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Intelligent Transport Systems Standards

Intelligent Transport Systems Standards

By (author): Bob Williams
Copyright: 2008
Pages: 430
ISBN: 9781596932913

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This convenient CD-ROM volume serves as the ITS field's first unifying source for exhaustive coverage of existing and developing standards that support ITS services and their interoperability. It features up-to-the-minute listings for standards developing organizations (SDOs) at both national and international levels, and also provides extensive referencing to other generic standards that can be of use to ITS service provision. You find updates on the latest best practices worldwide, helping you prevent oversights that could prove costly. This total one-stop resource provides a state-of-the-art review of intelligent transport systems, services, and supporting technologies, and updates you on the latest ITS standards governing communications, technical support, information technology, and identification technology. You find details on standards covering everything from traveler information and traffic management, to weather monitoring and emergency response. The CD-ROM also summarizes standards for national and regional architecture in the U.S., European Union, Japan, and other nations. You find strategies for effectively integrating standards in your ITS planning, development, deployment and operations. Further, the disc includes links to free downloads of standards (where legitimately available) and links to sites where you can purchase standards.
Part 1:Introduction to Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Introduction to Intelligent Transport SystemsUse of the Terms Infrastructure├╣ and Roadside.├╣ ITS Standards and Generic Standards used for ITS.Introduction to Intelligent Transport Systems. Standardization for Intelligent Transport Systems. Benefits of ITS Standardization. Principles of Enterprise Architecture. The Business Case for ITS Standards. ; Introduction to ITS Services and Supporting TechnologiesWhat Are ITS Services? ITS Users. Types of ITS Services. Other Views├╣ of ITS. Means of Achieving ITS Services. ITS Services for Vehicles and Their Occupants. Services to Public Transport Users and Pedestrians. Technology in Evolution. ; Part 2: Standards to Achieve ITS Service Provision ; ITS Communication Technologies Standards ReviewOn Board ITS Standards. Infrastructure/Infrastructure Standards for ITS. ; Wireless Communications Standards for ITSStandards and Regulations. Publicly Available Wireless Networks. ITS Specific Communications Networks. ; Technical Support Standards for ITSArchitecture Development Tools. ; Information Technology for ITS Standards, Systems and ServicesInformation Metadata Standards. Use of General Information System Standards Specifically for ITS. Use of General Information System Standards that May Support ITS. ; Identification Technology StandardsPersonal Identification. Biometric Identification. Vehicle Identification. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). Track and Trace. IC Cards (Smartcards). ; Part 3: Standards Supporting ITS Services to Stakeholders ; Service Groups and DomainsService Groups. Traveler Information Service Groups. Traffic Management and Operations Service Groups. Vehicle Services Group. Freight Transport Services Group. Public Transport Service Groups. Emergency Service Groups. Transport-Related Electronic Payment Service Groups. Road Transport Related Personal Safety. Weather and Environmental Conditions Monitoring Service Groups. Disaster Response Management and Coordination Service Groups. National Security Service Groups. ; Part 4: Standards for National/Regional Architecture ; National and Regional ArchitectureThe Role of National/Regional Architecture. Japan: National ITS Architecture. USA: National ITS Architecture. European Union (EU): ITS Architectural Framework. Other National ITS Architecture. ; Part 5: Strategies to Use Standards in ITS ; Planning, Development, Deployment & OperationsITS System Requirements, Analysis, Design & Delivery. ITS Software Development & Integration. ITS Data Collection & Analysis. Simulation & Modelling for ITS. ; Part 6: The Process of Standards Development ; International Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) for ITSInternational Standards Organization (ISO). International Telecommunications Union. International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). United Nations Office of Electronic Business & Trade Facilitation (UN/CEFACT). European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). Comite Europeen De Normalisation (CEN). Institution of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE). ; National Standards Development Organizations (SDO) for ITSUS National Standards. Japan National Standards. Other Organizations Relevant to ITS Standards. ; Part 7: Conclusions ; AnnexesNumerical List of Relevant ISO/IEC/ESC Standards. Numerical List of NTCIP Standards. Numerical List of Relevant IEEE Standards. Numerical List of Relevant OMG/W3C Standards. Numerical List of Other Relevant Standards. Glossary. Acronyms & Abbreviations. Bibliography.;
  • Bob Williams Bob Williams is chairman of ITU APSC TELEMOV, the group tasked with coordinating organizations that are developing standards for ITS, and is head of the UK delegation to ISO TC204 addressing Intelligent Transport Systems. He was also appointed chairman of ETSI TG 37, a task group responsible for telecommunications standards supporting ITS activities in Europe, and has led the creation of ETSI's TC-ITS. He is the architect or editor of more than twenty international standards deliverables for ITS and is a well-known speaker at ITS workshops and events. He provides consultancy support to many of the world 's leading companies and governments.
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