Intelligent Transportation Systems
  Updated 8:00 AM EST, February 27, 2009
  Applications Overview

What is integration?


Integration is defined as links between major elements of the ITS Taxonomy and can take several forms. The most common form of integration link is the sharing of information between agencies, for example when arterial traffic data are shared with transit agencies so they can improve service. Another form of integration is equipment interoperability, such as when emergency vehicles communicate with traffic signals to preempt signal timing to improve incident response. A third form of integration is when two agencies coordinate control actions, such as when arterial management agencies coordinate signal timing on a corridor.

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Arterial Management Systems
Arterial
Management
Freeway Management Systems
Freeway
Management
Transit Management Systems
Transit
Management
Incident Management Systems
Incident
Management
Emergency Management Systems
Emergency
Management
Electronic Payment Systems
Electronic Payment
and Pricing
Traveler Information
Traveler
Information
Information Management
Information
Management
Crash Prevention and Safety
Crash
Prevention
and
Safety
Roadway Operations and Maintenance
Roadway
Operations
and
Maintenance
Road Weather Management
Road
Weather
Management
Commercial Vehicle Operations
Commercial
Vehicle
Operations
Intermodal Freight
Intermodal
Freight
Collision Avoidance Systems
Collision
Avoidance
Systems
Driver Assistance Systems
Driver
Assistance
Systems
Collision Notification Systems
Collision
Notification
Systems
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