The transportation industry today has become an application sector of the latest information technologies. Transport plays a leading role in the development of the economy, the development of new territories, and the maintenance of social infrastructure in a stable state. One of the main problems slowing the digitalization of the transportation industry is the imperfection of the regulatory framework. There is now a need for clear legal rules that delineate the identification of proprietary rights that govern the ownership, use and access of digital data that are used to improve transportation efficiency, reliability and security. Digitalization in the transportation sector is extremely unbalanced, and it is in this sector that digital technologies began to penetrate before anything else. Moreover, digitalization in this industry can lead to the complete automation of all technological processes. As a result of the study, the authors found an urgent and objective need of the transportation industry for new innovative developments. The economic effect that the introduction of digital technologies in the transportation sector brings is quite obvious and tangible. The economy is ensured by reducing inappropriate costs, increasing control and manageability of the system. At the moment, a lot of experience has already been gained in world practice with regard to the introduction of digital technologies in transport: remote control, full-scale automation, integrated technologies, as well as intelligent control systems. The authors presented proposals for amending the current legislation in the field of digitalization of the transportation industry.
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31 March 2022
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Golubkina, K. V., Abramyan, S. K., & Guryeva, A. A. (2022). Digitalization Problems Of The Russian Transportation Industry. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 746-753). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.88