Last update: June 2017
The Alaska Iways ITS Architecture (AKIA) conforms to the broader National ITS Architecture, which is used as a framework for the design, development and implementation of Intelligent Transportation System technologies.
The ADOT&PF has conducted a statewide effort to engage with multiple state, federal and local agencies (see Education and Outreach Plan below for list of stakeholders). The AKIA will serve to coordinate and integrate existing and future ITS projects so that they function as a technologically compatible, complementary system.
The most recent update of the Alaska ITS Architecture Update was completed in early 2017. The final documents are available below. The last phase of the update project consists of updating iways.alaska.gov which we hope will be complete by the end of 2018.
Systems Engineering Checklist (Instructions included)
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