Corpus ID: 106877612

Advanced Transportation Controller Standards and Interoperability

@article{Miller2010AdvancedTC,
  title={Advanced Transportation Controller Standards and Interoperability},
  author={David Miller},
  journal={Ite Journal-institute of Transportation Engineers},
  year={2010},
  volume={80}
}
  • David Miller
  • Published 2010
  • Engineering
  • Ite Journal-institute of Transportation Engineers
This paper discusses standardization issues associated with intelligent transportation systems. New advanced transportation controller (ATC) standards will allow for greater interoperability without compromising choice for agencies. The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) has also developed a new standard that includes a wireless message set for communications from roadside equipment to vehicles and well as between vehicles. The ATC and SAE standards will create a seamless bridge between… Expand
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