European ITS Framework Architecture
Following high-level recommendations, the European Commission decided to fund the KAREN project, whose aim was to develop the European ITS Framework Architecture. The first version was published in 2000. It has since been updated and extended by the FRAME projects, and is being used by a growing number of countries as the basis for their National or Regional Architectures. The European ITS Framework Architecture is designed to provide a flexible high level ‘framework’ that individual countries can tailor to their own requirements. National ITS Architecture projects based on the European ITS Framework Architecture, such as ACTIF (France), ARTIST (Italy), TTS-A (Austria) and TEAM (Czech Republic), therefore have a common approach and methodology, but each has been able to focus on the aspects of local importance and develop them in more detail.
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