DownloadJune 24, 2015

Newly Installed Asset and Fault Management System, an Asset Itself in Ireland

Without a clear understanding of their assets and quick responses to faults, the vast majority of organisations would face costs which quickly escalate out of control. Thankfully, through the use of technology and ITS knowledge, the industry has responded to clients’ key pain points, making the entire process increasingly efficient, flexible and cost-effective.

DownloadApril 1, 2015

National Transport Management System in Sweden

This article shows how the National Transport management System (NTS) delivers an integrated service for the Swedish road network.

DownloadApril 1, 2015

Smartly Maintaining Dublin’s ITS Infrastructure

This paper looks at a system which is used to manage the fault lifecycle of all ITS equipment in Dublin. It is an Internet and smart phone – based integrated fault, repairs and inventory management system.

DownloadApril 11, 2014

Theory of Evolution

This article discusses how a National Traffic Management System in Sweden deals with life-threatening incidents on its region’s roads.

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The Dublin City Council Fault Management System

This article looks at the aims, the functions and the benefits of the system. The system facilitates service delivery to Dublin City Council, ITS contractors and other stakeholders, whilst supporting field technicians in a real-time manner and delivering services to multiple client staff and contractors as part of a fully integrated online service.

DownloadJanuary 14, 2013

System Support for Operators in a Traffic Management Control Centre

This paper describes what the operators see when using a system which integrates multiple subsystems into a single user interface and considers the help and assistance provided for the operators.

DownloadJune 8, 2012

A distributed systems architecture Integrating Multiple Traffic Management Centres in Sweden

This paper considers how a good road traffic management system should operate. It then describes a framework architecture for such a system, based on the principle of a common user interface integrating a number of cooperating distributed systems – a framework used for the National Traffic Management System in Sweden.

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