June 24, 2020

May 20, 2020

The principal objective of this course is to provide road stakeholders with a detailed understanding of those electronic tolling solutions that are available at the current time, and those that have potential for the near future. Those solutions are placed in the context of their real-world deployment across different types of schemes, as well as the applicable charging and enforcement solutions available to network managers.

This course presents an overview of the current state of the art in establishing mobility plans and the associated ITS deployment scenarios based on emerging smart city paradigms. The course will review advances in intelligent transportation systems with specific focus on Open and Big data and integrated mobility solutions. Case-studies and examples of implementations in urban environments will be presented.

This course provides an introduction to ITS architecture and processes at the project, local, regional and national levels, and how they are an essential tool to plan and deploy ITS projects. The course presents the technical and institutional issues that may arise as regions use and maintain their ITS architecture, processes and standards. The course includes a thorough introduction to systems engineering standards with a special focus on interoperability, regional and open standards. Throughout the course, examples are provided from real ITS architectures including specific examples of how ITS architectures are used.

This course stakes stock of the remarkable progress achieved in developing geographic information systems (GIS) technologies that can help these same safety managers be even more effective in identifying high crash locations, and the safety improvements designed to further reduce severe traffic crashes and fatalities.

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