Ch. 1. Introduction. Project background and objectives. Technical approach to the project. Report organization -- ch. 2. Literature review. Underlying technology. Mobile device technology. Characteristics of the mobile information. Resources required to provide mobile services. Contribution of mobile messaging to an overall agency communications strategy -- ch. 3. Characteristics of underlying technology. Mobile technology, and mobile information. Underlying technology and real-time mobile message types. Mobile technology. Characteristics of real-time information provided on mobile devices -- ch. 4. Resource requirements -- ch. 5. Contribution of mobile messaging to agency communications strategy -- ch. 6. Case studies. Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (Portland, OR). Bay Area Rapid Transit District (Oakland, CA). LeeTran (Lee County/Fort Myers, FL). Transport for London (London, United Kingdom) -- ch. 7. Findings, lessons learned, and conclusions. Summary of project scope. Project findings. Lessons learned -- Conclusions -- Suggestions for future study -- References -- appendix A. Bibliography -- appendix B. Survey questionnaire -- appendix C. List of agencies responding to the survey -- appendix D. Additional information.Mobile Web is the term used when the Internet is accessed by means ofa cell phone, PDA [personal digital assistant], ... it is received by a Short Message Service Center (SMSC), which must then get it to the appropriate mobile device ( 19).
|Title||:||Use and Deployment of Mobile Device Technology for Real-time Transit Information|
|Author||:||Carol L. Schweiger|
|Publisher||:||Transportation Research Board - 2011|