From the perspective of the traffic command and control system, this research is based on "a picture of the situation and a network of data “, which studies the travel preferences for user groups, vehicle allocation, and route selection models. In addition, we also explores the identification of specific groups' comprehensive traffic travel needs, and the need for service matching, travel planning and other aspects. Then, starting from the design of the human-computer interaction (HCI) architecture for the command and control terminal and the user terminal, we seek to achieve integrated transportation of water, land and air, by studying the top-level design and the interaction architecture of the integrated traffic management system of data sharing and linkage across civil aviation, railway and highway.
The research purpose is to design and study typical water, land and air traffic application scenarios, and to establish a "user-centered" HCI architecture of intelligent integrated traffic management system across multiple transportation modes. The research method is to define the HCI architecture of the new traffic management system and to develop the relevant prototype system by starting from the top-level design according to typical user application scenarios and studying the traffic management system of aviation, water , highway, and railway transportation. The research content is to unify the underlying data structure, establish the mid-level interaction architecture and develop the technical route for the upper-level industry application by investigating and researching traffic management systems,such as air traffic control, traffic control, civil air defense, and emergency command. The research group is committed to the realization of cloud data "one map" (GIS), connected to the "one network" (data chain), terminal travel "one ticket" (credit certificate) integrated traffic management system. The deliverable is the optimized efficiency of smart city traffic management, the improvement in users' travel experience through the study of various related application scenarios, and the further betterment of the pilot application at the government traffic management headquarters.