Azerbaijani transport ministry announces competition as part of creating intellectual traffic management systems in Baku
Azerbaijan, Baku, August 5 /Trend/
Transport Ministry of Azerbaijan has announced a competition for training staff within the creation of intellectual transport management systems in Baku with the use of satellite navigation.
According to the requirements, applicants must have higher education, be no older than 30 years, have fundamental knowledge in the field of software, as well as fluent in English.
Candidates who successfully pass the competition will attend training in the South Korean Republic, and after gaining experience will be provided with suitable work in the center of intellectual control.
Those wishing to participate in the competition can get the necessary information from the Transport Ministry by 18 September this year.
Contact phones at the ministry:
(012) 431 41 78
(050) 434 46 45
The process of creating intelligent system will end in February next year. The system is created to regulate and manage passenger transport in Baku. The construction of the center for intellectual management system is planned to be completed by the end of this year. The construction of the center began last year, the head of the press service of Transport Ministry, Namik Hasanov said earlier.
The project is estimated at approximately 77 million manat.
As part of the intellectual system of the city, it is planned to install about 450 new bus stops with electronic boards which will give opportunity to monitor traffic and bus routes (through satellite). Displays and cameras, installed at the bus stops, will be used for monitoring effectiveness of the bus stop locations, its necessity and use by the population. Intelligent system involves the installation of about 150 new electronic traffic lights.
According to research, as a result of introduction such system the number of traffic lights and bus stops will be rationalized. Their number has already decreased as a result of the construction of bridges, pedestrian passages. The system will allow sending operational information about the movement of vehicles, speed, stops, traffic accidents, traffic jams and other cases to the central control room.