The economic aspects of internet of things for a public transport system

Hennie Husniah, Andriana Andriana, Kusmaya Kusmaya, Gun Gunawan, Asep K. Supriatna


This paper study the economic aspects of the application of Internet of things (IoT) for vehicle used to support operations in the public transportation system. A vehicle will experience deterioration (decreased reliability) with the rate of use and age. To maintain high availability and improve vehicle reliability, condition-based maintenance is used to reduce the occurrence of damage and downtime. The degradation process is considered to be influenced by age, usage and operating condition. The use of the IoT has been proved to be economically feasible in reducing the cost of maintenance.


Automation; iot technology; condition-based maintenance

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