Kauai Regional ITS Architecture

Interconnect: HDOT-HWY-K Traffic Control Center - HDOT-HWY-K Field Devices

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HDOT-HWY-K Traffic Control Center - HDOT-HWY-K Field Devices

(E) = Existing Flow
(P) = Planned/Future Flow
(E/P) = Existing and Planned Flow - Flow appears as Existing and Planned
SourceArchitecture FlowsDestination
HDOT-HWY-K Traffic Control Center speed monitoring control (P)
roadway information system data (P)
signal system configuration (P)
signal control plans (P)
signal control device configuration (P)
signal control commands (P)
video surveillance control (P)
traffic sensor control (P)
HDOT-HWY-K Field Devices
HDOT-HWY-K Field Devices speed monitoring information (P)
roadway information system status (P)
signal fault data (P)
signal control status (P)
right-of-way request notification (P)
traffic images (P)
traffic flow (P)
HDOT-HWY-K Traffic Control Center

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