intelligent vehicle highway systems

intelligent vehicle highway systems

[in¦tel·ə·jənt ‚vē·ə·kəl ′hī‚wā ‚sis·təmz]
References in periodicals archive ?
Department of Transportation (DOT) contracted with a private provider of intelligent vehicle highway systems (IVHS) for measurement technology to aid in federal transportation planning.
He has served in a number of positions with FHWA, including Indiana division administrator, Utah assistant division administrator, planning and program management team leader in the New Mexico Division, highway engineer in the Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems Office in Washington, DC, highway engineer in the Office of Implementation at the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, area engineer in the Utah Division, and assistant area engineer in the Michigan Division.
A correct mix of Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (IVHS) elements and the more arcane dualmode guideways--two new transportation architectures--plus wayside electric power can produce cost-effective, safe, high-density rights-of-way.
* Tom Rose, "Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems: Going Places Fast," Microwave Journal, May 1993, pp.
States can employ available technological improvements and draw on advances of the future, such as Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems, which will help reduce congestion by keeping traffic moving without major roadway expansion.
But it is the time of your life that they are taking from you, in larger and larger quantities, to spend on the above silliness, plus other obscure private industry pork such as Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems ($114.5 million).
The Idaho Storm-Warning Operational Test, funded by the Department of Transportation's Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (IVHS) program and the state of Idaho, will evaluate highway visibility-sensing and communication systems for potential nationwide applications.
Advocates of intelligent vehicle highway systems (IVHS) may be biting off more than they can chew.
These technologies collectively comprise Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (IVHS).
His current interests are in wireless communications and intelligent vehicle highway systems.
The budget also proposes a $75 million increase for the so-called Smart Cars/Smart Highways Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (IVHS) program.
These systems offer technologies that will lead to the first generation of intelligent vehicle highway systems. The TIRIS organization is working with MFS Network Technologies to provide AVI technology for California's SR-91, America's first private all AVI highway.

Full browser ?