Research of Intelligent Transportation System Based on the Internet of Things Frame


According to city public transit problem characteristic, the main body of a paper has been submitted and has worked out one kind of based on the Internet of things frame Intelligent transportation system. That system collects data by vehicle terminal and uploads data to the server through the network and makes data visible to the consumer passing an algorithm in the server. One aspect, the consumer may inquire about public transit vehicle information by Web. On another aspect, the consumer can know public transit vehicle information by station terminal. The experiments have tested that the Intelligent transportation system can offer public transit vehicle information to many consumers with convenient way thereby this system can solve the city mass transit problem.

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Y. Wang and H. Qi, "Research of Intelligent Transportation System Based on the Internet of Things Frame," Wireless Engineering and Technology, Vol. 3 No. 3, 2012, pp. 160-166. doi: 10.4236/wet.2012.33023.

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