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Sigma KEE - Transportation

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Transportation
Motion from one point to another by means of a TransportationDevice.
Relationships      
Parents Translocation Translocation is that class of Motions in which an object moves from one place to another. In the case of round trips, the origin and destination are the same, but the intervening motion passes through other locations. Translocation represents linear motion, in contrast to rotation or other movement in place. A vehicle is not necessary, Ambulating is a kind of Translocation.
Children AirTransportationAny instance of Transportation where the instrument is an Aircraft and which is through an AtmosphericRegion.
 DrivingControlling the direction and/or speed of a Vehicle. This includes navigating a ship, driving a car or truck, operating a train, etc.
 LandTransportationAny instance of Transportation where the instrument is a LandVehicle.
 ShippingShipping is the subclass of Transportation events in which goods are transported from one place to another by an agent who is entrusted with the goods temporarily just in order to move them. Shipping may be done within an organization or it may be done by an outside commercial agent. See CommercialShipping.
 SmugglingAny instance Transportation which is also a CriminalAction.
 SpaceTransportationAny instance of Transportation where the instrument is a Spacecraft and which is through a SpaceRegion.
 TransportViaRoadVehicleTransportViaRoadVehicle is the class of Transportation events in which the instrument is an instance of RoadVehicle.
 WaterTransportationAny instance of Transportation where the instrument is a WaterVehicle.


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