|Sources of Information in Transportation
INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
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American Control Conference. Proceedings. Evanston, IL: American Automatic Control Council. Annual. 1982- .
Location varies. Focus is on topics relevant to advanced control and automation, such as robotics, guidance and control, intelligent control, and modeling and advanced simulation.
Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation (AATT). Proceedings. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers. Irregular. 1989- .
Location varies. Contains papers on technical innovations for improving transportation infrastructure and providing more efficient transportation operations.
IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC). Proceedings. Piscataway, NJ: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Annual. 1997- .
Title varies. Held annually at different sites. Focus is on cutting-edge electronics technologies and their applications to ITS.
IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium. Proceedings. Piscataway, NJ: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Annual. 1989- .
Title varies. Held annually at different sites. Papers address vehicle-centered intelligent systems.
IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference. Proceedings. Piscataway, NJ: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Semi-annual. 1950- .
Held in Spring and Fall. Conferences address various topics related to ITS, such as vehicle electronics, navigation, control, guidance, sensors, and communication.
International Association for Vehicle System Dynamics Symposium. Proceedings. London: Taylor & Francis. Biennial. 1975- .
Location varies. Focus is on current state-of-the-art in ground vehicle dynamics and related fields.
International Congress on Transportation Electronics: Convergence. Proceedings.
Warrendale, PA: Society of Automotive Engineers. Biennial.
Covers emerging technologies as well as the process and business aspects of automotive technologies.
International Federation of Automatic Control. Proceedings of the IFAC Symposium on Control in Transportation Symposium. Oxford, UK: Pergamon. Triennial. 1970- .
Hosted by the Technical Committee on Transportation Systems. Covers recent developments on aspects of the role of automatic control in traffic and transportation systems.
International Symposium on Advanced Vehicle Control (AVEC). Proceedings. Tokyo: Society of Automotive Engineers. Biennial. 1992- .
Location varies. Focuses on advanced control of vehicles, covering topics such as: advanced steering and suspension systems, intelligent vehicles, driver assistance systems, human factors, sensors, and vehicle dynamics.
ITS America. Meeting. Conference Proceedings. Washington, DC: Intelligent Transportation Society of America. Annual. 1991- .
Contains papers from the foremost gathering of academia, government, and industry in the U.S, covering research, development, and deployment of ITS.
ITS in Europe. Conference Proceedings. Brussels: ERTICO. Irregular. 1999- .
Location varies. Originally convened to “fill in the gap” with European-focused events during the years that the World Congress takes place outside of Europe.
Smart Moving: International Conference on Intelligent Transport System. London: ITS UK. Biennial. 2003- .
Focus is on new technologies for urban, regional travel, and worldwide travel. Hosted by ITS UK, in conjunction with ITS Canada and ITS America, as well by some of the European national ITS associations. The conference is held alongside the Traffex Exhibition, the leading traffic technology exhibition in the U.K.
Society of Automotive Engineers. World Congress & Exhibition. Warrendale, PA: Society of Automotive Engineers. Annual.
Published in the SP (Special Paper) series, this is an annual collection of SAE Technical Papers focusing on Intelligent Vehicles and ITS technologies from one or more sessions at an SAE event.
Transportation Research Board. Annual Meeting. Preprints. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Annual. 1921- .
Annual conference converging engineers, scientists, and researchers, supported by state transportation departments and federal agencies. Published papers have been issued on CD-ROM since 1998. Papers are also categorized by subject and published in the Transportation Research Record series (also known as the Journal of the Transportation Research Board since 1999).
World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems. Annual. 1994- .
Title and location vary. Convenes every three years in Europe. Considered to be one of the foremost annual events focusing on ITS research and applications worldwide. Sponsored by the three premiere ITS organizations in the world: ITS America, ITS Japan, and ERTICO.