2018 IEEE International Conference on Software Architecture Companion (ICSA-C) (2018)
Seattle, WA, USA
Apr 30, 2018 to May 4, 2018
Cooperative-Intelligent Transport Systems (CITS) aims to facilitate cooperative, connected and automated mobility. The C-ITS domain comprises widely spread systems like traffic management systems, traffic light controllers, and vehicle on-board units. Such complex and heterogeneous systems have independent uses but demand a strategy to facilitate their convergence. C-ITS is currently demonstrated by projects such as C-MobILE, which is a large scale demonstration project spanning from 2017-2020. One of the main objectives of C-MobILE is to define a reference architecture for large scale C-ITS deployment and demonstration at the partner deployment sites across Europe. The C-MobILE C-ITS reference architecture is defined using the C-ITS architecture framework that is compatible with the ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010 international standard for architecture descriptions of systems. C-MobILE C-ITS reference architecture captures the needs of deployment sites and provides a guidance for future projects. In this paper, we present the context and the functional view of the C-MobILE C-ITS reference architecture and share the lessons learned.
IEC standards, IEEE standards, intelligent transportation systems, ISO standards, mobility management (mobile radio)
P. Karkhanis, M. G. Brand and S. Rajkarnikar, "Defining the C-ITS Reference Architecture," 2018 IEEE International Conference on Software Architecture Companion (ICSA-C), Seattle, WA, USA, 2018, pp. 148-151.