Service Packages represent slices of the architecture that address specific services like traffic signal control. A service package collects together several different physical objects (systems and devices) and their functional objects and information flows that provide the desired service. The table below is a menu of service packages with underlying graphics and definitions. By following the links, you can traverse to the physical, enterprise, and functional view components that are associated with each service package, as well as tabs for other supporting content.
The table below is a menu of service packages with underlying graphics and definitions. Some service packages support multiple implementations, which are identified with the term (Implementations) in the table.
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Service Packages that originated outside the United States are designated with the International icon (). Many of the other service packages may also be relevant to international ITS implementations.