R. Meier, A. Harrington, and V. Cahill, A framework for integrating existing and novel intelligent transportation systems, International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (IEEE ITSC´05) : 8th : Vienna, Austria : September 2005, IEEE Computer Society, 2005, pp650 - 655
Efficient use and re-use of traffic data depends on
an ITS architecture that enables information sharing across a
wide variety of intelligent transportation systems and
applications. Existing ITS architectures, such as KAREN or the
National ITS architecture, can be used to develop systems
within a given framework thereby facilitating such intersystem
integration. However, these architectures typically
include assumptions regarding the overall organization of
system functionality that prohibit integration of previously
deployed systems without major reengineering. This paper
presents a framework for an ITS architecture that has been
designed for integrating novel as well as existing intelligent
transportation systems and applications. The iTransIT
framework supports a number of possible systems interaction
paradigms and proposes a layered data model to facilitate data
exchange between systems with diverse service requirements
and functional organizations. These data layers are defined
within a common context model, may be distributed across
multiple systems, and exploit the overlapping temporal and
spatial aspects of information generated and used by both
legacy and future systems.
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