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ISO/TR 4445:2021

International Standard   Current Edition

Intelligent transport systems — Mobility integration — Role model of ITS service application in smart cities

Scope

This document describes a basic role model of smart city intelligent transport systems (ITS) service applications as a common platform for smart city instantiation, directly communicating via secure ITS interfaces. It provides a paradigm describing:

a) a framework for the provision of a cooperative ITS service application;

b) a description of the concept of operations, regulatory aspects and options, and the role models;

c) a conceptual architecture between actors involved in the provision/receipt of ITS service applications;

d) references for the key documents on which the architecture is based;

e) a taxonomy of the organization of generic procedures.

Prepare
06 September 2021
IT applications in transport
Including EDIFACT and e-commerce

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