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David Grant Chuck Askin Carl Craft Taylor Frith. Geoff Weller Nhu Nguy David Graham. Gridlock Avoidance System (G.A.S.). Project Overview. Gridlock Avoidance System (G.A.S.) ODU CS 410/411 presented by David Grant PM. Project Goal.

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David Grant

Chuck Askin

Carl Craft

Taylor Frith

Geoff Weller

Nhu Nguy

David Graham

Gridlock Avoidance System (G.A.S.)


Project Overview

Gridlock Avoidance System (G.A.S.)

ODU CS 410/411

presented by David Grant PM


Project Goal

  • Our main goal is to develop a computer-based simulation model to mimic the behavior of the Hampton Roads Interstate System south of the Mercury Blvd. Interchange to the Battlefield Blvd. Interchange.


Project Sub-goals

  • We intend to provide city planners and transportation professionals with results that describe their system’s operations at current and modified vehicle flow rates in two formats: statistical and graphical.

  • This tool is necessary to support the interstate highway system in Hampton Roads which is a critical element to the infrastructure of society in the area.


Project Sub-goals (cont.)

  • Demonstration simulation of a small segment of the Hampton Roads interstate system for project validation and verification.

  • Market the project on a consultant basis (what ifs).

  • Completion by the end of the calendar year 2001

  • Y2K compliant software and hardware


Competitive Analysis

  • Competitors

    • Other Traffic Simulation products

  • Strengths

    • Currently not being used by the local governments or VDOT

  • Weaknesses

    • Data must be in a usable format

    • Different localities maintain their data differently


General Approach


CS 250

Collect and format data for input

CS 300u

Survey of real-life traffic patterns

Marketing research (purse strings)

Contractual Aspects


Schedules

  • Fall Semester 1998

  • Spring Semester 1999

  • Implementation and Completion Phase


Fall Semester 1998


Fall Semester 1998 (cont.)


Spring Semester 1999


Implementation and Completion


Resources

  • Personnel

  • Office

  • Equipment


Faculty Advisor

12 Graduate students working 20 hr. @ $15 per hr.

$ 46,000

$180,000

Personnel (annual costs)


Office Space ($1500 per month)

Office Furniture ($500 per month)

Office Supplies and Utilities ($600 per month)

$ 18,000

$ 6,000

$ 7,200

Office (annual costs)


Gateway E-5200 Computers (6)

Lexmark OPTRA 3455 network printer

HP OfficeJet Pro 1175C all-in-one

Statistical Software Package

$ 15,600

$ 2,600

$ 1,000

$ 200

Equipment (purchase costs)


HP DesignJet 2500C Plotter

IBM Fast Ethernet LAN Switch 1100

Simulator Engine (several single purchase to evaluate)

$ 9,400

$ 1,900

$ 4,300

Equipment (purchase costs cont.)


Personnel

Office

Equipment

ODU Research Foundation

Total Project Cost

$ 565,000

$ 78,000

$ 35,000

$ 340,000

$1,018,000

Project Total Costs


Evaluation Methods

  • During Fall Semester 1998 and Spring Semester 1999, there will be regular status and brainstorming session of the group and sub-groups.

  • During the implementation and Completion phase we will use accepted SEI standards (formal and one-on-one peer reviews, Test Readiness Reviews, Team Advisory Groups for customer acceptance).


Potential Problems

  • Not possible to model current/historical traffic

  • Not possible to complete in time

  • Inadequate or unavailable data

  • Too expensive

  • No buyers

  • Already on market

  • Spending cutback


Bibliography

  • Experts:- Dr. Leathrum (ECE)- Dr. Overstreet (CS)- Mr. Dennis Watson (VDOT)


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