The Florida Statewide ongoing, planned and future ITS projects are described in terms of their Architecture components. When multiple projects are largely similar in nature (from an ITS architecture perspective) — with similar system features and functionality — it is accepted practice to consolidate multiple projects into a single "generic" project. Some of the projects in the list below are "generic" projects that may represent more than one actual project. This reduces unnecessary repetition and complexity in the architecture. Once such "generic" project is the Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) Project, which generically represents multiple Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) or Smart Corridor projects in the region.
Each project listed below has a webpage that provides the information needed to verify its compliance with regional, state and federal ITS requirements, including:
The projects listed here have been defined using SITSA elements and services to provide insight into how the project associates with the larger SITSA context. Stakeholders can explore the project to better understand what the projects will include and how the elements are integrated to address the needs of the project. Stakeholders can use the Regional Architecture Development for Intelligent Transportation (RAD-IT) software tool to define new projects using the SITSA content as a reference. Information about RAD-IT and how it can be used to define ITS projects is provided on the Resources tab.
NOTE: SITSA Project Florida V2X Data Exchange Platform including Architectural Elements, Interfaces, and Flows are conceptual examples provided FOR INFORMATION ONLY and is not to be used for ITS project development, procurement, or design at this time. Please contact the FDOT Central Office Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) Program for additional details on this project.