13th Symposium on Lift & Escalator Technologies Proceedings

Professor Stefan Kaczmarczyk & Dr Richard Peters

Wednesday 21st September 2022

CONTENTS 1. Enhancing the I-S-P Method (Inverse Stops-Passengers) Using the Monte Carlo Simulation Method Lutfi Al-Sharif, Richard Peters, Matthew Appleby. 2. Impact of the Load-Area Bypass Feature on Passenger Service Quality Diana Andrei, Mirko Ruokokoski . 3. Generation and Application of Dynamic Lift Kinematics Matthew Appleby, Richard Peters, Nishad Deokar 4. Design-Operation Continuum Methods for Traffic Master Aitor Arrieta1, Aitor Agirre2, Goiuria Sagardui1, Maite Arratibel3 5. Rated Load and Maximum Available Car Area - A Proposal to Revise EN81-20, Table 6 Gina Barney 6. Global Dispatcher Interface - Initial Prototype Design Jonathan Beebe 7. Lift Industry and BIM: A Long Overdue Adopted and Typically Overlooked Project Enabler Miguel Castro 8. Exploring IoT Applications for Vertical Transportation (VT) to Tackle Challenges in a Modern World Paul Clements 9. The Investigation of Efficacy and Fire Resistance Characteristics of Fire Barrier in the Lift Industry Applications M. Gizicki, S. Kaczmarczyk, N. Clark, R. Khandan 10. IoT Safety Predictive Monitoring of Lift Operations, Shafts and Buildings Andrew Gorin, Paolo Riva 11. Lift IoT: Turning Sensor Data into Value Michele Guidotti 12. Disinfection Efficacy Analysis of an Ultraviolet-C (UVC) Device for Escalator Handrails Qingping Guo, Andrew Kenny, Guentsch Johannes, Benjamin Hatton, DalalAsker 13. Vibration Signature and the Application of Intelligent Pattern Recognition in Detection and Classification of Damage in Automatic Power Operated Lift Doors S. Kaczmarczyk, R. Smith, M Gizicki 14. 1927 - The Year That Set the Direction of Traction Lift Engineering for a Century Jaakko Kalliomaki 15. Component Based Modular Elevator Kasinadh Karra 16. Dynamic Simulations for Lift Door Health Diagnosis Matti Lin, Gabriela Roivainen 17. Investigation into the Closing Force of Passenger/Goods Lift Automatic Power Operated Doors and Recommendations to Reduce the Risk of Injury to Lift Users Daniel Meekin 18. Challenges to Drafting a Standard for the Evacuation of Disabled People Using Lifts Nick Mellor 19. Setting Standards on Remote Monitoring & Diagnostic for lifts – A Singapore Context Hashim Bin Mansoor, Justin Tai, Yao Hui Chee, Kenneth Ong, Yih Perng, Khoo, Andy Goh, Jody Tan 20. The Technical Challenges Involved in Lifting 40 Tonne Trucks Using Rigid Chain Technology in a Confined Space Philip Pearson 21. Lift Energy Modelling for Green Building Design Richard Peters 22. Dynamic Simulations for Lift Health Diagnosis Gabriela Roivainen, Matti Lin 23. Energy Efficient Buildings. Assessing The Impact of Lifts Adam J Scott 24. Overview of the Book “People Flow in Buildings” Marja-Liisa Siikonen 25. The Effect of Artificial Intelligence on Service Operations and Service Personnel Rory Smith 26. New Evidence on Lift Passenger Demand in High-Rise Office Buildings Janne Sorsa, Tiina Laine

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