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ICT Strategy. Intelligent Highways: The right data at the right place at the right time – all the time. Traffic Management. With increasing demand for travel, more and more road networks are experiencing Traffic Congestion.

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ict strategy

ICT Strategy

Intelligent Highways: The right data at the right place at the right time – all the time.

traffic management
Traffic Management
  • With increasing demand for travel, more and more road networks are experiencing Traffic Congestion.
  • In many cases this could be reduced if more real-time information was available to traffic engineers and drivers.
intelligent highways
Intelligent Highways
  • Intelligent Satellite Navigation re-routing.
  • Automotive developments: Lane Keeping Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control .
  • Cooperative Vehicle Highways Systems (CVHS) will emerge in the next decade.
  • eCall services – activate on impact with airbag systems.
  • Collision avoidance warnings.
  • VMS on the dashboard with optional voice synthesis.
  • High Occupancy Vehicle lanes, e-Tolls (Road User Charging).
  • Growth in road-side and on-road devices and associated data volumes.
drivers for change
Drivers for change
  • Shared Operational Picture
    • Increasing need for real-time access to a common operational picture.
  • Increased Data Volumes
    • Real-time dissemination of massive data volumes, often on a large scale.
  • Loosely coupled, Plug & Play
    • Need to cope with emerging ITS demands such as CVHS.
  • Interoperability
    • Need to share information end-to-end, in the new emerging System of Systems.
    • Interoperability is a key enabler to meeting new demands.
data distribution middleware choices
Data Distribution:Middleware choices
  • Really only three choices:
    • Use proprietary middleware
      • MQ Series, Tibco, BEA
    • Java Messaging Service (JMS)
      • Standards-based
      • Popular in the “Enterprise” domain
      • API only, no wire interoperability
    • Data Distribution Service (DDS)
      • Standards-based
      • Popular in the “Edge” domain
dds benefits
DDS Benefits
  • OMG standard - Established since 2003
  • Fully distributed, Peer-to-peer, Fault tolerant
  • Quality of Service (QoS) per data flow
  • Plug and Play Architecture with dynamic discovery
  • Wire protocol standard (RTPS)
  • Designed for unreliable transports like UDP and wireless networks
  • Scalable, high performance, low latency - 10x faster than JMS
references next steps
References – next steps
  • “Using DDS to Enable The Real-Time Enterprise Service Bus (RT-ESB)”, Rajive Joshi, Ph. D., Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, Ph.D., Real-Time Innovations, Inc.
  • “OpenSplice DDS in Transportation”, Dr. Angelo Corsaro, PrismTech Ltd.OMG's Data Distribution Service Standard: An overview for real-time systems” Rajive Joshi and Gerardo Pardo-Castellote, Dr Dobbs Journal, November 20, 2006.
  • OMG Data Distribution Portal
  • Next steps: validate with the Market/Industry.