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Intelligent transport systems in Europe: opportunities for future research

McDonald, Mike, Hall, Richard, Keller, Hartmut, Hecht, Christoph, Fakler, Oliver, Klijnhout, Job, Mauro, Vito and Spence, Angela (eds.) (2006) Intelligent transport systems in Europe: opportunities for future research, London, UK, World Scientific

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This book provides valuable insight and critical appraisal of key areas of intelligent transport systems (ITS) for land transport in Europe. ITS is becoming increasingly important as the means to improving the efficiency, safety and comfort of the transport of people and goods while at the same time helping to minimize environmental damage and the contribution of transport to global warming.
The material draws on over four years of study by the ROSETTA project — part of the European Commission 5th Framework Program. For each of the 12 areas addressed, the book provides a vision for their application, identifies key issues yet to be addressed and the future opportunities that the timely application and advancement of ITS can bring

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Published date: October 2006


Local EPrints ID: 53286
ISBN: 981270082X
PURE UUID: 8c939d6a-6234-4e03-87da-14d5bf26d8d6

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Date deposited: 23 Jul 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:38

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Editor: Mike McDonald
Editor: Richard Hall
Editor: Hartmut Keller
Editor: Christoph Hecht
Editor: Oliver Fakler
Editor: Job Klijnhout
Editor: Vito Mauro
Editor: Angela Spence

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