Structurally, the thesis is organized into five chapters.
The first is a brief introduction that discusses the topic of the selected thesis topic and outlines directions for future development. It also includes the purposes and objectives of the chosen topic and the structure of the thesis.
Chapter Two, General About ITS Systems and Services, first defines ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems), then describes the reasons for deploying ITS, the organizations responsible for implementing ITS, and the history of ITS. ITS architecture and the KAREN classification are briefly explained, and cooperative ITS systems are also mentioned. The chapter also includes an overview of the situation in the world, the EU and Slovenia.
The third chapter is entitled Intelligent Vehicle Systems and contains the division of intelligent vehicle systems into active and passive safety systems and a brief description of them.
Chapter 4 of ITS in passenger cars deals with intelligent in-vehicle systems, which are presented in the form of subdomains of the eighth KAREN classification domain. These subdomains are: Vision Enhancement, Automated Vehicle Operation, Longitudinal Collision Avoidance, Lateral Collision Avoidance, Safety Readiness, Pre-crash Restraint Deployment
The final, fifth chapter deals with the Conclusion of the topic under discussion, followed by the References and Resources, Image Sources, and Statement.