Wireless strategies for future and emerging ITS applications

Mohammed Mahmod, Issam Khalil, Elisabeth Uhlemann, Niclas Nygren

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    Abstract

    Within the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) field, many applications of a diverse nature are considered and thus their communication requirements differ significantly. This makes it difficult for one wireless carrier to support all or most of these applications. Therefore, we have complied a list of communication requirements for future ITS applications and used it to analyze different ITS applications as well as different wireless carriers. Accordingly, the applications can be grouped into different requirements profiles with recommended wireless carriers assigned to each profile. The concept of profiling can also be used to classify the applications according to their non-technical requirements and hence accelerate their future deployment by encouraging involved stakeholders to make the most common requirements available. It can also be useful when developing a roadmap for deployment of future ITS applications defining which application will most likely be implemented first.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, New York, USA, November 16-20, 2008
    Place of PublicationHalmstad
    PublisherIntelligent Transportation Society of America
    Number of pages12
    Publication statusPublished - 16 Nov 2008
    Event15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, ITS 2008: ITS Connections: Saving Time, Saving Lives - New York, United States
    Duration: 16 Nov 200820 Nov 2008
    Conference number: 15

    Conference

    Conference15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, ITS 2008
    Abbreviated titleITS
    CountryUnited States
    CityNew York
    Period16/11/0820/11/08

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