[Update: The new Sites are nearly ready (Oct. 2013) ]
This site consists of several older
used by machines,
is not often by humans.
Most of our user community never sees this root page.
The new commercial sites will be made public and operational once testing is completed.
This site will remain on-line to hold legacy ITS materials.
Is a site to support the use of the various DSRC software tools and applications
which SCSC licenses to end developers of DSRC products.
The SAE J2735 DSRC tool kit which US DOT FHWA has purchased for US deployment use can be found here.
Is a site to support the use of DGPS Differential GPS/GNSS) data compression tools
which SCSC licenses to GNSS developers.
Implementations of RTCM SC-104, RTK navigation filters, NTRIP and corrections methods for use in the mobile urban fading environment can be found here.
The legacy content below is quite old and should not be considered current with respect the ITS standards
This is a site dedicated to the technical support of those working in the
area of developing and using standards for
Systems). It provides resources for a variety of deployments
who need access to technical information in this area. It provides drafts of
standards, released standards, and critical source code in ASN, XML, XSD, WSDL
as well as various
reference documents required by builders. It is operated as a service by SubCarrier Systems Corp (SCSC)
for the benefit of its clients.
Note: Many parts of this site
are now password protected and limited to SCSC client use. This is due to a lack of
support from the SDOs that depended on it but did not care to cover the
operating costs. If you are a State DOT
and have made an RFP that depended on the content of this this site, such as
the ITS schema repository, then please contact us to make arrangements to provide you with any critical needed information.
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is the premier place to ask questions and get answers about how the
standards are to work and how they work with each other. Supported by
all the relevant standards developing communities of ITS, this resource is
the place to seek for an answer to any technical questions. It also the only
place where you will find them all together and be able to see how they are
intended to work that way. Membership is free, (but you need a real
email). Many forums are hidden unless you join and are logged-in. A
great many white papers, proposed standards drafts, and code fragment can be
XML Schema Repository
(Direct file system by FADD)
A Useful ReadMe
(ReadMe file for first time users)
repository is a place where you can get the standards both in-draft form and
in their XML forms along with the supporting standards of other effort
needed to implement them. The XML here is mounted in a
machine-readable form with proper linkages to other XML schemas so that your
can point you favorite tool to directly at it and process complete schema
sets. You can also download what you find here, although in some cases
you need to secure legal rights to the printed documentation from its owner. Where the standards developer allows it, the
actual document in a Word and PDF formats is also posted. Source code
for ASN.1 listing can also be found here. As new standards are issued
and revised, and greater integration is achieved between the efforts, the
results can always be found here. A growing number of deployment
schema sets can also be found here as well.
The most current
release Use This for now -->
The support forum
Mini-Edit is a tool developed to create and maintain the database of entries
used to create each ITS standard as well as exchange and process them.
It also creates the XML schema sets and ASN.1 source code used in ITS. It is freely
available here and is used by both authors and by deployment users to
access the data concepts.
New to ITS? Here is some useful background material about the
program, the players, and the various standards, all provided by the
Program Office. Need to learn about the ITS national architecture?
Try here as the
best resource on the web.
Ready to start using standards? Here are some of the freely available
Users Guides to help you get up to speed with the major message set
Three new guides also being developed at this time
(Incident Management), now being revised
Get technical questions about something? Ask the experts, the
authors, or other implementors at the
ITS standards forum.
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