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Osceola County Field Equipment

Status: Existing

Description: Represents the ITS field equipment (traffic controllers, detectors, traffic control devices, and driver information systems) located in Osceola County. ITS devices and field equipment are operated and maintained by Osceola County. Traffic controllers located at Osceola County intersections are operated by Osceola County and maintained by the City of Kissimmee through contract with Osceola County.

Stakeholder: Osceola County

Systems Interconnected
with the Osceola County Field Equipment


Architecture Flow Diagrams
which include Osceola County Field Equipment:

Architecture Flows
to/from the Osceola County Field Equipment:

Osceola County Field Equipment flows into icon County and City PWD Vehicles Osceola County Field Equipment flows into icon County and City Roadway Maintenance and Construction Systems Osceola County Field Equipment flows into icon FDOT District 5 Field Equipment Osceola County Field Equipment flows into icon Osceola County Traffic Operations Center Osceola County Field Equipment flows into icon Railroad Operators Wayside Equipment County and City Roadway Maintenance and Construction Systemsflows into iconOsceola County Field Equipment County Fire EMS/Rescue Vehiclesflows into iconOsceola County Field Equipment FDOT District 5 Field Equipmentflows into iconOsceola County Field Equipment Local Fire/EMS Vehiclesflows into iconOsceola County Field Equipment LYNX Transit Vehiclesflows into iconOsceola County Field Equipment Osceola County Traffic Operations Centerflows into iconOsceola County Field Equipment Railroad Operators Wayside Equipmentflows into iconOsceola County Field Equipment Vehicleflows into iconOsceola County Field Equipment

National ITS Architecture Subsystems
mapped to the Osceola County Field Equipment:

National ITS Architecture Services
associated with Osceola County Field Equipment:


Last Updated 3/23/2022