Article 6 # 3'2023

© Оleksiy Voronkov, Post Graduate Student,
ORCID: 0000-0003-0955-9081,
Separate structural unit “Vocational College
of Engineering, Management and land management
of National Aviation University”;
© Ivan Rogovskii, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, ORCID: 0000-0002-6957-1616,
National University of Life and Environmental
Sciences of Ukraine
DOI: 10.33868/0365-8392-2023-3-275-42-49

Abstract. The results of using equipment for determining the location of vehicles based on global navigation sat-ellite systems to modernize field road networks and improve the quality of vehicle flow monitoring systems during grain harvesting are presented. An engineering solution for optimizing vehicle registration points is presented and substanti-ated, which allows to eliminate congestion at entrances and/or exits by reducing the cost of the infrastructure required for operation. A list of measures for implementing an improved toll collection system has been formulated, including: installation of access points at entrances and exits, creation of special data centers, development of machine code and reflashing of previously released devices. To verify the proposed solution, data transmitted from vehicles to a GSM base station based on the mass service system.
Keywords: grain harvesting, monitoring, flow, vehicle, queuing system.

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