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Use of electronic travel diaries and vehicle instrumentation packages in the year 2000 : Atlanta Regional Household Travel Survey

By Jean Wolf, Randall Guensler, Simon Washington and Lawrence Frank

Abstract

The Georgia Institute of Technology is currently performing research that will result in the development and deployment of three instrumentation packages that allow for automated capture of personal travel-related data for a given time period (up to 10 days).\ud These three packages include: A handheld electronic travel diary (ETD) with Global Positioning System (GPS) capabilities to capture trip information for all modes of travel; A comprehensive electronic travel monitoring system (CETMS), which includes an ETD, a rugged laptop computer, a GPS receiver and antenna, and an onboard engine monitoring system, to capture all trip and vehicle information; and a passive GPS receiver, antenna, and data logger to capture vehicle trips only

Topics: 120504 Land Use and Environmental Planning, 120506 Transport Planning, 170199 Psychology not elsewhere classified
Publisher: Transportation Research Board
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:37609
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