FDOT District 5 Regional ITS Architecture (Final)

Service Packages For: ATMS - ATMS03-04_D5


  ATMS03-04_D5  
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List of Elements on this Diagram
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Element Name Stakeholder
Seminole County TMC Seminole County
Seminole County Field Equipment Seminole County

List of Stakeholder Elements and Roles on this Diagram
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Stakeholder Element Name Functional Area/Role Functional Area Description
Seminole County Seminole County Field Equipment Roadway Signal Controls This equipment package includes the field elements that monitor and control signalized intersections. It includes the traffic signal controllers, signal heads, detectors, and other ancillary equipment that supports traffic signal control. It also includes field masters, and equipment that supports communications with a central monitoring and/or control system, as applicable. The communications link supports upload and download of signal timings and other parameters and reporting of current intersection status. This equipment package represents the field equipment used in all levels of traffic signal control from basic actuated systems that operate on fixed timing plans through adaptive systems. It also supports all signalized intersection configurations, including those that accommodate pedestrians.
Seminole County Seminole County Field Equipment Roadway Basic Surveillance This equipment package monitors traffic conditions using fixed equipment such as loop detectors and CCTV cameras.
Seminole County Seminole County TMC Collect Traffic Surveillance This equipment package remotely monitors and controls traffic sensors and surveillance (e.g., CCTV) equipment, and collects, processes and stores the collected traffic data. Current traffic information and other real-time transportation information is also collected from other centers. The collected information is provided to traffic operations personnel and made available to other centers.
Seminole County Seminole County TMC TMC Signal Control This equipment package provides the capability for traffic managers to monitor and manage the traffic flow at signalized intersections. This capability includes analyzing and reducing the collected data from traffic surveillance equipment and developing and implementing control plans for signalized intersections. Control plans may be developed and implemented that coordinate signals at many intersections under the domain of a single traffic management subsystem and are responsive to traffic conditions and adapt to support incidents, preemption and priority requests, pedestrian crossing calls, etc.

List of Flows on this Diagram
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Source Element Architecture Flow Destination Element
Seminole County TMC signal control commands Seminole County Field Equipment
Seminole County TMC signal control device configuration Seminole County Field Equipment
Seminole County TMC signal control plans Seminole County Field Equipment
Seminole County TMC signal system configuration Seminole County Field Equipment
Seminole County TMC traffic sensor control Seminole County Field Equipment
Seminole County TMC video surveillance control Seminole County Field Equipment
Seminole County Field Equipment signal control status Seminole County TMC
Seminole County Field Equipment signal fault data Seminole County TMC
Seminole County Field Equipment traffic flow Seminole County TMC
Seminole County Field Equipment traffic images Seminole County TMC
Seminole County Field Equipment right-of-way request notification Seminole County TMC