Introduction to Intelligent Transport Systems

Code:
20UITS
Academic Degree:
bachelor
Study Programme:
Technology in Transportation and Telecommunications (B 3710)
Form of Study:
full-time and part-time study
Credits:
7
Number of Hours:
3 + 2 hours per week - in full-time study
20 hours per semester - in part-time study
Type of Course:
obligatory
Semester | Language | Field:
czech, english common part of studies
Course Completion:
credit, exam
Course Tutor:
 
roh  Lectures:
Ing. Bc. Vladimír Faltus, Ph.D.
doc. Ing. Pavel Hrubeš, Ph.D.
Ing. Martin Langr, Ph.D.
prof. Ing. Tomáš Zelinka, CSc.
roh  Training Course:
Ing. Kristýna Cikhardtová
Ing. Bc. Vladimír Faltus, Ph.D.
Ing. Martin Heindl
Ing. Patrik Horažďovský
Ing. František Kekula
Ing. Martin Langr, Ph.D.
Ing. Jiří Růžička
roh  Part-time Study:
Ing. Bc. Vladimír Faltus, Ph.D.
Supervising Department:
Department of Transport Telematics (16120)
Keywords:
ITS, transport telematics, telecommunication, information system, traffic control
Abstract:
Terminology and legislative framework telematics systems and their architecture. Telematics systems in practice and their operation. Fundamentals of information and telecommunication systems for ITS. Principles and technical support measurement of traffic data, localization and navigation. Practical work with traffic data. Real examples of possible applications of the principles of ITS.
Objectives:
Students have basic knowledge of intelligent transport systems and understand them as a superstructure of infrastructure. Having an idea of system complexity and the important role of information and telecommunication systems. Students know the basic terminology in this field and can describe the basic components and function of telematics systems.