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Intelligent Transport Systems in the Minds of Georgian Engineer and ITS Market Today

Ekaterine Tavberidze
Business Administration, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi Iasi, Romania
Abstract—Positive changes in the appearance of the global transport on the eve of XXI century accompanied with a number of negative consequences, such as unacceptable level of casualties , increased consumption of non-renewable energy sources and the negative impact on the environment , constantly growing delay of people and goods across all modes of transport. Solution was found in the creation of intelligent transport system(ITS) that uses innovative developments in the modeling of transport systems and regulation of traffic flow, that provides finish users more simple and safe. As for Georgia, at this moment actively developing the individual disparate elements of ITS, which is dictated by the current needs of the market and not the long-term strategy. Present day market situation of ITS in our country distinguishes fragmentation, lack of national standards, non-system contacts (and virtually lack thereof) with the International Association of ITS. Spontaneous development of local and corporate systems generates environment, when integration into a single intelligent transport system would technically impossible. There are also external threats - existing projects of the disparate elements of Georgian Intelligent Transport systems, due to inconsistency with international standards can trigger switching international transit traffic to bypass the country. Experience of the EU countries, USA, Japan, China and other countries in the promotion of ITS projects shows that in a market economy only a single state policy brings together government, all levels of business and sectors of economy in addressing national objectives in the transport sector.

Index Terms—Intelligent transport systems, georgian engineer and ITS, ITS today, ITS standardizations, state's role in standardization of ITS, transport scenarios

Cite: Ekaterine Tavberidze, "Intelligent Transport Systems in the Minds of Georgian Engineer and ITS Market Today," Journal of Traffic and Logistics Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 236-240, September 2014. doi: 10.12720/jtle.2.3.236-240
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