Chip number vehicle applications as part of Internet of Things (IoT)
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AbstractThe city of Jakarta as the capital of the Republic of Indonesia in 2015 the number of motor vehicles as many as 17,523,967 units dominated by two-wheeled vehicles with the amount of 13,084,372 units. It was followed by private cars with 3,226,009 units, 673,661 units of freight cars, 362,066 units of buses and 137,859 units of special vehicles, while the road growth was only 0.01 percent so it was not comparable with the number of vehicles. One way to break down congestion in Jakarta is the reduction in the number of motor vehicles such as three in one for four-wheeled vehicles, the implementation of electronic road pricing (ERP), and the reduction in the number of motorcycles. The reduction in the number of motorcycles aims to reduce traffic density while reducing the number of traffic accidents
CitationMudjanarko, S. W. et al (2017) 'Chip number vehicle applications as part of Internet of Things (IoT) ' Chapter 10 in Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure, Malasia: Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia.
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