lec1 - AN INTRODUCTION TO INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION...

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AN INTRODUCTION TO INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS 1.212 SPRING 2005 Professor Joseph M. Sussman Mon/Wed 2:30-4 BLOCK 1 (Lectures 1, 2) INTRODUCTION TO ITS Basic Concepts February 2, 2005 SPEAKER : Joseph M. Sussman MIT
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DEFINITION OF ITS ± Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) apply well- established technologies of communications, control, electronics and computer hardware and software to the surface transportation system.
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T ECHNOLOGY S YSTEMS I NSTITUTIONS
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WHAT 1.212 IS ABOUT ± It’s a transportation class, with all that implies ± It’s a policy class -- how transportation relates to major societal goals ± It’s a technology development and deployment class ± It’s a complex system (CLIOS) class ± It’s a “Regions” class ± Planning ± Architecture ± It’s an organizations/institutions class ± It’s an advanced research ideas class
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1.212 CLASS SYLLABUS Spring 2005 Block Topic Lectures 1 Introduction to ITS, including where ITS fits; roles and respon sibilities 2 2 Advanc ed Traveler Informat ion Systems (ATIS), includ ing funct iona lity; bu siness mo del s; field tr ip to Sma rtRout e Systems 3 3 Advanc ed Tran spo rtat ion Mana gement Systems (ATMS), including network operati ons; incide nt dete ction; congestion pricing, tolling, HOT lan es, examp le deployments 3 4 Fleet-oriented ITS services, including Ad vanc ed Pub lic Tran spo rtat ion Systems (APTS); BRT; Comm ercial Vehicle Op erations (CVO); Intermoda l Freight, including International Op eration s an d Suppl y Cha ins 3 5 ITS an d Techn ology, includ ing au tomat ed highway system s (AHS); sensors, electronic toll collection (ETC); ded icated sho rt ran ge commun icat ion ; standa rd s 2 6 Regiona lly-scaled ITS deployment, inc luding regiona l architecture; organizat iona l and inst itutional issues; stan dards; developed vs. de velopin g coun tries; ITS an d strategic reg iona l transp ortation plann ing; Int egr ati ng in frast ructure an d
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course ESD 1.221j taught by Professor Josephsussman during the Fall '04 term at MIT.

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lec1 - AN INTRODUCTION TO INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION...

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