Submit a Manuscript

Publishing with us to make your research visible to the widest possible audience.

Propose a Special Issue

Building a community of authors and readers to discuss the latest research and develop new ideas.

Determination of Promising Directions for the Development of Geographic Information Systems in the Operation of Vehicles

Modern conditions of operation of vehicles determine the need to control this process in real time. All participants in the operational process are interested in such data. The customer of the ride requires information about the location of the vehicle and its estimated time of arrival. The carrier and the state traffic safety authorities need to monitor compliance with the operating rules and the traffic schedule. The article provides a critical analysis of the modern use of geographic information systems in the operation of vehicles. To achieve this result, scientific publications of 2021 were used, which were placed in the world scientometric databases. Such selection criteria among the variety of published scientific works allow using the most significant achievements of the modern scientific society. As a result of studying modern scientific thought in the described issues and a systematic analysis of the results obtained by scientists, promising directions for the development of geographic information systems in the operation of transport means were established. Solved and unsolved problems of modern processes in the operation of transport means are determined. As a result of the work, the scientific and practical relevance of the use of monitoring systems for the operation of transport means when using geoinformation technologies has been proven.

Operation of Vehicles, Geographic Information Systems, Transport Management, Modeling of Transport Processes

Dolia Olena, Dolia Konstantin. (2022). Determination of Promising Directions for the Development of Geographic Information Systems in the Operation of Vehicles. Communications, 10(1), 1-4.

Copyright © 2022 Authors retain the copyright of this article.
This article is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License ( which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

1. Akyurek, E., Bolat, P. (2021). Ranking port state control detention remarks: Professional judgement and spatial overview. European Transport Research Review, 13 (1) doi: 10.1186/s12544-021-00480-8.
2. Żochowska, R., Jacyna, M., Kłos, M. J., Soczówka, P. (2021). A GIS-based method of the assessment of spatial integration of bike-sharing stations. Sustainability (Switzerland), 13 (7) doi: 10.3390/su13073894.
3. Gupta, R., Pena-Bello, A., Streicher, K. N., Roduner, C., Thöni, D., Patel, M. K., Parra, D. (2021). Spatial analysis of distribution grid capacity and costs to enable massive deployment of PV, electric mobility and electric heating. Applied Energy, 287 doi: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2021.116504.
4. Woldesemayat, E. M., Genovese, P. V. (2021). Monitoring urban expansion and urban green spaces change in addis ababa: Directional and zonal analysis integrated with landscape expansion index. Forests, 12 (4) doi: 10.3390/f12040389.
5. Van Ginkel, K. C. H., Dottori, F., Alfieri, L., Feyen, L., Koks, E. E. (2021). Flood risk assessment of the european road network. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 21 (3), 1011-1027. doi: 10.5194/nhess-21-1011-2021.
6. Massaro, A., Rossetti, S. (2021). Comparing proximity for couples of close airports. case studies on city-airports in the pre COVID-19. Journal of Air Transport Management, 91 doi: 10.1016/j.jairtraman.2020.101977.
7. Borhani, M. (2021). Evolutionary multi-objective network optimization algorithm in trajectory planning. Ain Shams Engineering Journal, 12 (1), 677-686. doi: 10.1016/j.asej.2020.07.001.
8. Carroll, P., Benevenuto, R., Caulfield, B. (2021). Identifying hotspots of transport disadvantage and car dependency in rural ireland. Transport Policy, 101, 46-56. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2020.11.004.
9. Shach-pinsly, D., Ganor, T. (2021). A new approach for assessing secure and vulnerable areas in central urban neighborhoods based on social-groups’ analysis. Sustainability (Switzerland), 13 (3), 1-25. doi: 10.3390/su13031174.
10. Sahitya, K. S., Prasad, C. S. R. K. (2021). GIS-based urban road network accessibility modeling using MLR, ANN and ANFIS methods. Transport and Telecommunication, 22 (1), 15-28. doi: 10.2478/ttj-2021-0002.
11. Rybarczyk, G., Shaker, R. R. (2021). Predicting bicycle-on-board transit choice in a university environment. Sustainability (Switzerland), 13 (2), 1-16. doi: 10.3390/su13020512.
12. Goliszek, S. (2021). GIS tools and programming languages for creating models of public and private transport potential accessibility in szczecin, poland. Journal of Geographical Systems, 23 (1), 115-137. doi: 10.1007/s10109-020-00337-z.
13. Stanek, R., Kusendová, D., Horňák, M. (2021). Slovakia’s territory accessibility model design methodology based on daily car-traffic intensity using geoinformation tools. [Metodika tvorby modelu dostupnosti územia slovenska na báze dennej intenzity automobilovej dopravy s využitím geoinformačných nástrojov] Geograficky Casopis, 73 (1), 63-81. doi: 10.31577/geogrcas.2021.73.1.04.
14. Ruangchoengchum, P., Uriyapongson, S. (2021). Transportation cost reduction for the native beef trade using the network analysis technique in sisaket province. Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences, 42 (1), 9-14. doi: 10.34044/j.kjss.2021.42.1.02.
15. Nelson, T., Ferster, C., Laberee, K., Fuller, D., Winters, M. (2021). Crowdsourced data for bicycling research and practice. Transport Reviews, 41 (1), 97-114. doi: 10.1080/01441647.2020.1806943[1].
16. Kostiantyn, D. (2017). Influence of the Seasonal Factor on the Long-Distance Passenger Correspondence. American Journal of Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, 2 (4), 96-101.
17. Dolya, C. V. (2017). Gravity Model Formalization for Parameter Calculation of Intercity Passenger Transport Correspondence. SCIENCE & TECHNIQUE, 16 (5), 437-443.
18. Dolia, K., Davidich, Y., Dolia, O., Lyfenko, S., & Uhodnikova, O. (2017). Modeling of polygons of maximum passenger route transport accessibility by the example of the transport system of Ukraine. Technology audit and production reserves, 6 (2 (38)), 28-33.
19. Kostiantyn, D. (2017). Variativity of the Transport System at Intercity Passenger Transport from the Demand. International Journal of Data Science and Analysis, 3 (6), 77.
20. Dolya, C., Botsman, A., & Kozhyna, V. (2017). Investigation of approaches to modeling of intercity passenger transportation system. Technology audit and production reserves, 4 (2 (36)), 24-28.
21. Dolya, C. (2017). Modeling of intercity passenger transportation system. Technology audit and production reserves, (2 (2)), 37-43.
22. Grigorova T., DavIdIch Yu., Dolya V. (2015). Assessment of elasticity of demand for services of suburban road passenger transport. Technology audit and production reserves. 3. 2 (23). 13–16.
23. Dolya, C. (2017). Modeling of passenger transport correspondence between regional centers in Ukraine. Technology audit and production reserves, 1 (2 (33)), 44-48.
24. Galkin, A., Dolia, C., & Davidich, N. (2017). The Role of Consumers in Logistics Systems. Transportation Research Procedia, 27, 1187-1194.
25. Skrypin, V., Galkin, A., Kush, Y., & Dolia, V. (2016). Influence of international transport corridors on transportation service. Logistyka, (3), 56-64.
26. Dolia, V., Kush, Y., & Galkin, A. (2014). Several logistics chains transportation services approach by single transport company. Journal L'Association 1901 “SEPIKE, 4, 86-90.
27. Kostiantyn, D., Olena, D., Sergey, L., & Anastasiia, B. (2018). Management of Freight Transport Projects in Cities in Assessing Their Effectiveness. Software Engineering, 6 (2), 63.
28. Dolia Kostiantyn, Dolia Olena, Lyfenko Sergey, Botsman Anastasiia. Management of Freight Transport Projects in Cities in Assessing Their Effectiveness. Software Engineering. Vol. 6, No. 2, 2018, pp. 63-68. doi: 10.11648/
30. Gyulyev, N., & Dolia, C. (2017). The Issue of Probability of Traffic Road Accident on the Elements of the Transport Network. American Journal of Social Science Research, 3 (5), 17-24.
31. Galkin, A., & Dolya, C. (2017). Influencing financial flows on logistics technology solutions (case study on transportation mode selection). Prace Naukowe Politechniki Warszawskiej. Transport.