https://revistas.cefet-rj.br/index.php/producaoedesenvolvimento/issue/feed Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento 2021-04-16T05:02:26+00:00 José André Villas Boas Mello jose.mello@cefet-rj.br Open Journal Systems <p>Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento (also known as Research in Production and Development or RPD) is edited since 2015 by Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica Celso Suckow da Fonseca, without interruption. It has continuous flow periodicity, uses the peer review method for evaluation.<br>From 2020 onwards, it assumes the American Psychological Association (APA) publication standards. The fulfillment of these requirements facilitates their indexation in the main international databases of specialty journals, which guarantees a greater diffusion of published works and, consequently, of their authors and work centers.<br>Its mission is to publish original multidisciplinary research that contributes to the development of cities and their productive systems. Presents evaluation subjects that can be related to management into organizations and municipalities. The published material serves researchers, teachers, students and managers.</p> <p>RPD is a brazilian multidisciplinary journal that publish articles in English. Eventually we will publish articles in Portuguese and Spanish. We intend spread to a more diverse public that read a more universal language. We also receive portuguese articles for evaluation. If a portuguese article submission be approved, the authors will do the translation, if not yet. Articles in other languages ​​different to english, can be part of a Dossier publication, when programming this type.<br><br>Address: estr. Adrianópolis, 1317 - Vila Nossa Senhora da Conceicao, Nova Iguaçu - RJ, 26041-271 - Telephone: (21) 2886-8916</p> <p><a href="https://www.facebook.com/Revista-Produ%C3%A7%C3%A3o-e-Desenvolvimento-2170098236582885">Facebook</a></p> https://revistas.cefet-rj.br/index.php/producaoedesenvolvimento/article/view/508 Contributing factors for the underutilization of mobility stations: the case of the "wien mobil station" in vienna 2021-04-01T15:31:04+00:00 Luiza Maciel Costa da Silva luizamacielcs@gmail.com Julius Uhlmann julius.uhlmann@uni-weimar.de <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> Mobility stations are locations in which various mobility options are offered enabling multimodality and intermodality. In Vienna, three public mobility stations were implemented as part of the project “Wien Mobil”. After observing the existing mobility stations and talking to different experts, the system was diagnosed as underutilized. Consequently, this paper aims to point out the reasons why the public mobility stations in Vienna have so far not attracted as many users as expected.</p> <p><strong>Methodology/Approach:</strong> The research question is answered with the support of explorative expert interviews, observational research and literature review.</p> <p><strong>Findings:</strong> The identified contributing factors for the underutilization of the mobility stations in Vienna are location, weather, lack of interoperability, low affordability, lack of reliability, and lack of publicity and educational campaigns.</p> <p><strong>Research Limitation/implication:</strong> The research lacks the perspective and data from the car sharing provider. Moreover, it was conducted during winter, which certainly increased the perception of an underutilized system.</p> <p><strong>Originality/Value of paper:</strong> This work is expected to contribute to urban mobility planning by identifying and reaffirming important factors to take into account when planning, implementing and operating mobility stations and by providing a thorough understanding of the reasons for the underutilization of mobility stations.</p> 2021-02-01T02:52:58+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento https://revistas.cefet-rj.br/index.php/producaoedesenvolvimento/article/view/462 Residents' attitudes towards tree care programs in cityscapes 2021-04-01T15:31:02+00:00 Oghenekevwe Joy Arabomen oarabomen14@gmail.com Folaranmi Dapo Babalola babalola.fd@unilorin.edu.ng Felix Oaikhena Idumah idumafelix@yahoo.com Chinyere Salome Ofordu cosudiala@yahoo.co.uk <p><strong>Purpose</strong>: Examine residents’ attitude towards urban trees from the perspective of funding or voluntarily contributing time for tree care programs. Majority of global populace live in cities, hence, the rise in public expectations for liveable, sustainable and greener communities and urban areas all over the world, Nigeria inclusive. With proper planning and management, cities may become more liveable, but the rapid loss of large urban green areas cause havoc, and has ushered in several problems such as adverse climatic condition, reduced water and air quality, amongst others.</p> <p><strong>Metodology</strong>: A questionnaire survey was conducted to understand how residents rank and rate the benefits of urban trees as well as individual willingness to support conservation initiatives, using Benin metropolis, Nigeria as a case study.</p> <p><strong>Findings</strong>: Using binary logit analysis, the study identified that residents who are aware of ecosystem services, had a profession and have spent at least 20 years in the city, had a significant relationship with personal willingness to volunteer time and/or donate money toward urban tree care programs and activities.</p> <p><strong>Contribution to knowledge:</strong> Provided quantitative information to demonstrate the importance of conserving trees in development projects towards Global SDGs.</p> 2021-03-22T05:00:40+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento https://revistas.cefet-rj.br/index.php/producaoedesenvolvimento/article/view/516 Collaborative robotics: a literature overview from the perspective of production management 2021-04-16T05:02:26+00:00 Juliano Endrigo Sordan julianosordan@yahoo.com.br Marcio Lopes Pimenta pimenta.mp@gmail.com Pedro Carlos Oprime pedro@dep.ufscar.br Yasmine Tomasella Rodrigues yasmine.trc@gmail.com Clesio Aparecido Marinho clesio.marinho@yahoo.com.br <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> This paper aims to understand the specificities inherent to collaborative robotics from the perspective of production and operations management, as well as to identify opportunities for future research on the topic.</p> <p><strong>Methodology/Approach: </strong>A systematic literature review was carried out through Scopus and Web of Science databases. This procedure covered 84 articles published between 1997 and 2018.</p> <p><strong>Findings:</strong> The study revealed the issues most addressed in the research on Collaborative robots (Cobots), the most cited works, and the research approaches adopted.</p> <p><strong>Research Limitation/implication:</strong> The sample was extracted from only two international databases excluding publications in the form of books and articles from other databases.</p> <p><strong>Originality/Value of paper: </strong>The study reveals some specificities regarding the application and development of COBOTs, as well as their advantages and drawbacks in the scope of production management.</p> 2021-04-17T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Produção e Desenvolvimento