Intelligent Transportation Systems

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  • Abstract

    To safeguard environment for future generations and to manage urban complexities like economical and social policies; smart and sustainable cities are necessary, means improving urban planning with affordable housing, adequate water supply, creating green public spaces, upgrading slum settlements, investment in public transport and ensuring access to smart usage of ICT’s for management. And the key segment in smart sustainable city is to have smart buildings, which are built with intelligent management systems and a vision to reduce environmental challenges by higher usage of renewable sources. It is true that, capital cost for smart buildings will be higher than conventional structures but life cycle cost will be very less and even offers increased safety and more quality to the life by which eventually a person and subsequently the society gets benefited. So, accordingly features of smart building can be designed effectively to meet the requirements which are worthy for smart living.



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    Conventional, Economy, ICT, Non-renewable, Renewable, Social policy, Sustainability.

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      [1] Intelligent traffic signal control system for ambulance using RFID and CLOUD by B.Janani Saradha, G.Vijayashri, T.Subha published in IEEE.

      [2] Establishing an ITS with network security mechanism in an internet of vehicle environment by Hsin-Te Wu & Gwo-JiunHorng received August 13, 2017, accepted September 8, 2017, date of publication September 14, 2017, date of current version October 12, 2017.

      [3] A study of enhancing privacy for intelligent transportation systems by Peipei Sui, Xianxian Li, Yan Bai published in IEEE access 2017.

      [4] Blockchain-Based Dynamic Key Management for Heterogeneous Intelligent Transportation Systems by Ao Lei, Haitham Cruickshank, Yue Cao, Philip Asuquo, CHibueze P. Anyigor Ogah and Zhili Sun – Members of IEEE.

      [5] A real time signal control strategy for mitigating the impact of bus stops at urban signalized interactions by Jianwei Hu & Huiping Fang ISSN: 1547-2450 (Print) 1547-2442 (Online) Journal homepage:

      [6] The assessment system of residential community for ITS by Celeste Chavis & Eleni Christofa an online journal




Article ID: 29208
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i2.1.29208

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