C-ITS bundling for integrated traffic management

10/14/2020 ∙ by Evangelos Mitsakis, et al. ∙ 0

Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS) enable vehicles communication with each other (Vehicle-to-Vehicle, V2V) and with roadside infrastructure (Vehicle-to-Infrastructure, V2I). In the context of traffic efficiency, C-ITS technologies could assist in road network status visualization and monitoring, through data exchange, improving this way traffic control organization and traffic management implementation. Bundling is the provision of several C-ITS services as one combined service. The purpose of bundling is to harvest the usability of C-ITS services by developing a strategy for the operation and exploitation of services in real-time and within varying geographical areas. Two different dimensions of bundling have been recognized covering: 1) end-users, and 2) operators-managers. The objective of the operators-managers dimension is the integration of C-ITS services in operational traffic management. This work spotlights the operators-managers bundling dimension, presenting a framework based on a step-by-step approach for integrating C-ITS services in traditional traffic management.



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