Miloslav Seidl, Kamil Peterek, Blanka Kalupová




The basic requirement for any system is its flawless operation under all conditions. In technical systems, this requirement is increasingly implemented by using technically more advanced and reliable equipment. However, this does not diminish the role of man on whose management is dependent and also on the safe operation of systems. In the transport system and theirs transport systems strong emphasis must be placed on especially security. Safe and reliable transportation determines the viability of the entire company.



Transport systems, safety and security, traffic accidents, road, transport performance, railway track, railroad track, regression, correlation

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