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A Selection Method of Implementation Area for Emergency Vehicle Preemption System Using Dispatch Data Analysis
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 Title & Authors
A Selection Method of Implementation Area for Emergency Vehicle Preemption System Using Dispatch Data Analysis
Sung, Joong Gi; Ha, Dongik;
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 Abstract
Emergency Vehicle Preemption(EVP) is an operation method which helps to improve response condition of Emergency Vehicle(EV) and it has not yet been introduced in Korea. In order to implement the system, it requires step-by-step plan and selecting a priority area for trial operation. Since a municipal government such as Seoul is too large so it is limited in time and cost to analyze the whole area. Therefore, quantitative and effective selection method for priority area is critical. The aim of this study is to propose a selection method of implementation area for EVP system using the dispatch data analysis. This study also determined the priority area for EVP implementation by analyzing the dispatch data in Seoul and conducted a simulation to evaluate the effects of implementing EVP.
 Keywords
Emergency Vehicle(EV);Emergency Vehicle Preemption(EVP);Golden time;Dispatch data;
 Language
Korean
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