Architecture and Application Research of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems

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This paper describes the System Architecture of the Cooperative Intelligent transportation system. It identifies the stakeholders and their concerns that were considered when developing the system architecture. And then introduces the concepts of architecture Viewpoints and Views, and further details the Viewpoints that have been selected to address stakeholder concerns. Finally describes the architecture of the system from five viewpoints: enterprise, functional, connectivity, communications, and information. The Cooperative Intelligent transportation system applications are shown with two use cases: Utilization of Floating Vehicle Data to cope with environmental issues and Cooperative risk warning systems.




Sun, L., Li, Y., & Gao, J. (2016). Architecture and Application Research of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 137, pp. 747–753). Elsevier Ltd.

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