Traffic Patterns in Intelligent Transportation Frameworks: A Review

  • Naresh Kumar, Pardeep , Monika Hooda

Abstract

Extending traffic management is considered as a significant issue throughout the world. The Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) outfits answer for these issues through new developments (ITS) a consolidated structure that completes a wide extent of correspondence, control, vehicle recognizing, and devices advances to deal with and regulate the traffic issues. The ITS technology is preferred in the made countries since recent decades, yet it is up 'til now another thought while making countries such as South Africa, India, China, Brazil, etc. In the current assessment we have included four critical bits of the ITS. These critical bits are “Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS)”, “Emergency Management System (EMS)”, “Advanced Public Transportation System (APTS)”, and “Advanced Traveler Data System (ATIS)”. Objective of the paper is to examine various ITS structures and models and then study those models to get through and through of their designing. An assessment examination of different made models is developed in the assessment through the investigation of consequent structure and made models through the extended lengths of four critical pieces of “ITS” by the masters in their assessments. In addition to this, it incites the gaps present in the data. The paper describes the finishes isolated through the examinations of different systems. It offers scope in the field of “ITS” that makes the technology more accessible and simpler to utilize.

Published
2020-06-01
How to Cite
Naresh Kumar, Pardeep , Monika Hooda. (2020). Traffic Patterns in Intelligent Transportation Frameworks: A Review. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 8654-8658. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/25944