Achieve Secure Networking for Intelligent Roadways
With Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS), roadway ITS operators and authorities can ensure they have a strong cybersecurity posture, starting right at the edge of their networks.
Network connectivity for roadway devices is increasingly important as civil and traffic engineers connect new devices and systems, and instrument existing ones together, as part of an Intelligent Transport System (ITS). The goals are often to reduce and ultimately eliminate road deaths (Vision Zero), and to reduce congestion and therefore reduce vehicle emissions and transit times, thus reducing environmental impact and increasing productivity.
ITS and roadway devices include traffic signal controllers, weather stations, cameras, digital/variable message signs, pedestrian detectors, and a whole lot more! These devices are often housed in metal enclosures at the side of the road. While the enclosures provide good environmental protection (usually to IP65 or better), the physical security of the enclosures/cabinets is often lacking–this makes securing the devices within them all the more important.
The era of connected and autonomous vehicles brings increasing pressures to roadway IT networks, with more advanced use cases around journey optimization and the safety of all road users, and firmly elevates the roadway devices, and their connectivity, to critical-infrastructure status.
This paper outlines an approach and digital transport reference model for transport agencies to get started on a journey to harness the value of their data.
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