FDOT District 5 Regional ITS Architecture (Final)

Service Packages For: ATMS - ATMS07-8_D5


  ATMS07-8_D5  
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List of Elements on this Diagram
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Element Name Stakeholder
City of Orlando EMC City of Orlando
City of Orlando Traffic Management Center City of Orlando

List of Stakeholder Elements and Roles on this Diagram
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Stakeholder Element Name Functional Area/Role Functional Area Description
City of Orlando City of Orlando EMC TMC Regional Traffic Management This equipment package supports coordination between traffic management centers in order to share traffic information between centers as well as control of traffic management field equipment. This coordination supports wide area optimization and regional coordination that spans jurisdictional boundaries; for example, coordinated signal control in a metropolitan area or coordination between freeway operations and arterial signal control within a corridor.
City of Orlando City of Orlando Traffic Management Center 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.
City of Orlando City of Orlando Traffic Management Center TMC Regional Traffic Management This equipment package supports coordination between traffic management centers in order to share traffic information between centers as well as control of traffic management field equipment. This coordination supports wide area optimization and regional coordination that spans jurisdictional boundaries; for example, coordinated signal control in a metropolitan area or coordination between freeway operations and arterial signal control within a corridor.

List of Flows on this Diagram
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Source Element Architecture Flow Destination Element
City of Orlando EMC device control request City of Orlando Traffic Management Center
City of Orlando EMC device data City of Orlando Traffic Management Center
City of Orlando EMC device status City of Orlando Traffic Management Center
City of Orlando EMC incident information City of Orlando Traffic Management Center
City of Orlando EMC road network conditions City of Orlando Traffic Management Center
City of Orlando EMC traffic images City of Orlando Traffic Management Center
City of Orlando Traffic Management Center device control request City of Orlando EMC
City of Orlando Traffic Management Center device data City of Orlando EMC
City of Orlando Traffic Management Center device status City of Orlando EMC
City of Orlando Traffic Management Center incident information City of Orlando EMC
City of Orlando Traffic Management Center road network conditions City of Orlando EMC
City of Orlando Traffic Management Center traffic images City of Orlando EMC