The research study is having in depth discussion about the car transportation system using different technology and tools (Barth and Todd, 2013). The study is also having analysis of the complete car transportation system of Australian cab organization, that is, cab charge Australia limited.
1.1 Aim of research study
The main aim of this study is to determine and analyze the main cause of collision among different cars of cab charge organization. On the other hand, research also focused on mechanism of intelligent car transportation system.
1.2 Objective of research study
The objective of research study is as –
- To evaluate and analyze the main reason behind implementation of intelligent car transportation system in cab charge organization.
- To analyze different technologies and tools used in this system.
- To analyze the complete car transportation system implemented by organization
- To evaluate and analyze the importance of intelligent car transportation system.
H0 – Intelligent Car transportation system implementation is beneficial for cab charge Australia limited.
H1 - Intelligent Car transportation system implementation is not beneficial for cab charge Australia limited.
2. Literature review
2.2 Car transportation system and different technology used in cab charge Australia Limited
As mentioned by Bazzan and KluÌˆgl (2015), any country transport system is their main assets and movement of city also depends on it. The main reason behind implementation of this system by cab charge organization is, to reduce the number of cabs collision on roads and other area. In context to this Cepolina and Farina (2013) stated, with the help of this system, different information are exchanged among the cabs. That is their current location, direction of moving, parking and others. The exchanging of information among the devices is done with the help of global positioning device and other similar devices. In addition to this, the GPS device is implemented as per the cars capacity and model. Apart from this, the intelligent car transportation system is developed with the help of wireless networking system and technology. The main element on which this car transportation system is dependent is wireless tools, GPS device, sensors and others.
2.3 Importance of Car transportation system in on cab charge Australia Limited
In context to this Davis et al. (2012) commented, car transportation system implementation is done determine the main reason behind collision of cabs. On the other hand, this intelligent system is also installed in cab charge Australia limited to keep record of their all cabs. In addition to this Ivan et al. (2013) stated, cabs are always in two mood, that is, moving or standing in stand or anywhere else. So to manage the direction and record or current location of all cab organization has implemented this system. On the other hand, with the change of technology the organization has to change their technology dependency. As mentioned by Parkinson and Spilker (2014), intelligent car transportation system helps in keeping record of all cabs and reducing the chance of collision.
The car transportation system is implemented by cab charge Australia limited to reduce the chance of collision with other vehicles. And it is also implemented to keep the record of all cabs cars. In addition to this, this system also helps in increasing the profitability of cab charge limited.
3. Research methodology
3.1 Research approach
The research approach used for this research study is top to bottom research method. And the collection is also done taking into consideration research approach.
3.2 Research design
In context to this Parkinson and Spilker (2014) stated, designing is main factor on which research study and presentation process is dependent. The designing method used for this research study is descriptive and collaborative research design
3.3 Research philosophy
As mentioned by Barth and Todd (2013), with the help of research philosophy information regarding the car transportation system is collected. In this research study various theories, assumptions and principles are considered.
3.4 Data collection method
In this research study, the data collection is done by using both primary and secondary data collection method. The primary data is collected with the help of cab charge organization employees and secondary data is collected from company official websites and others.
3.5 Sample Size
The sample size in this research study is as, 10 cab charge organization cab drivers are interviewed. In addition to this, 10 in office technical employees are interviewed for collecting data.
3.6 Research ethics
The completion of research study is done taking into consideration all code of conducts, rules and regulations.
The time, budget and limited information availability from secondary source is the main limitation in this research study.
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