Service Development Model in Intelligent Transportation Systems for Colombian Cities

Álvaro Pachón, Tomás A. Liscano, Dorancé Montoya

Abstract


Mobility and transportation are the keys to a competitive city. There is a close relationship between the development of a transportation infrastructure and the economic growth of a city. Efficient transportation improves the live of citizens and brings production centers closer to markets, thus favoring commerce. This article presents a model for the planning and deployment of services in the Intelligent Transportation System [ITS] of Colombian cities. This model takes regulations, frameworks and standards into account. The planning and deployment of a traveler information service is shown as a practical application. An experimental prototype of this service is currently being tested at three locations in Cali, Colombia.


Keywords


Intelligent Transportation Systems; ITS; equipment packages; service packages; architecture; parking; mobility; transit.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18046/syt.v13i34.2091

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