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Projects

Students choose one of the project listed below. He/she works on the project during the whole study, the work is finished by the diploma thesis.


Master Project

Credits: 2 (1st semester)
Credits: 2 (2nd semester)
Credits: 4 (3rd semester)
Credits: 8 + 22 Master's Thesis (4th semester)

 

Goal of the course: Practical work on the chosen project. Last semester – finishing of work on the chosen project, summarising the project results and their publication in the master thesis.

Course content: Work on the chosen project that is basis for the master thesis. Last semester – master thesis.

 

Student projects for the “Intelligent Transport Systems” study field in the academic year 2022/2023

Applied Information Systems and Technologies in Transportation

Abstract:
Within the project, a whole range of topics can be solved in the design of information systems for transport applications. Students can choose from the following topics: - design of information systems using relational databases - information systems in transport for big data and data streams (NoSQL) - design and programming of applications for PC or mobile platforms - information systems for persons with reduced mobility and orientation - identification and localization of traffic participants - IoT (Internet of Things), iBeacon, and other advanced technologies applicable in transport
Project supervisor:
Kaliková, Krcál, Plašilová, Procházka
Department: K614
Project’s code: 14X2AS

Evolutionary Techniques in Transportation

Abstract:
The goal of the project is to explore possibilities of using genetic algorithms, genetic programming or other evolutionary techniques respectively in the area of solving transportation problems like TSP, location problems, etc. It is possible to explore using evolutionary techniques in problems related to the transportation and telecommunications, especially on the system level (automata and grammar construct, grammar integration etc.). There is also a chance to explore new occasion of GA application in the man-machine interaction area, for example EEG signal analysis.
Project supervisor:
Fábera, Zelenka
Department: K614
Project’s code: 14X2ES

Human and Global Communication

Abstract:
The project is specialized in study of telecommunication networks and services globalization problems. Individual project topics are based on real conditions of telecommunication market in the Czech Republic, telecommunication structures development prognoses and new services innovation in the Czech Republic consistent with the worldwide trend (IMT 2000 system preparation, multifunctional networks of higher transmission rate, metropolitan information systems and their convergention into the global information system, etc.).
Project supervisor:
Lokaj, Šrotýř, Zelinka
Department: K614
Project’s code: 14X2GS

Software applications in aviation industry

Abstract:
The project is focused on application creation in cooperation with CS-SOFT company. The specific applications are possible to program: Air Traffic Noise Analyzer (calculation and view of noise load), Actual Weather Description (viewer) and Light FDP System based on Network Manager. The first phase is the analytic one and next phase id focused on application design, potentially implementation. It is supposed to create desktop or web application.
Project supervisor:
Brandejský, Fábera, Jánešová, Zelenka
Department: K614
Project’s code: 14X2SS

Technology for close space

Abstract:
The aim of this project is to develop recent space technologies aimed at close space, including satellite navigation, dedicated telecommunication and telemectric systems, autonomous intelligent systems, energy harvesting, close space resources monitoring, GIS implementation into this area, co-operative and networking systems etc. The project will be linked to ESA-supported cosmic technologies activities, where the Czech republic has been a prospective partner for several years. The targeting of the project requires students with creative thinking and imagination.
Project supervisor:
Bouchner, Novotný, Orlický, Sliacky, Votruba
Department: K616
Project’s code: 16X2BS

Safe Motorcycle

Abstract:
The project is divided into several parts – safe motorcycle (the aim is to rise the level of active and passive safety of its construction and through the information campaign improve the safe use in transportation), race motorcycle (the aim is to involve the academic staff in motorsport – the activity may result in construction of student race motorbike), ecologic and energy efficient motorbike (the aim is to transfer the most recent knowledge of alternative drive into the construction of motorbikes and perform further research and development) and information campaign (the society shall be informed of the history, present and future of motorbike construction, production and transport – in the end, the campaign shall improve the position of motorbie as a mean of transport and rise its position in society). For study program LOG the project focuses on participation in MotoStudent competition.
Project supervisor:
First, Mík, Molcar, Svoboda, Toman
Department: K616
Project’s code: 16X2CS

Electromobility

Abstract:
The aim of the project is to measure and evaluate the energy flow in the vehicle, the simulation of the electrovehicle and its driving scenarios. Students can deal with specific requirements on electroinstallation. Consumption management in different driving scenarios. Information flow in vehicle.
Project supervisor:
Bouchner, Malý, Novotný, Rozhdestvenskiy, Votruba
Department: K616
Project’s code: 16X2ES

Progressive Methods in Vehicle Design

Abstract:
The project shall make students aware of progressive methods in vehicle development applied in vehicle (generally technical appliances) development. These methods are dedicated to customer need analysis and its application into design (e. g. QFD – Quality Function Deployment), supportive methods in optimalization aimed at cut of material, time, technology, maintanance time ... consumption (e. g. DFA – Design for Assembly, etc.). Furthermore these are methods to foresee possible failures in production stage (e. g. FMEA – Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, a method to find possible failures and its consequences). Students will work on a specific task aimed at part, assembly or unit design. One or combination of more methods according to the individual circumstances will be used in this stage to cope with the specific requirements. Main focus of the tasks will be road transport vehicles. The focus of the projects will be on driver support and autonomous driving. Verification of results will be done on HMI simulators.
Project supervisor:
Kadlecová, Kamrád, Machan, Svoboda, Toman
Department: K616
Project’s code: 16X2NS

Active, Passive Safety and Construction of Vehicles

Abstract:
The project deals with problems of passive and active safety of vehicles and their influence on construction of vehicle and vehicle systems. It covers also problems of legislation, testing and conformity of vehicles within these particular areas. In the project the following areas are studied; vehicle dynamics, stability and control, factors influencing the driver, the crew and the environment. The safety of crew is tested with use of real crash tests. The particular topics are worked out via recherché, construction design, mathematical evaluations, simulations up to the construction of real systems/vehicles or real tests. Project tasks are often done in cooperation with industrial partners like Škoda Auto, TÜV SÜD, Dekra etc.
Project supervisor:
First, Mík, Plomer, Tauberová, Toman
Department: K616
Project’s code: 16X2OS

HMI and interactive simulation in the area of transportation means

Abstract:
"The project deals with interdisciplinary problems of HMI, focused primarily on vehicle drivers. Interactive simulators are the main and effective tools for measurements of HMI. These have been developed within the Driving Simulation Research Group for almost two decades. The project involves all levels of such a research starting with experiment design, specification and design of devices needed for quality measurements (research driving simulators as well) ending with final analyses and classifications. It covers problems of simulations, virtual reality, system analyzes, psycho-physiological measurements, mathematical analytical methods, data mining and data classification. Topics of virtual reality cover mainly modeling and rendering of virtual objects and sceneries, real-time rendering using a modern hardware, creation of spatial sounds, as well as design of particular peripheral devices used within the scope of the virtual reality. Students can practically participate within large spectra of works staring with modeling of 3D testing scenarios up to evaluations and classifications of measured data. The project is tightly coupled with recent research tasks of the department and is done in cooperation with industry partners Škoda-Auto, VW, Dekra Automobil, Pragolet etc."
Project supervisor:
Bouchner, Mashko, Novotný, Orlický, Rozhdestvenskiy
Department: K616
Project’s code: 16X2RS

Automobile Model Road Infrastructure K616

Abstract:
Automobile model road infrastructure will be created upon special requirements of testing and teaching of road transport control infrastructure. Students will participate on design and construction of model road network, intelligent vehicles and control systems.
Project supervisor:
Bouchner
Department: K616
Project’s code: 16X2US

Innovation of Transport Routes

Abstract:
The project is aimed at innovation of construction of transport routes, particularly the railway tracks of the mixed conventional railway system. The goal is to create a framework for Life Cycle Cost (LCC) reduction at simultaneous improvement of RAMS attributes - reliability, availability, maintainability and safety. The project involves thorough analysis of studied problems and use of computational models for stress and deformation analysis of road and railway transport routes. Both analytical models and experimental techniques are used together with advanced computational methods based on finite element analysis. Furthermore optimization of both the transportation routes'''' construction and associated devices according to perspective increase of transport speeds and axle loads are all within the scope of the project.
Project supervisor:
Fíla, Koudelka, Vycichl
Department: K618
Project’s code: 18X2ES

Computational Mechanics in Transport

Abstract:
The project is focused on utilization of modern computational methods for strain and stress analysis in transportation. In the project research is aimed at improving the knowledge of vehicles and their parts, transportation infrastructure, construction materials, etc. Strain and stress analyses of static and dynamic problems are mainly solved using Finite Element Method (FEM) and in this project commercial general purpose FE codes (ANSYS, LS-DYNA) as well as open-source FE codes (Elmer, deal.II, Salome, Impact) are employed. High emphasis is also put on proper interpretation of calculated results a their presentation. In addition to solution of problems using FEM, students will acquire knowledge of various programming or computational languages and applications (Matlab, Octave, Python, etc.) that are commonly used in engineering and scientific field. Moreover, students` work on real-world problems arising from cooperation with reputable companies (AZD, SKODA Transportation, Skoda Auto, etc.) and research institutions (ITAM ASCR, IEAP CTU, etc.).
Project supervisor:
Jiroušek, Neuhäuserová,Vycichl, Zlámal
Department: K618
Project’s code: 18X2PS

Development and optimization of a 3D printed unmanned aerial vehicle

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Project supervisor:
Dvořák, Kolman, Kopačka
Department: K618
Project’s code: 18X2ZS

Advanced Experimental Methods for Engineering Materials and Structures

Abstract:
The project is focused on design of experiments and development of testing devices and software tool at field of experimental mechanics. The workflow is based on development standards of technological companies. Together or on demand of our industrial (AŽD, ŠKODA TRANSPORTATION, ŘSD) and research (VÚZ, ITAM, University of Maribor, Universität des Saarlandes) partners standalone applications or complete solutions in the automotive and aerospace industries, regenerative medicine, and security technologies are developed. High-tech components for automation, control, measurement and signal processing are employed in our solutions. During the team oriented work each team member should join to any part of the development process including set up of the experiment, conceptual and structural design of experimental devices and control units and software development.
Project supervisor:
Doktor, Krcmárová, Kytýr, Šleichrt, Valach
Department: K618
Project’s code: 18X2ZS

Applied urban engineering

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Project supervisor:
Filip, Ivasienko, Tichý
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2AI

Intelligent Street Lighting

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Project supervisors:
Hrubeš, Kekula, Kousal, Purkrábková
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2CS

Traffic information systems and data in transport

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Project supervisor:
Bureš, Langr
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2DY

Electric Vehicle Drives

Abstract:
Joining the project means work on design of electric vehicle or hybrid electric vehicle drive with respect to traffic requirements of vehicle user. Road, railway or waterway vehicle can be considered here. In case of railway the requirements can be stated by infrastructure operator (character of the track, expected operation, etc.). It is possible to work on reconstruction of current vehicles as well as design of the new ones. Contents of the project build also related energetic calculations.
Project supervisors:
Musil, Sadil
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2ES  

Maps and GIS

Abstract:
Application of GIS-technology to system problems of transportation. Analysis and construction of knowledges in GIS, characteristics of development of defined values in time, projection a prediction in environment of GIS (with tools of GIS), applications in tasks for transportation with backing of tools of system engeneering.
Project supervisors:
Borka, Hrubeš, Hummelová, Kekula, Vlčková
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2GS

Fare collection and information systems in public transport

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Project supervisor:
Horažďovský, Jiráček, Langr, Sliacky, Šimůnek
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2HX

Smart buildings, their energy and management

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Project supervisor:
Šmejkal
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2CH

ITS architecture and its use in the design of ITS systems

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Project supervisor:
Bělinová, Bureš, Rajnoch
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2IP

Krkonošské Metro - University Railway

Abstract:
Joining the project means work on complex solution of personal transportation system in the Czech highest mountains Krkonoše. This means front of all maintenance and modernization of traffic operation on the regional railway route no. 042 Martinice v Krkonoších – Jilemnice – Rokytnice nad Jizerou. The aim is the development and spreading of current infrastructure, automated interlocking systems design or construction of "light" railway vehicle, which should be able to operate also on road communication ("Tram-Train"). Within the project complex solution of transportation is also considered, so that it would be possible to include considered system into integrated transportation system VHoD – Veřejná horská doprava (public mountain transport). Above stated route (railway) should also serve as "faculty railway FTS CTU" like practice laboratory for verification of innovative methods and technologies of CTU under common traffic conditions.
Project supervisors:
Kopecký, Leso, Marvan
Project’s code: 20X2LS

Methods of Assuring of Products Quality

Abstract:
The Projects is focused to analyzing and verification of methods for assuring of product quality within preliminary production phase. The main purposes of the projects are to specify suitable methods for evaluation of methods of production quality, to determinate criteria of evaluation of methods of production quality and to propose metods for product quality increase within preliminary production phase and their experimental verification and evaluation.
Project supervisors:
Sadil
Project’s code: 20X2MS

Intelligent Transport Systems Used in Delivery Process Optimization

Abstract:
The project focuses on the use of intelligent transport systems as a tool for optimizing the transport of goods and realization of value-added services that enhance the quality of the production process and also the satisfaction of end customers, such as inspection and identification processes during transport and also design client applications that would facilitate monitoring shipments or process of filing for transport. The project is taught in cooperation with Czech Post.
Project supervisors:
Hrubeš, Lokaj, Rajnoch
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2OZ

Traffic Models and Traffic Control

Abstract:
Project’s main goal is application of intelligent control systems in the urban traffic control, tunnels control and line traffic control including usage of information tables and information distributed via radio. For the project there is new laboratory of transport control and modelling that is equiped with traffic controller including the traffic light stand and all software equipment. Also there are tools for traffic modelling and equipment for acquiring traffic data. Summarizing, there are three topics: method for urban traffic management, transport modelling and methods for data acquisition including automated applications (sensors, video-detection) and data processing. Experiences from traffic management in Prague, Brno, and Plzen are used.
Project supervisors:
Cikhardtová, Langr, Purkrábková, Ružicka, Tichý
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2PS

Application of Control Systems

Abstract:
The goal of the project is to introduce the Rockwell Automation & Allen Bradleys controllers and other of their automation products to students. Within this task are going to be solved particular applications in cooperation with leading companies in the field of traffic.
Project supervizor:
Faltus
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2R

Laboratory of Transport Technics

Abstract:
Laboratory of Transport Technics is an important part of education on different railway interlocking devices using model railyard enabling perfect simulation of the railway traffic control and troubleshooting.
Project supervisors:
Faran, Hlubucek, Kamenický, Leso, Marvan
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2SS

Tunnel systems and their safety

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Project supervisors:
Brož, Šmerda, Tichý
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2TY

Transport solution for Smart City

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Project supervisors:
Beneš, Horažďovský, Navrátilová, Purkrábková, Růžička
Department: K620
Project’s code: 20X2XS

Acoustic sensors for noise monitoring

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Project supervisor:
Honzík, Šimonová
Department: K623
Project’s code: 23X2AS

Intervehicle communication

Abstract:
Nowadays, a lot of mobile devices with Android OS is used all over the world. The goal of this project is to use that devices (e.g. smart phones) for mutual vehicles communication. The resulting application should have two modes - active and passive. The active mode can be used e.g. in rescue services vehicles to warn other mobile devices in range that they are nearby.
Project supervisor:
Galamboš, Kosová
Department: K623
Project’s code:23X2KS

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