In a context of uncertainty and technological constraints in the domestic economy caused by the sanctions imposed on Russia and the pandemic crisis, the role of anti-crisis technological management in ensuring the sustainable development of transport companies is increasing. Free competition is limited to Russian companies, and opportunities for attracting technological and financial resources from foreign markets are reduced. The transport services market experiences a decrease in the income of Russian companies. As part of the strategy of creating intelligent control systems in maritime and railway transport, a phased transition of Russian ships and locomotives to an autonomous control mode is being carried out based on artificial intelligence as the sum of technological solutions that simulate knowledge. Tests conducted and analytical synthesis of their results showed that the advantages of anti-crisis technological management are now more associated with an automatic rather than a remote control format. The low adaptability of projects was affected by risks caused by certain technological constraints. Most projects may be attributed to the format of conducting single experiments, which are not integrated into the system of intelligent control of the transport industry. The development of intelligent control methods and automated technologies will create an engineering algorithm for the mass production of fully unmanned vessels. The use of innovative technologies in Russian maritime and railway transport, which are developing in line with the concept of intelligent control, will ensure the sustainable competitiveness of Russian companies in the international transport market.
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31 March 2022
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Andreeva, L. Y., Somko, M. L., & Vysharenko, U. V. (2022). Design And Testing Of Intelligent Control Systems At Transport Enterprises. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 275-283). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.34