Hawaii Statewide ITS Architecture


One of the central steps in developing the Hawaii Statewide ITS Architecture is to identify the needs and associated ITS services that are important to the Statewide stakeholders. This page contains a list of the generic ITS services, organized by functional area, which have at least one customized instance (a 'Service Package') in the Hawaii Statewide ITS Architecture.

The customized service package diagrams show information flows between elements that provide a single service. Most of these information flows are drawn from the National ITS Architecture. User-defined (ud) flows, indicated by flow name_ud, were created for to express interface connections not contained in the National ITS Architecture. In the Advanced Vehicle Safety service package diagrams connected vehicle (cv) flows, indicated by flow name_cv, are flows defined in the Connected Vehicle Reference Implementation Architecture (CVRIA), rather than in the National ITS Architecture.

Customized service package diagrams for each generic Service Package can be viewed by selecting the service package identifier in the table below.

Area Service Package Name

Traffic Management

ATMS01 Network Surveillance
ATMS02 Traffic Probe Surveillance
ATMS03 Traffic Signal Control
ATMS05 HOV Lane Management
ATMS06 Traffic Information Dissemination
ATMS07 Regional Traffic Management
ATMS08 Traffic Incident Management System

Transit Management

APTS04 Transit Fare Collection Management

Traveler Information

ATIS01 Broadcast Traveler Information
ATIS02 Interactive Traveler Information

Commercial Vehicle Operations

CVO03 Electronic Clearance
CVO04 CV Administrative Processes
CVO06 Weigh-In-Motion

Emergency Management

EM07 Early Warning System
EM08 Disaster Response and Recovery
EM09 Evacuation and Reentry Management
EM10 Disaster Traveler Information

Archived Data Management

AD2 ITS Data Warehouse
AD3 ITS Virtual Data Warehouse

Vehicle Safety Systems

AVSS12 Cooperative Vehicle Safety Systems

The Hawaiian language uses two diacritical markings. The 'okina is a glottal stop; and the kahako is a macron. The State of Hawaii strongly encourages the use of Hawaiian diacritical markings. The National ITS Architecture tool, Turbo Architecture, does not allow for the Hawaiian diacritical markings to be input and as such, customized service package diagrams, operational concepts and other outputs from Turbo are unable to reflect the diacritical markings. To ensure consistency in this ITS Architecture website, no Hawaiian diacritical markings will be used.