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  • Truck Terminal and Corridor Performance Analysis | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    data of a large sample of trucks along 25 interstate corridors While the data available on the web consists mainly of processed average speed information ATRI agreed to provide 2 months worth of raw GPS data to the University of Memphis and VECTOR The raw data consist of truck GPS positions recorded once every 5 15 minutes with a unique ID number for the truck a timestamp and speed The unique ID numbers may be linked together to identify the route s taken by a given truck on a given day VECTOR researchers provided technical assistance in analyzing the raw ATRI GPS truck data in achieving the following goals Development of GIS based models to convert the raw data into useful terminal and corridor usage data Provide key indicators of performance for truck parking and rest areas throughout TN GIS based analysis of Tennessee truck corridors with a particular focus on state line crossings Validate previous work primarily low bridge clearances conducted in developing truck specific alternate routes This project has been completed however owing to the confidential nature of the data the report will only be released once approved by ATRI Dr James Dobbins was the principal investigator of this project The work was supported by the Intermodal Freight Transportation Institute IFTI at the University of Memphis Back Home Completed Research Projects Inland Marine Transportation Data Collection Using Automatic Identification Systems Intermodal Freight GIS Network Baseline of the US National Freight System National Scan of Freight Capacity Safety and Security Issues phases I and II Freight Analysis Network Development Intermodal Freight Curriculum Development Freight Analysis Network Terminal Capacity Estimation Tennessee Highway Route Risk Assessments I 40 Trucking Operations and Safety Analysis Enterprise Risk Management Needs Assessment Protocol Intermodal GIS Network Risk Assessment Coastal Maritime Risk Assessments The Phases of

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/currentresearch/research-archives/truck-terminal-and-corridor-performance-analysis/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Mining AIS Data for Improved Vessel Trip Analysis Capabilities | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    project will develop a methodology for processing AIS data from multiple sites in near real time as well as develop a capability to support ad hoc data query Such analyses can identify high risk and high traffic locations generate better travel time estimates detect vessel arrivals identify key traffic areas for investment and enhancement enable terminal operators to better manage their operations and in general lead to a better understanding of vessel traffic within a given area Benefits of AIS automation include increased levels of information regarding boat location and trajectory which supports safer waterway operations more efficient lock operation and lead times and increased shipping efficiencies as waterway traffic is better understood and managed Key research tasks include installing additional shore based AIS antennas at strategically selected Great Lakes and inland waterway locations and developing the server and database management system that can quickly receive and process the data from multiple sites Vanderbilt University recently completed a 6 month study of inland AIS data at an Ingram Barge Company facility in Paducah Kentucky in 2011 Despite the complex river port configuration Paducah is located at the meeting of the Cumberland Ohio and Tennessee Rivers researchers successfully deployed models to generate useful trip data as well as detect vessel operations such as fleeting docking and lockages The Ingram Barge Company is in the process of installing another AIS antenna at Reserve LA located between Baton Rouge and New Orleans LA This location is expected to produce more data as AIS carriage is required on this section of the Mississippi River and additional challenges owing to the mix of inland and deepwater vessel traffic The Paducah antenna remains operational Several analytical approaches will be followed Correlation of AIS trip data with significant and extreme weather events high low water conditions reduced visibility high winds etc Use of additional data sources e g Corpslocks XML web service to generate additional information and trip data beyond AIS coverage areas Vessel type and size distribution in AIS antenna coverage areas Compilation and aggregation of vessel traffic figures in key areas to document needs for infrastructure investment Statistical analysis of vessel speeds through AIS antenna coverage areas Automated detection of vessel arrivals and departures at dock and terminal facilities along with terminal dwell times Automated detection of vessel stop events e g lightering queuing fleeting areas etc within harbor facilities Relation of vessel stop events to navigation points of interest This project is being funded by CFIRE with matching support from the Ingram Barge Company Dr James Dobbins is the principal investigator Back Home Completed Research Projects Inland Marine Transportation Data Collection Using Automatic Identification Systems Intermodal Freight GIS Network Baseline of the US National Freight System National Scan of Freight Capacity Safety and Security Issues phases I and II Freight Analysis Network Development Intermodal Freight Curriculum Development Freight Analysis Network Terminal Capacity Estimation Tennessee Highway Route Risk Assessments I 40 Trucking Operations and Safety Analysis Enterprise Risk Management Needs Assessment Protocol Intermodal GIS Network

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/currentresearch/research-archives/mining-ais-data-for-improved-vessel-trip-analysis-capabilities/ (2016-02-16)
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  • U.S. Foreign Waterborne Cargo Data System: phase II | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    built a first generation information system and international waterway network to support the analysis of cargo flows between US ports coastal districts and foreign ports countries and regions All kinds of publicly available import and export data will be made available in an easy to use web interface The focus of the second phase of this work is to publish the pages using ASP NET and Microsoft Silverlight Technology add more information on domestic water operations inland waterways migrate the database to an Oracle 11g platform and develop a user registration page to monitor use of the system Dr James Dobbins is the principal investigator of this project Back Home Completed Research Projects Inland Marine Transportation Data Collection Using Automatic Identification Systems Intermodal Freight GIS Network Baseline of the US National Freight System National Scan of Freight Capacity Safety and Security Issues phases I and II Freight Analysis Network Development Intermodal Freight Curriculum Development Freight Analysis Network Terminal Capacity Estimation Tennessee Highway Route Risk Assessments I 40 Trucking Operations and Safety Analysis Enterprise Risk Management Needs Assessment Protocol Intermodal GIS Network Risk Assessment Coastal Maritime Risk Assessments The Phases of Emergency Management The Recovery Phase of Emergency Management Freight Transportation and Emergency Management Profiles of 3 Stakeholder Groups Safety Security and Capacity of Critical Rail Corridors U S Freight Investment Efficiency Phase I Spatial Analysis of Safety and Security Vulnerability During Transport of Hazardous Materials Network Analysis of Freight Diversion and Capacity Issues in Tennessee Regional Traffic and Safety Information Dissemination Phase 2 Intermodal Freight Network User Interface Development U S Foreign Waterborne Cargo Data System phase II Mining AIS Data for Improved Vessel Trip Analysis Capabilities Truck Terminal and Corridor Performance Analysis CAIT 10 Inland Marine Transportation Analytics Phase II US Foreign Waterborne Cargo Data System TDOT SmartWay Information

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/currentresearch/research-archives/u-s-foreign-waterborne-cargo-data-system-phase-ii/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Intermodal Freight Network – User Interface Development | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    to mode transfer penalties and terminal dwell times and risk related information e g population density along each network link are among the attributes of this network Routing solutions may be computed that minimize these attributes though the routing must be performed using standard TransCAD menus and an end user must be very proficient with the software to generate meaningful results The purpose of this technology transfer project is to create a custom web based interface that an end user can use to easily route intermodal shipments through the network adjust transfer delays at terminals and export results to a geographic file format for visualization and use in analyses presentations and reports The intended audience is state departments of transportation and metropolitan planning organizations MPOs This project is being funded by the Intermodal Freight Transportation Institute at the University of Memphis Dr James Dobbins is the principal investigator Back Home Completed Research Projects Inland Marine Transportation Data Collection Using Automatic Identification Systems Intermodal Freight GIS Network Baseline of the US National Freight System National Scan of Freight Capacity Safety and Security Issues phases I and II Freight Analysis Network Development Intermodal Freight Curriculum Development Freight Analysis Network Terminal Capacity Estimation Tennessee Highway Route Risk Assessments I 40 Trucking Operations and Safety Analysis Enterprise Risk Management Needs Assessment Protocol Intermodal GIS Network Risk Assessment Coastal Maritime Risk Assessments The Phases of Emergency Management The Recovery Phase of Emergency Management Freight Transportation and Emergency Management Profiles of 3 Stakeholder Groups Safety Security and Capacity of Critical Rail Corridors U S Freight Investment Efficiency Phase I Spatial Analysis of Safety and Security Vulnerability During Transport of Hazardous Materials Network Analysis of Freight Diversion and Capacity Issues in Tennessee Regional Traffic and Safety Information Dissemination Phase 2 Intermodal Freight Network User Interface Development U

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/currentresearch/research-archives/intermodal-freight-network-user-interface-development/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Hiba Baroud presented a poster at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    Academics Traffic Lab Links Contact Us Home Uncategorized Hiba Baroud presented a poster at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting Hiba Baroud presented a poster at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting Posted by hastyc on Monday January 4 2016 in Uncategorized Hiba Baroud was at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting held in Arlington VA http www sra org events sra 2015 annual meeting She presented a poster on the prediction of global supply chain disruptions using Bayesian techniques and she was elected secretary treasurer of the Engineering Infrastructure Specialty Group Of interest were topics related to considering risk analysis as its own field of science and the focus of research on its foundations A round table on risk and resilience identified research gaps in social resilience and risk communications Comments are closed Back Home Recent News Hiba Baroud presented a poster at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the Transportation Research Board to its new Section on Transportation Systems Resilience 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the National Research Council to the TRB Committee for the Study of Domestic Transportation

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/2016/01/hiba-baroud-presented-a-poster-at-the-society-for-risk-analysis-annual-meeting/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Craig E Philip has been appointed by the Transportation Research Board to its new Section on Transportation Systems Resilience | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    and Infrastructure A Leadership Summit Mining AIS Data for Improved Vessel Trip Analysis Capabilities Regional Traffic and Safety Information Dissemination Phase III Completed Research Projects Academics Traffic Lab Links Contact Us Home Uncategorized Craig E Philip has been appointed by the Transportation Research Board to its new Section on Transportation Systems Resilience Craig E Philip has been appointed by the Transportation Research Board to its new Section on Transportation Systems Resilience Posted by hastyc on Monday January 4 2016 in Uncategorized Craig E Philip has been appointed by the Transportation Research Board to its new Section on Transportation Systems Resilience ABR00 Appointment is from Sep 2015 to April 2018 Comments are closed Back Home Recent News Hiba Baroud presented a poster at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the Transportation Research Board to its new Section on Transportation Systems Resilience 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the National Research Council to the TRB Committee for the Study of Domestic Transportation of Petroleum Natural Gas and Ethanol 1 4 16 Craig E Philip presented paper at the 5th SmartRivers Conference Buenos Aires Argentina Sept 9 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/2016/01/craig-e-philip-has-been-appointed-by-the-transportation-research-board-to-its-new-section-on-transportation-systems-resilience/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Craig E Philip has been appointed by the National Research Council to the TRB Committee for the Study of Domestic Transportation of Petroleum, Natural Gas, and Ethanol | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    Analysis Capabilities Regional Traffic and Safety Information Dissemination Phase III Completed Research Projects Academics Traffic Lab Links Contact Us Home Uncategorized Craig E Philip has been appointed by the National Research Council to the TRB Committee for the Study of Domestic Transportation of Petroleum Natural Gas and Ethanol Craig E Philip has been appointed by the National Research Council to the TRB Committee for the Study of Domestic Transportation of Petroleum Natural Gas and Ethanol Posted by hastyc on Monday January 4 2016 in Uncategorized Craig E Philip has been appointed by the National Research Council to the TRB Committee for the Study of Domestic Transportation of Petroleum Natural Gas and Ethanol Appointment is from Dec 2015 thru April 2017 Comments are closed Back Home Recent News Hiba Baroud presented a poster at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the Transportation Research Board to its new Section on Transportation Systems Resilience 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the National Research Council to the TRB Committee for the Study of Domestic Transportation of Petroleum Natural Gas and Ethanol 1 4 16 Craig E Philip presented paper

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/2016/01/craig-e-philip-has-been-appointed-by-the-national-research-council-to-the-trb-committee-for-the-study-of-domestic-transportation-of-petroleum-natural-gas-and-ethanol/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Craig E.Philip presented paper at the 5th SmartRivers Conference, Buenos Aires Argentina, Sept 9, 2015 | Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency (VECTOR) | Vanderbilt University
    Mining AIS Data for Improved Vessel Trip Analysis Capabilities Regional Traffic and Safety Information Dissemination Phase III Completed Research Projects Academics Traffic Lab Links Contact Us Home Uncategorized Craig E Philip presented paper at the 5th SmartRivers Conference Buenos Aires Argentina Sept 9 2015 Craig E Philip presented paper at the 5th SmartRivers Conference Buenos Aires Argentina Sept 9 2015 Posted by hastyc on Monday January 4 2016 in Uncategorized Craig E Philip presented paper coauthored with Katherine Nelson and Janey Camp Navigable Inland Waterway Transportation Modelling A conceptual Framework and Modeling Approach for Consideration of Climate Change Induced Extreme Weather Events at the 5 th SmartRivers Conference Buenos Aires Argentina Sept 9 2015 Comments are closed Back Home Recent News Hiba Baroud presented a poster at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the Transportation Research Board to its new Section on Transportation Systems Resilience 1 4 16 Craig E Philip has been appointed by the National Research Council to the TRB Committee for the Study of Domestic Transportation of Petroleum Natural Gas and Ethanol 1 4 16 Craig E Philip presented paper at the 5th SmartRivers Conference Buenos

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/vector/2016/01/craig-e-philip-presented-paper-at-the-5th-smartrivers-conference-buenos-aires-argentina-sept-9-2015/ (2016-02-16)
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