Sustainable Network Management – The Integration Of Intelligent Transport Systems And “Grid Enabled” Pervasive Sensors

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  2. Nicholas Hodges
  3. Professor Margaret Carol Bell CBE
  4. Dr Fabio Galatioto
  5. Dr Graeme Hill
  6. Jeffrey Neasham
  7. Visalakshmi Suresh
Author(s)Hodges N, Bell MC, Galatioto F, Hill G, Neasham JA, Suresh V
Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference Name16th World Congress for Intelligent Transport Systems and Services
Conference LocationStockholm
Year of Conference2009
Source Publication Date21-25 September 2009
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Leicester’s ITS provides a rich source of data (from traffic detectors, monitored both in real-time and archived, Air Quality Monitoring Stations, weather stations and meteorological services) which is integrated in an Air Quality Modelling Systems framework. The MESSAGE Project’s ‘Grid enabled’ “e-Science” infrastructure demonstration shows how additional data from pervasive environmental sensors can improve the assessment of the impact of traffic and congestion on air quality, noise and exposure and informs the City’s Climate Change Strategy and Carbon Footprint via the 4M project. It also supports response to the European “Air Quality”, “Noise” and “Access to environmental Information” Directives, Strategic Policies and Public Health Challenge.
PublisherIntelligent Transport Systems
NotesPaper no. 3366. Newcastle University Computing Science author: V. Suresh.