Smart Technology Trends in Industrial and Business Management
This book presents current developments in smart city research and application regarding the management of manufacturing systems, Industry 4.0, transportation, and business management. It suggests approaches to incorporating smart city innovations into manufacturing systems, with an eye towards competitiveness in a global environment. The same pro-innovative approach is then applied to business and cooperation management. The authors also present smart city transportation solutions including vehicle data processing/reporting system, mobile application for fleet managers, bus drivers, bus passengers and special applications for smart city buses like passenger counting system, IP cameras, GPS system etc. The goal of the book is to establish channels of communication and disseminate knowledge among researchers and professionals working on smart city research and application.
- Features contributions on a variety of topics related to smart cities from global researchers and professionals in a wide range of sectors;
- Presents topics relating to smart cities such as manufacturing, business, and transportation;
- Includes expanded selected papers from EAI International Conference on Management of Manufacturing Systems (MMS 2016), EAI Industry of Things and Future Technologies Conference – Mobility IoT 2016 and International Conference on Smart Electric Vehicles and Vehicular Ad-hoc NETworks (SEVNET).
Dagmar Cagáňová is an Associate Professor in Industrial Management at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava Slovakia, where she acts as Vice-Dean for International Projects at the Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava. She is also the co-founder of the European Alliance for Innovation in Slovakia, management committee member of E-COST (European Collaboration in Science and Technology) TN 1301 Sci Generation, the executive committee member in Danubius Academic Consortium (academic network for Integral Innovation), steering committee member of Danube strategy PA 7 Knowledge society-science, research, innovation and ICT for the Slovak Republic. Her professional interests and research topics are mainly focused on Human Resource Management, Intercultural, Knowledge and Innovation Management, Mobility and Smart Cities, Gender Diversity. She is the organizer of many domestic and international conferences, acts as tutor on PhD study programs and has participated in numerous domestic and international projects as team member and as the project head. To date she has published more than 200 publications, 31 in databases WOS and 36 in databases SCOPUS and has over 200 citations, 33 of them in quotation databases WOS and SCOPUS.
Michal Balog is head of Department of Industrial Engineering and Informatics at Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies with a seat in Prešov, TU Košice. His scientific and educational field is oriented on the green logistics, management, quality control and methods of production systems. He is the organizer of many domestic and international conferences, acts as tutor on PhD study programs and has participated in numerous slovak and international projects as team member and as the project head. Most important project is H2020 "Less Than Wagon Load", where he participated as a team member and in the year 2015 he finished project entitled "Promotion & Enhancement of Centre for Research on Transportation” with EU Structural Funds. He is author more than 100 publications in Slovakia and abroad.
Lucia Knapčíková is Associate Professor at the Department of Industrial Engineering and Informatics at the Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies, TU Košice. In 2017 she completed her habilitation at the Faculty in the field "Manufacturing Technologies". Assoc. Prof. Dr. Knapčíková is the author of more than 120 scientific papers in Slovakia and abroad and 6 utility models. She participated in several international research projects, mainly in Germany. Most important project is H2020 in collaboration with Belgium, Germany, Netherland, Italy and Slovakia. She lectured at the universities in the Czech Republic and Croatia. Her area of interest includes utilization of secondary raw materials, technologies of their processing and testing.
Jakub Soviar is an Associate Professor at the University of Žilina in Slovakia. He is part of the Faculty of management science and informatics in the field of management. He is also a member of the Institute of competitiveness and innovations of the University of Žilina. His research activities are focused on cooperation management, marketing management, sociology, social psychology and market research. He was a member of several Slovak, European Union and international research projects (e.g. Central Europe Research to Innovation Models, Central European Research and Development Area, H2020). He is author and co-author of more than 50 publications.
Serkan Mezarcıöz is the R&D Section Manager responsible for the body and chassis construction of buses in Temsa Ulaşım Araçları San. Ve Tic. A.Ş. He graduated from the Çukurova University mechanical engineering department. Then, he completed his master and PhD. studies in the same department. He has been working in TEMSA R&D center as a R&D section manager since 2004.
|Herausgeber||Dagmar Cagáňová, Michal Balog, Lucia Knapčíková, Jakub Soviar, Serkan Mezarcıöz|
|Maße (B)||24.1/16/3.3 cm|
|Auflage||1st ed. 2019|
|Reihe||EAI/Springer Innovations in Communication and Computing|