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|Characterization framework for road transport telematic services|
Characterization framework for road transport telematic services
School of Computing, Blekinge Institute of Technology Sweden, 374 24, Karlshamn, Sweden,
transport, heavy goods vehicle, telematic services, framework, categories, analysis
In order to conduct analysis for the evaluation of benefits derived from Transport Telematic Services (TTS), supporting decisions about architecture design options, it is necessary to establish a characterization framework. Th is study identifies potentially relevant TTSs for Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) Transport, potential users and domain of usage for the services and present these in a useful framework for conducting analysis toward a holistic understanding of telematic services e.g. impact analysis, benefits analysis etc. An illustrative example employing the framework has been presented.
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