Applying Service Oriented Architecture and Cloud Computing for a Greener Traffic Management

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IGI
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Chapter
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Bhalla Ishan and Chaudhary Kamlesh 2011, 'Applying Service Oriented Architecture and Cloud Computing for a Greener Traffic Management', in http://dx.doi.org/10.4018/978-1-61692-834-6.ch023 (ed.), IGI, USA, pp. 332-347.
Issue Date:
2011
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Traffic Management System (TMS) is a possible implementation of a Green IT application. It can have direct impact on reducing the greenhouse gases. The focus of this report is to illustrate how event driven SOA design principles can be applied in designing traffic management system. It also discusses how cloud computing concept can be used for TMS application. Traffic during peak hours is a problem in any major city where population growth far exceeds the infrastructure. Frequent stop and start of the cars on the heavy traffic roads and slow moving traffic causes greater fuel consumption, which results in greater emission of carbon gases. If efficient traffic management system can speed up the traffic average speed it will help reduce the carbon emission. As the WiMAX technology reaches maturity and achieves greater reliability and speed for wireless data transmissions new mobile applications are possible. Traffic Management System is one such example. WiMAX can facilitate communication to and from fast moving cars. WiMAX combined with GPS (Global Positioning System) technology can facilitate building an efficient traffic management system. The authors have also discussed various scenarios where Cloud computing technology can be utilised resulting in further optimisation of the computing resources and therefore reducing the carbon emission.
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