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Publisher: Reston, Va. : American Society of Civil Engineers, ©2005.
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This collection of 70 technical papers presents current practices and future trends in APM planning, engineering, implementation, and operation. Topics include: airport APMs; planning and operations; Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) systems; other APM systems; and urban projects.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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International Conference on Automated People Movers (10th : 2005 : Orlando, Fla.).
Automated people movers 2005.
[Reston, Va.] : American Society of Civil Engineers, ©2005
(OCoLC)60707538
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 63519461
Notes: Title from Web page (viewed July 17, 2012).
"Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Automated People Movers, May 1-4, 2005, Orlando, Florida, USA."
Description: 1 online resource (various pagings) : illustrations (some color), maps (some color)
Contents: What's in the Pipeline? : A Preface to ASCE APM 05 Conference and Proceedings --
Roped Automatic People Mover Systems --
DFW APM : Innovative Solutions to Success --
Oakland Airport Connector: Pushing the Design-Build Envelope --
Cost Efficient Solutions for Airport Mobility Needs --
Los Angeles International Airport APM Planning --
Trends in Airport Automated People Movers --
Planning the Oakland Airport Connector Alignment to Enhance Passenger Service --
Automated People Mover Procurements in a Mature Industry --
A New Generation of a Cable Propelled APM System at Toronto Pearson International Airport in Canada --
Airport Landside Mobility : APM Implementation Issues --
System Modeling and Simulation vs. Installation Performance --
Atlanta CONRAC Automated People Mover: Potential Industry Trends or Just Local Preferences? --
Right-Sizing Airport Automated People Movers --
Strategic Project Optimizing Advice for the Miami International Airport Connector --
Airtrain JFK : The First Nine Months of Operations --
More than Just a Maintenance Facility: The DFW Airport Maintenance & Storage Facility --
FLL Airport / Port Everglades APM and Intermodal Center : Feasibility Analysis --
MIA Mover : Post 9/11 Project Strategy --
Zero to Sixty: Managing the Design, Construction and Implementation of the World's Largest Airport Automated People Mover --
Introducing Innovia APM Technology to the World --
Ride-Sharing on PRT --
Major Automated Guideway Transit Systems for American Cities --
Potential of APMs as Line Haul Systems in Developing Nations: A Case Study : Sky Bus Metro Technology --
A Face Lift for the Bellagio-Monte Carlo People Mover --
Detroit People Mover: Past, Present and Uncertain Future : Lessons Learned --
Challenges of Aging APMs --
Automated Guideway Transit Compendium and Its Educational Role in Technology Classification --
Comparative Analyses of APM and LRT Systems for Medium-Capacity Guideway Transit Applications --
The Automated People Mover's Role in Airport Security --
Optimizing AGT Applications through Demand-Responsive Control Systems --
Copenhagen Driverless Metro: A Significant Operation and Maintenance Experience --
Optimal Planning of Transit Routes for Large Cities --
Willingness-to-Pay for Personal Rapid Transit in the City of Almelo --
Detroit People Mover: Automatic Train Control Upgrade (ATCU) Project --
Impact of Light Rail on Megacenter Growth in Downtown Houston --
ParkShuttle II: Review of the Antibes Experiment --
The Design, Operation and Benefits of an Optimized PRT System --
Three Financial and Socio-Economic Assessments of a Personal Rapid Transit System --
Critical Review of the Personal Rapid Transit Literature --
Personal Rapid Transit Applications at Airports --
PRT: A High-Quality, Cost-Efficient and Sustainable Public Transport System for Kungens Kurva --
Incremental Improvements to the Morgantown PRT --
Software Control for an APM System --
A New Public Transport System that Bridges the Gap between Cars and Rail: IMTS --
Aeromobile-Aeroduct Automated People Movers (AAAPM) --
Siemens Free Propagation Radio Transmission System for APMs --
The M3 Maglev People Mover: Suspension, Propulsion and Guideways --
Conservation of Electrical Energy for Automated Transportation Systems --
Open-Standards Radio Based Train Control Proven for APMs --
New Steering System of Automated People Mover --
Radio Based Train Control Systems for the APM Market --
Integrating Three-Dimensional Elevator Systems --
Real Time Onboard CCTV Technology Proven and Available --
A New Direction for the Developmental Scenario of the Mega-APM Systems --
High Speed / Long Haul APM Network Opportunities --
The M3 Maglev People Mover: Vehicle Design and System Control --
Energy Efficient and Demand-Driven Operation of Automated Rapid Transit Systems --
Dynamics of Automated People Mover Vehicle in Earthquake --
Dynamics of Actively Steered Automated People Mover Vehicle --
The VAL of Torino, First Italian Driverless Automatic Metro --
An Overview of the Neihu Rapid Transit System: Taipei, Taiwan --
New Driverless Metro in Brescia: Construction Update --
Indianapolis People Mover : 2004 Project of the Year --
New Solution for Urban Traffic: Small-Type Monorail System --
ANSALDO Driverless System Product : New Applications --
Siemens VAL Solution in Torino : The First Driverless Metro in Italy --
Las Vegas Monorail Innovations --
The Opening of Okinawa Urban Monorail --
The West Kowloon Cultural District Automated People Mover --
Barcelona Line 9 : The First Driverless Metro in Spain.
Other Titles: Moving to mainstream

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