Trends in Development and Integration of ITS
ITS applications are used in different traffic and transportation segments and enable processes automatization, acquizition and processing of large amounts of data, real time monitoring and control, providing services to clients etc. The main aims of the ITS introduction are the improvement of the trafic and transportation system functioning and of the provided services for clients. The ICT development has enabled the usage of the large number of smart devices, which can generate different characteristics of physical objects and exchange data with other devices and systems. This has led to the IoT concept in which the intelligent management of physical objects, based on processing and analyse of the large amounts of data, is possible. The aim of this paper is the review of the latest trends in the ITS systems’ development in the context of new technologies, social changes and users’ requests. In the paper there are described the ITS, the IoT and the Big Data analytics, which enable the intelligent transport services provided to the clients.
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