vassili alexiadis

September 2017

Recent research efforts, such as the Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation (AMS) project, Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP) 2 C10 project and SHRP2 L08 project, have demonstrated that existing AMS tools have limited capabilities to properly reflect the impacts of a proactive management approach on driver behavior through the full trip chain.

Systems Engineering Architecture Planning

ITS architectures map the flow of information between communications, transportation, and organizational assets, and they incorporate inputs from cross-functional stakeholders. Cambridge Systematics has extensive experience developing small- and large-scale ITS architectures to integrate ITS applications and services. We are experts in all aspects of architecture planning, including establishing the operational concept, determining functional requirements and system interfaces, conducting standards identification and applicability, and determining funding-based project sequencing.

Intelligent Transportation Systems Planning and Evaluations

Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and operational improvements have become central to transportation management. Cambridge Systematics leads in the development and application of ITS, and our team has built some of the field's most extensive ITS analysis, planning and evaluation tools. Our award-winning ITS work helps agencies make better use of today’s infrastructure, conserving scarce resources for the future.

Planning for Operations

A forward-thinking approach to operations planning is essential in transportation systems management. Cambridge Systematics leads in developing strategies and applying technologies that improve highway, transit and freight operations performance. We help clients identify and prioritize needs, build consensus among stakeholders, and create detailed plans to ensure continued success.

Transportation Opertions Planning