Design and Implementation of ADVANCE: The Illinois Dynamic Navigation and Route Guidance Demonstration Program 912786
A demonstration program to design, implement and evaluate an in-vehicle navigation and route guidance system with dynamically updated travel time information is being undertaken on a suburban arterial road system in Northeast Illinois. In July, 1991, the Illinois Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Motorola, Inc., and Illinois Universities Transportation Research Consortium agreed to proceed with the design and test phase of the demonstration program. This phase will design the route guidance system demonstration, implement the software design for the Traffic Information Center and conduct a system test. Detailed plans for monitoring and assessing the system's performance will also be prepared. These designs will guide the studies to be performed during the implementation phase of the demonstration program expected to commence in 1993.
Citation: Boyce, D., Kirson, A., and Schofer, J., "Design and Implementation of ADVANCE: The Illinois Dynamic Navigation and Route Guidance Demonstration Program," SAE Technical Paper 912786, 1991, https://doi.org/10.4271/912786. Download Citation
David E. Boyce, Allan Kirson, Joseph L. Schofer
Vehicle Navigation & Instrument Systems
Vehicle Navigation and Information Systems Conference Proceedings-P-253
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