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"Artificial Intelligence. Intelligent Transport Systems” (Be-Safe 2016)

   The International scientific and technical conference “Artificial Intelligence. Intelligent transport systems ”(Be-Safe 2016) took place on May 25-28, 2016 in the city of Brest, Belarus. The conference was organized by: Brest State Technical University, Belarusian Research Institute of Transport, Belarusian State University of Transport, Belarusian National Technical University, Institute of Artificial Intelligence Problems, Kyiv, Ukraine, Sapienza University of Rome, Longhborough University (LOUGH), United Kingdom, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece. The conference was opened by a member of the conference program committee Shut Vasyl Mykolayovych.

  In his speech, he told about the emerging paradigm of traffic management, unmanned vehicles with the use of artificial intelligence, information technology, new technical means of communication and electronic networks, which will increase transport safety, reduce transportation costs, increase comfort for users, new services will appear. But at the same time there are problems with the certification of new unmanned vehicles, interaction between human and unmanned vehicles, problems with unmanned vehicles and road accidents, and legal relationships. For instance, Vienna Convention prohibits the operation of unmanned vehicles. The developers of unmanned vehicles are optimistic about the future and are confident that progress can not be stopped and technical, scientific and legal issues will be solved. Speakers at the plenary session were: Golovko VA, Ph.D., Professor, Head of the Department of Information Technology and foreign participants from Italy, Greece, Great Britain and Ukraine.

Laura Persia Centro di riceca il Transporto e la Logistica “Sapienza” University of Rome, Rome, Italy

  The topics of the reports covered a wide range of problems in the field of transport, which can be solved only through the use of modern artificial intelligence and new information technologies, from the use of innovative gadgets for cyclists and public transport to intelligent control of convoys of trucks and individual drones, including unmanned aerial vehicles and mobile robots for emergencies.

George Yannis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Robotic platform based on the Belarus 132H minitractor.

The Institute of Artificial Intelligence Problems presented Intelligence technology of video motion detection (ITVMD), which aroused great interest among foreign and Belarusian colleagues. As a result of communication with foreign and Belarusian scientists, agreements were reached on cooperation and joint participation in international grants on the use of artificial intelligence in the field of unmanned vehicle control.

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