HERMES - High Efficiency Roads with Rerouteing Methods and Traffic Signal Control.
HERMES is one of the projects in the European ATT Programme. The ATT Programme (or DRIVE II as it is frequently referred to) is an application oriented Community Research and Technological Development Programme that has been conceived and implemented with the objective of contributing to the competitiveness of Europe and to its social and economic cohesion. An important means toward this end is the direct collaboration between different European sector actors: road authorities, fleet operators, road user representatives, industry, and research institutions. DRIVE I has already achieved an important step into this direction. DRIVE II aims at providing a framework that encourages even closer cooperation through large scale international pilot projects that will require common functional and technical specifications for the systems to be implemented at least between the partners directly involved in any project. HERMES is one of the so-called "supporting R&D projects" that provides strategies, algorithms and systems for the pilot applications
Bielefeldt, C. (1993). HERMES - High Efficiency Roads with Rerouteing Methods and Traffic Signal Control.
|Conference Name||Institute of Transportation Engineers, 63rd Annual Meeting,|
|Start Date||Sep 19, 1993|
|End Date||Sep 22, 1993|
|Acceptance Date||Sep 9, 1999|
|Deposit Date||Jun 10, 2016|
|Peer Reviewed||Not Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||Automatic incident detection; Highway traffic control; Intelligent transportation systems; Origin and destination; Traffic signals|
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