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Trends in the Development of Information Systems for Transport Management

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Transport management is one of the key element of successful and efficient organization of logistic processes within companies (Rydzkowski, Wojewódzka-Król, 2010). The primary purpose of this article is to present results of authors' study on the existing and modern concepts, tools and techniques of transport management. The analysis is based on research priorities specified by the European Logistics Technology Platform ALICE and relating to the Physical Internet and the Internet of Things concepts. Survey, desk research and real case study results were used in the paper. Finally, assumptions of modern IT tool for transport management were presented in the last chapter. (original abstract)
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