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Establishing the Methodology of Economic Analysis to Take into Account Opportunistic Valuation for a Radio Communication & Train Control System
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Establishing the Methodology of Economic Analysis to Take into Account Opportunistic Valuation for a Radio Communication & Train Control System
Cho, Shin-hyung; Seo, Young-hyun; Kho, Seung-young; Rhee, Sung-mo;
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 Abstract
Development of a train wireless signal control system using LTE-R technology is expected to have a great ripple effect to the existing signal control market. To make inroads into the international market, it is an urgent issue to practicalize the train wireless signal control system. Because it will require a huge budget to commercialize the wireless signal control system, it is necessary to analyze the feasibility beforehand, with a consideration of the domestic and foreign marketability and the impact on related industries. This study investigated the effect of the practicalization of train control system on future railway and national industrial sectors. We suggested the establishment of a framework for economic feasibility analysis, one that can provide criteria for opportunistic valuation. We also verified this framework through case analysis.
 Keywords
KRTCS(Korea radio train control system);Input-output table;Economic feasibility;Economic ripple-effect;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
열차간 통신 기반 열차자율주행시스템을 위한 공유자원 분배방안과 간격제어 알고리즘,오세찬;조영종;

한국통신학회논문지, 2017. vol.42. 9, pp.1781-1791 crossref(new window)
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