Developing the tool for assessing resiliance and safety climateaspects in the transport and mining companies


Prof. Dr. Ivan Mihajlović
University of Belgrade
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Belgrade


Abstract: This manuscript is presenting the process of development of the original software application, e.g. the tool, to be used in the process of assessment of the resilience level and the safety climate aspects in the industrial organizations in the transport and mining sector. The initial data that was used to develop the app was collected using the questionnaire in which employees, segmented in five different organizational levels (e.g. transport and mining machines operators, support workers, first line managers, middle level managers and top level managers), were assessing the present state and the importance of each of the investigated safety indicators...

Machine Learning in Intelligent Transportation Systems from the Control and Robotics Prospective 


Prof. Dr. Žarko Ćojbašić
University of Niš
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Niš


Abstract: Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) have become an essential component of urban planning and smart cities, playing a crucial role in enhancing traffic safety, transportation efficiency, energy conservation, and environmental preservation. ITSs encompass a wide array of services and applications, including road traffic management, traveler information systems, public transit system management, autonomous vehicles, and more. However, ITSs also produce various challenges such as scalability, diverse quality-of-service requirements, and the handling of vast data volumes generated. Some important challenges, as well as many features of ITS, are closely tied to control and robotics tasks and applications..

Operational opportunities for reducing aircraft fuel consumption


Prof. Dr. Ljubiša Vasov
University of Belgrade,
Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering

Abstract: Through economic and environmental effects, the rational use of energy resources in air transport represents an important segment of general efforts in global environmental protection. Increasing the energy efficiency of transport aircraft is a complex problem, and the basis of this task is the consumption reduction of jet fuel, designed for use in aircraft powered by different types of gas-turbine engines.
Practically every element of the air transport system has a certain influence in this domain, starting from the manufacturer with the design and production of the aircraft, through the influence of an operator on the efficiency that the aircraft shows in the airlines, to the influence of the traffic environment and air traffic control. In this paper, special attention is given to the direct influence of the operator on the achieved aircraft fuel efficiency in the fleet...