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Jasmin Jusufranić ,
Jasmin Jusufranić
Mirsad Imamović
Mirsad Imamović


The potential of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) wich will assist in the realization of traffic policy goals lies in a wide variety of applications in different forms of transport, both for passengers and for cargo. This is the case not only for road transport, where applications include: electronic tolls, dynamic traffic management (including variable speed limitations, parking and booking, and real-time navigation), real-time information and other driver assistance systems like Electronic Stability Control and Departure Warning System. The benefits of introducing ITS solutions is to improve the economy, efficiency and security of the transport system. The benefits are grouped in conjunction with accompanying measurements and effects: safety, efficiency, productivity and cost reduction and impact on the environment. Collective level of benefits that can be achieved at the state level, with well-developed traffic infrastructure, are impressive.


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