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Intelligent Transport Systems and Services (ITS)

New challenges for system developers and researchers
  • Owen Eriksson

Abstract

Today there is a rapid development of information technology which can be used to support the mobility of people, vehicles and goods (Ertico, 2001; Francica, 2001). The systems which are built with this new technology combine:
  • mobile units for communication, e.g. units which are built into vehicles, cellular phones and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs);

  • wireless telecommunication, e.g. 3G-mobile telecommunication and radio communication;

  • positioning, e.g. Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and cellular phone triangulation;

  • Geographical Information Systems GIS-technology.

Keywords

Global Position System Road Network Transport Network Mobile Activity Intelligent Transport System 
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