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Standards for Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems: a Proof of Concept

Abstract : In recent years, a wide variety of stakeholders have been working for the development of Intelligent Transportation System solutions. Cooperation among the various actors of transportation (vehicles, but also pedestrians, roads and infrastructure, traffic control centers, etc.) is seen as promising to enhance the efficiency of transportation and reduce its negative impacts (e.g., fatalities). However, it means that all communicating entities have to talk the same language, hence the need for Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems standards. There are now lots of standards being produced by standardization organizations, e.g., International Standardization Organization (ISO) and European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and there is a real need to understand how these standards can be implemented. This paper overviews the Intelligent Transportation System station reference architecture and presents a way of practical implementation of a toy Android application based on these standards as a proof of concept implementation. To our knowledge, this is the first implementation description compliant with these standards.
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Rodrigo Silva, Satoru Noguchi, Thierry Ernst, Arnaud de La Fortelle, Walter Godoy Junior. Standards for Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems: a Proof of Concept. The Tenth Advanced International Conference on Telecommunications (AICT), International Academy, Research, and Industry Association (IARIA), Jul 2014, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01109115⟩



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