for urban passenger transport in Zimbabwe : challenges and options.
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2018
970

Experts

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Scania Group
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Volvo Trucks
Follow the latest updates from Volvo Trucks. We drive progress as we create reliable transport solutions for clients all over the world.
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Volvo Trucks North America
As a leading manufacturer of heavy-duty transport solutions in North America, we drive progress through a commitment to quality, safety and environmental care.
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ITDP
The Institute for Transportation & Development Policy works with cities worldwide to bring about sustainable transport solutions that improve urban life
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Teradek
Industry-leading video transport solutions for broadcasters, cinematographers and video content producers. Follow us for the latest releases and exclusive deals
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California
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David McInnes
Director & President-Autonomous Transport Solutions P/L. , Publisher of Sustainable Planet, https://t.co/rdKxp176LG
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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Ceragon Networks
The open wireless transport pioneer | Unlock your 5G potential with flexible wireless transport solutions | SDN & Automation tools
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Global
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POLIS
We are the network of cities and regions working together for sustainable and innovative transport solutions.
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Brussels
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ITDP Indonesia
ITDP works to bring about sustainable transport solutions that cut greenhouse gas emissions,reduce poverty,and improve the quality of urban life.
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Jakarta
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GEFCO
Offering global #logistics & #transport solutions for all geographic or industries challenges #automotive #heavyequipment #hightech #pharma +💊🛵🛰️🏗️👠
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Youtube Channels

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Eimskipafélag Íslands (The Icelandic Steamship Company) was founded on January 17th 1914, making it the oldest shipping company in Iceland. Eimskip has from the beginning emphasized on shipping to and from Iceland, today offering total transport solutions around the world. Eimskip’s goal is to provide its customers with all round transport services built on our dependable and efficient transport system in the North Atlantic and freight forwarding around the world – forming an unbreakable transport chain from the shipper to the receiver. www.eimskip.com
Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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Nikola is a technology disruptor and integrator, working to develop innovative energy and transportation solutions. We are pioneering a business model that will enable corporate customers to integrate next-generation truck technology, hydrogen fueling infrastructure and maintenance. By creating this ecosystem, Nikola and its strategic business partners and suppliers can pave the way as global leaders in zero-emission transportation – and, together, leave the world a better place. Nikola Motor Company's Social Media Privacy Policy: https://nikolamotor.com/legal
Wed, 9 Nov 2016
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United States
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MOBOT is the leading brand and retailer for e-scooter (electric scooter), electric bicycle (ebike), bicycle, mobility scooter, electric wheelchair, electric water scooter and electric personal mobility devices (PMD) in Singapore. We have our very own in-house service center staffed with trained technicians that specialize in the field. CLOSING EVERYDAY DISTANCES A team dedicated to developing an ultimate urban transportation solution. This solution is known as Personal Mobility Devices (PMDs). It comprises of e-scooters, ebikes, bicycle, mobility scooter and many other personal electric vehicles that cater to people from all walks of life. BRANDS Minimotors, Dualtron, CAMP, NAKXUS, Ninebot, DYU, Fiido, Mobot, Autour, Relync, Lefeet,
Mon, 24 Aug 2015
3 104 590
Singapore
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Established in May 18th 1981, PT INKA (Persero) is the first fully integrated rolling stock manufacturer in Southeast Asia. Our focus is to deliver high quality products and services to our customer. We provide wide array of products to meet our customer diverse requirements, as well as excellent after sales services to ensure our customer received the best transportation solution. Besides operated in Indonesia
Wed, 29 Jun 2016
1 570 842
Indonesia
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Electric transportation solutions that will one day free people from traffic, and democratize everyday aviation. Follow our journey! Instagram: @kittyhawkaero Twitter: @kittyhawkcorp
Tue, 7 Mar 2017
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The core of SCA’s business is the growing forest, Europe’s largest private forest holding. Around this unique resource, we have built a well-developed value chain based on renewable raw material from our own and others’ forests. We offer packaging paper, pulp, wood products, renewable energy, services for forest owners and efficient transport solutions. 2020 the forest products company SCA had approximately 4,000 employees and sales amounted to approximately SEK 18.4 bn. SCA was founded in 1929 and has its headquarters in Sundsvall, Sweden. More information at www.sca.com.
Sat, 2 May 2009
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Sweden
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WE'RE HERE TO OPEN UP THE CITY. We’re redefining the structure of Metro Manila and beyond, by developing transport solutions that will help move us all along. Some of our efforts are at-grade urban roads, a network of main roads and expressways, an urban and suburban rail network, modernized road-based public transportation, and stronger traffic management.
Tue, 10 Nov 2015
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Be sure to subscribe and hit the notification bell to stay updated! "We're dedicated to making the logistically impossible a reality." We believe you need the right tool for the job, and we’ve spent the last decade developing innovative transport solutions for: • Disaster Relief & Recovery • Emergency Management • Shipping Container Transport & Relocation • Portable Storage & Warehousing • Building & Construction • Industrial Services and countless other applications. On this channel, we plan to share videos of our products in action, help to answer your questions, and show you what's possible. We never stop improving, and this has led us to create products that break the barriers to what is possible. ContainGo Products: • The Mobilizer Trailer • Flat Rack for Mobilizer Trailers • Shipping Container End Wheels • Shipping Container Attachment Pins Website: http://www.containgo.com
Thu, 17 Sep 2015
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United States
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Spécialiste en solutions de transport, tels que supports de toit et boîte de transport adaptée aux véhicules. Specialist in transport solutions such as roof racks and transport boxes for vehicles.
Tue, 18 Jan 2011
533 412
Canada
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Schneider is North America's premier provider of transportation, shipping, and logistics. We serve more than two-thirds of the Fortune 500 companies as their premier provider of transportation and logistics services. Industry leaders in Freight Technology and innovation, we offer one of the broadest portfolios in the transportation and logistics industry, provide Regional and Long-Haul Truckload and LTL shipping, Expedited (time-sensitive and high-value transportation), Dedicated transportation solutions, Bulk, Intermodal, Brokerage, Warehousing, Supply Chain Management, Port Logistics, Global Logistics Solutions and more. Our YouTube channel is https://www.youtube.com/c/Schneider1 Contact Schneider at [email protected], follow us on Twitter at @WeAreSchneider and LinkedIn at linkedin.com/company/Schneider.
Tue, 31 May 2016
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United States