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The road transport is one of the basic types of moving people and material during situations of crisis. As far as it can be said the movement of vehicles is connected to the existing road network. Vehicles of military units and rescue teams must be able to move also outside communications. Knowledge of speed restrictions doe to the influence of individual landscape objects is therefore important for proper transport planning. That is the reason why part of the research is focused on monitoring of the vehicle movements on communications and on field and forest roads. To monitor the vehicles there are used GNSS receivers. Position and velocity records are then analysed according to characteristics of the communications and their surroundings. Based on previously conducted and processed measurements it is possible to demonstrate the influence of road type and curvature on the vehicle speed. Indeterminate results occurred in cases of the slope and obstacles around communications. The results and conclusions after completion of the research will help with more realistic planning of vehicle movements in situations of crisis.
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