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  • Asphalt mixtures with a high amount of RAP – case study 

    Koudelka, Tomáš; Varaus, Michal (IOP Publishing, 2017-11-15)
    A case study of one trial section in the Pilsen region is presented. The pavement in the section was newly constructed in 2015 using one type of an asphalt concrete mixtures with varying RAP content. The constructed surface ...
  • Automatic Vehicle Trajectory Extraction For Traffic Analysis From Aerial Video Data 

    Apeltauer, Jiří; Herman, David; Babinec, Adam; Apeltauer, Tomáš (International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2015-03-25)
    This paper presents a new approach to simultaneous detection and tracking of vehicles moving through an intersection in aerial images acquired by an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Detailed analysis of spatial and temporal ...
  • Issues of using Longer Heavier Vehicles on Roads 

    Matuszková, Radka; Heczko, Michal; Čepil, Jiří; Radimský, Michal (IOP Publishing, 2018-04-13)
    Many logistics companies aim to save on freight costs. Recently, not only on Czech roads and on motorways, longer and heavier vehicles that exceed dimensions' limits appeared. For these vehicles, it is necessary to apply ...
  • Portable Telematic System as an Effective Traffic Flow Management in Workzones 

    Ščerba, Marek; Apeltauer, Tomáš; Apeltauer, Jiří (Transport and Telecommunication Institute, 2015-04-18)
    Traffic infrastructure localities with temporal restrictions for example due to reconstructions, or modernization, are important aspects influencing the traffic safety and traffic flow. On the basis of our research, we can ...
  • Urban Commuting and Daytime Population In Small Areas of a Metropolis: A Case Study of Brno, Czech Republic 

    Akkerman, Abraham; Kudrna, Jan; Apeltauer, Tomáš (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, 2009-06-18)
    A simplified modelling approach to urban commuting patterns is achieved by focusing on daytime populations ratherthan on commuters, or on the commuting process itself.
  • Validation of Microscopic Traffic Models Based on GPS Precise Measurement of Vehicle Dynamics 

    Apeltauer, Tomáš; Macur, Jiří; Holcner, Petr; Radimský, Michal (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, 2013-03-13)
    In this article we discuss validation of selected microscopic traffic models, based on the comparison of simulated vehicle dynamics with observed dynamic characteristics of vehicles recorded by the precise geodetic GPS equipment.