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Bisso, Claudio S.; Samanez, Carlos P.;


The purpose of this study was to determine a method of evaluation for the use and adaptation of Helicopter Landing Zones (HLZs) and their requirements for registered public-use for the Olympic Games and the World Cup. The proposed method involves two stages. The first stage consists of clustering the data obtained through the Aerial and Maritime Group/Military Police of the State of Rio de Janeiro (GAM/PMERJ). The second stage uses the weighted ranking method. The weighted ranking method was applied to a selection of locations using fuzzy logic, linguistic variables and a direct evaluation of the alternatives. Based upon the selection of four clusters, eight HLZs were obtained for ranking. The proposed method may be used to integrate the air space that will be used by the defense and state assistance agencies with the locations of the sporting events to be held in 2014 and 2016.


O objetivo desse trabalho é determinar um método que permita avaliar as Zonas de Pouso de Helicóptero (ZPH) que justifiquem investimento para sua adaptação aos requisitos previstos para helipontos de uso público registrados visando os Jogos Olímpicos e a Copa do Mundo. A metodologia utilizou duas etapas, a primeira através da clusterização dos dados obtidos através do GAM/PMERJ e a segunda através da aplicação do método de ranqueamento ponderado. O Método de ranqueamento ponderado aplica-se para a seleção de locais através da utilização da lógica fuzzy, utilizando variáveis lingüísticas e uma direta avaliação das alternativas. Baseado na seleção de quatro clusters, foram obtidas oito ZPH’s para serem ranqueadas. A metodologia proposta por este trabalho permite uma integração entre a malha aérea utilizada pelos órgãos de defesa e assistência do Estado com as locações onde serão realizados os eventos esportivos de 2014 e 2016.

Palavras-chave: Fuzzy logic, Site selection, Transport, Public Policy, Lógica Fuzzy,


DOI: 10.5151/marine-spolm2014-126246

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Como citar:

Bisso, Claudio S.; Samanez, Carlos P.; "EFFICIENT DETERMINATION OF HELIPORTS IN THE CITY OF RIO DE JANEIRO FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES AND WORLD CUP: A FUZZY LOGIC APPROACH", p. 225-237 . In: Anais do XVII Simpósio de Pesquisa Operacional e Logística da Marinha - SPOLM 2014. São Paulo: Blucher, 2014.
ISSN , ISBN: 2175-6295
DOI 10.5151/marine-spolm2014-126246

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