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Bicycle Transportation and Pedestrian Walkways System
  • Published Date:
    10/28/1996
  • Language:
    English
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    The idea for this Trans-Atlantic workshop on system architecture for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) was born at the Second World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, November 1995. In my discussions with those closely involved with the USA national ITS architecture project it became apparent that the team working for the us dot had produced results which would have much wider significance than for the USA alone. In effect, they had been researching the framework for the integrated management of road transport infrastructure by harnessing the full potential of computers, information and telecommunications. In Europe the term "Advanced transport telematics" (ATT) is used to describe these technologies. In this two day workshop, coming towards the end of the US DOT's three-year project, we were able to hear first-hand from members of the its architecture development team the main conclusions emerging from this study. The audience was drawn from 9 European countries, giving the opportunity for a full discussion of the American approach compared with European work on ATT system architecture. Very broadly, the us approach can be characterised as "Top down", whereas until now Europe has taken more of a "Bottom-up" approach." in this two day workshop, coming towards the end of the US DOT's three-year project, we were able to hear first-hand from members of the its architecture development team the main conclusions emerging from this study. The audience was drawn from 9 European countries, giving the opportunity for a full discussion of the American approach compared with European work on ATT system architecture. Very broadly, the us approach can be characterised as "Top down", whereas until now Europe has taken more of a "Bottom-up" approach.

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