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ARKTRANS. The Norwegian system framework architecture for multimodal transport systems supporting freight and passenger transport Version 5.0

Abstract

The four transport modes, road, sea, air and railway, have identical needs and challenges with respect to freight and passenger transport related to the use of information and communication technology (ICT). They also see much of the same shortcomings related to the transport preparation and planning, transport services, information services, handling of dangerous goods, etc. ARKTRANS, the Norwegian system framework architecture for multimodal freigth and passenger transport, provides a harmonized view upon the transport domain that will contribute to new and improved solutions. The first versions of ARKTRANS were established in a research project. The current version is established in a follow-up project managed by ITS Norway. Norwegian transport authorities and stakeholders representing all transport modes (road, sea, air and railway) have contributed to the work. ARKTRANS specifies:A reference model describing the sub-domains of the transport domainRoles of the stakeholders in the transport domainA functional view that specifies and structures the functionality needed within the sub-domainsA behavior view describing scenarios and interactions between the sub-domains An information view describing conceptual information models for freight transport and multimodal route information             Technical aspects.
Oppdragsgiver ITS Norway

Category

Report

Client

  • SINTEF AS / 90C211

Language

English

Author(s)

Affiliation

  • SINTEF Digital / Software Engineering, Safety and Security

Year

2006

Publisher

SINTEF

Issue

A146

ISBN

8214028639

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