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Advanced Mobile Traffic Information and Communication System-AMTICS

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2 Author(s)
M. Tsuzawa ; Japan Traffic Manage. Technol., Assoc., Tokyo, Japan ; H. Okamoto

An integrated traffic information and navigation system in Japan will display information gathered at police-managed traffic control and surveillance centers in 74 cities. The information is reprocessed by computer at the AMTICS data processing center and broadcast to vehicles by a new radio data communication system called Teleterminal. The equipment in vehicles will consist of a display, a compact disk-read only memory, a reader for retrieving map information stored on CDs, and a microcomputer to calculate the vehicle's position and to superimpose it on the display. The major benefit of this system will be its ability to display, in real time, not only the vehicle's current position and route but also information on traffic congestion, regulation, road works, and parking. The system is also being considered for application to business vehicle management systems.<>

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Vehicle Navigation and Information Systems Conference, 1989. Conference Record

Date of Conference:

11-13 Sept. 1989