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Defining Applicability of International Standards for Intelligent transport systems (ITS): Final Report.
  • Publication no: AP-R368-10
  • ISBN: 978-1-921709-49-4
  • Published: 19 November 2010

This is the final report of Austroads Project NS1524 that aims to address the need to improve Australian practice in Intelligent transport systems through greater knowledge and utilisation of international practices. The purpose is to identify those international standards for ITS, relevant to road agencies, that should be cloned or modified for adoption as Australian Standards.

The intended audience for this report is the membership of Austroads which comprises the state and federal road authorities in Australia and New Zealand. The members are responsible for the provision of the road transport infrastructure in their jurisdictions, and therefore need to know how and which ITS standards apply to the physical transport infrastructure that is to be constructed and/or equipped, and how and which standards apply to ITS services.

  • SUMMARY
  • 1. INTRODUCTION
    • 1.1. Objectives of this Report
    • 1.2. Intelligent Transport Systems
    • 1.3. International Standards
    • 1.4. Approach to Defining Applicability of ITS Standards
    • 1.5. Benefits of Standardisation
  • 2. ITS ARCHITECTURES
    • 2.1. ITS Reference Architecture
    • 2.2. Physical Architecture
    • 2.3. Communications Systems Architecture
      • 2.3.1. CALM – Communications Access for Land Mobiles
      • 2.3.2. WAVE – Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments
      • 2.3.3. NTCIP – National Transportation Communications for ITS Protocol
      • 2.3.4. ITS Architecture References for Australia
  • 3. ITS SERVICES
    • 3.1. ITS Actors
    • 3.2. Organisation of ISO TC204 ITS Standards
      • 3.2.1. Maturity of ISO Standards
      • 3.2.2. Standards Australia Committee IT-023 on ITS
      • 3.2.3. ISO TC204 Standards
  • 4. PRIORITISATION OF ITS STANDARDS
  • 5. ITS STANDARDS
    • 5.1. ITS Architecture
    • 5.2. ITS Communications
      • 5.2.1. Communications Architecture
      • 5.2.2. Communications Management
      • 5.2.3. Applications Layer
      • 5.2.4. Networking Layer
      • 5.2.5. Network Access Layer
    • 5.3. ITS Service Domains
      • 5.3.1. Traffic Management
      • 5.3.2. Public Transport
      • 5.3.3. Road Transport-Related Personal Safety
      • 5.3.4. Vehicle
      • 5.3.5. Disaster Response Management and Coordination
      • 5.3.6. Emergency
      • 5.3.7. Traveller Information
      • 5.3.8. Weather and Environmental Conditions Monitoring
      • 5.3.9. Electronic Payment
      • 5.3.10. Freight Transport
      • 5.3.11. National Security
    • 5.4. ITS Service Groups
      • 5.4.1. Incident Management (Domain – Traffic Management)
      • 5.4.2. Traffic Management and Control (Domain – Traffic Management)
      • 5.4.4. Safety Readiness (Domain – Vehicle)
      • 5.4.5. Transport Planning Support (Domain – Traffic Management)
      • 5.4.6. Policing / Enforcing Traffic Regulations (Domain – Traffic Management)
      • 5.4.7. Collision Avoidance (Domain – Vehicle)
      • 5.4.8. Emergency Notification and Personal Security (Domain – Emergency)
      • 5.4.9. Public Transport Management (Domain – Public Transport)
      • 5.4.10. On-Trip Route Guidance and Navigation (Domain – Traveller Information)
      • 5.4.11. On-Trip Information (Domain – Traveller Information)
      • 5.4.12. Emergency Vehicle Management (Domain – Emergency)
      • 5.4.13. Demand Management (Domain – Traffic Management)
      • 5.4.14. Pre-Crash Restraint Deployment (Domain – Vehicle)
      • 5.4.15. Coordination with Emergency Agencies (Domain – Disaster Response Management and Coordination)
      • 5.4.16. Pre-Trip Information (Domain – Traveller Information)
      • 5.4.17. Safety Enhancement For Vulnerable Road Users (Domain – Personal Safety)
      • 5.4.18. Infrastructure Maintenance Management (Domain – Traffic Management)
      • 5.4.19. Safety Provisions for Pedestrians Using Intelligent Junctions Links (Domain – Personal Safety)
      • 5.4.20. Hazardous Material and Incident Notification (Domain – Emergency)
      • 5.4.21. Disaster Response Management (Domain – Disaster Response Management and Coordination)
      • 5.4.22. Pre-Trip Route Guidance and Navigation (Domain – Traveller Information)
      • 5.4.23. Electronic Financial Transactions (Domain – Electronic Payment)
      • 5.4.24. Weather Monitoring (Domain – Weather and Environment)
      • 5.4.26. Public Travel Security (Domain – Personal Safety)
      • 5.4.27. Disaster Data Management (Domain – Disaster Response Management and Coordination)
      • 5.4.28. Environmental Conditions Monitoring (Domain – Weather and Environment)
      • 5.4.29. Integration of Transport-Related Electronic Payment Services (Domain – Electronic Payment)
      • 5.4.30. Commercial Vehicle On-Board Safety Monitoring (Domain – Freight Transport)
      • 5.4.31. Demand Responsive and Shared Transport Management (Domain – Public Transport)
      • 5.4.32. Trip Planning Support (Domain – Traveller Information)
      • 5.4.33. Public Service Vehicle Environment (Domain – Public Transport)
      • 5.4.34. Automated Roadside Safety Inspection (Domain – Freight Transport)
      • 5.4.35. Vision Enhancement (Domain – Vehicle)
      • 5.4.36. Intermodal Information Management (Domain – Freight Transport)
      • 5.4.37. Automated Vehicle Operation / Co-operative Driving (Domain – Vehicle)
      • 5.4.38. Management and Control of Intermodal Centres (Domain – Freight Transport)
      • 5.4.39. Commercial Vehicle Fleet Management (Domain – Freight Transport)
      • 5.4.40. Probe Data (Domain – Traveller Information)
      • 5.4.41. Commercial Vehicle Pre-Clearance (Domain – Freight Transport)
      • 5.4.42. Personal Information Services (Domain – Traveller Information)
      • 5.4.43. After-Theft Vehicle Recovery (Domain – Emergency)
      • 5.4.44. Monitoring of Suspicious Vehicles (Domain – National Security)
      • 5.4.45. Utility and Pipeline Monitoring (Domain – National Security)
      • 5.4.46. Commercial Vehicle Administrative Processes (Domain – Freight Transport)
  • 6. IDENTIFYING APPLICABLE STANDARDS – CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
    • 6.1. Conclusions and Recommendations
      • 6.1.1. Benefits of ITS Standardisation
      • 6.1.2. ITS Architecture Reference Models
      • 6.1.3. ITS Communications Standards
      • 6.1.4. Standards Associated with ITS Services
      • 6.1.5. Further Work
  • 7. BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • APPENDIX A: SUMMARY OF ITS STANDARDS