AMATS Data Archive
Represents AMATS database that stores current and historical traffic counts, crash data, pedestrian and bike counts and other types of data within the AMATS planning area.
|Functional Object||Description||User Defined|
|Archive Data Repository||'Archive Data Repository' collects data and data catalogs from one or more data sources and stores the data in a focused repository that is suited to a particular set of ITS data users. It includes capabilities for performing quality checks on the incoming data, error notification, and archive to archive coordination. It includes the capability to define a data registry that allows registration of data identifiers or data definitions for interoperable use throughout a region. It supports a broad range of implementations, ranging from simple data marts that collect a focused set of data and serve a particular user community to large–scale data warehouses that collect, integrate, and summarize transportation data from multiple sources and serve a broad array of users within a region. Repositories may be established to support operations planning, performance monitoring and management, and policy and investment decisions.||False|
|Archive Situation Data Archival||'Archive Situation Data Archival' collects and archives traffic, roadway, and environmental information for use in off–line planning, research, and analysis. It controls and collects information directly from equipment at the roadside, reflecting the deployment of traffic detectors that are used primarily for traffic monitoring and planning purposes, rather than for traffic management. It also collects situation data from connected vehicles. The data collected, quality checks performed, and aggregation strategies are defined to support transportation system performance monitoring and management.||False|
|NEMA TS 8||Cyber and Physical Security for Intelligent Transportation Systems||This specification describes how agencies and other transportation infrastructure owner/operators should implement cyber– and physical–security for ITS.|
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