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Commercial vehicles intelligent transportation systems

Commercial Vehicles & Intelligent Transportation Systems

a.k.a.

CVII, VII, CVISN, E-Screening, Smart Roadside

&

Other Scary Words!

“The Convergence of Real Time Data, Information and Operations - VII”

Rick McDonough, NYSDOT

Office of Safety & Security Services


Transportation agencies have common emphasis areas

Transportation Agencies have Common Emphasis Areas

  • Mobility & System Management:

    Congestion mitigation to maintain mobility and economic vitality

    Improve efficiencies and effectiveness of systems and operations

  • Safety:

    Crash avoidance and reduction of accidents, injuries and deaths

  • Security:

    Protect key assets and support security operations and incident response


Driving forces safety

42,643

1.48

Driving Forces: Safety

Fatalities

Fatality Rate

1980

1990

2000


Driving forces mobility

Hours of Delay

VMT

Added Capacity

Driving Forces: Mobility

46hrs/yr

28%

2%

1980

1990

2000


Commercial vehicles intelligent transportation systems

Priority Emphasis: Freight Trucks are here…more are coming

Trucks Per Year

2005 and 2035

(Global Insight for AASHTO)

Major Truck-Freight Bottlenecks

2004

(CS for FHWA)

National Highway System (FHWA)


Commercial vehicles intelligent transportation systems

Problem Statement

With current and projected growth in vehicle trips:

  • Need to improve safety, mobility, security and economic vitality across the entire transportation network

  • Need to leverage (significant) existing investments

  • Need smarter integration of elements - vehicles, driver, cargo, infrastructure, data, and roadside activities

  • Need to better manage transportation system including cross-agency coordination

  • Need Commercial and Transit Vehicles prioritized and integrated in ITS initiatives


Potential solution next generation of its vehicle infrastructure integration vii

Potential Solution: Next Generation of ITS – Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII)!

  • Uses Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) – same as E-Z Pass! (915MHz transponder based toll collection system using roadside readers)

  • 5.9GHz technology – high speed, high capacity, secure data transmission

  • Can be integrated into control systems of vehicle

  • Allows high speed, high capacity, secure data communication between vehicles and to/from roadside to vehicles


Current concept of vii

Current Concept of VII

OBE – On Board Equipment

RSU – Road Side Unit

DSRC @ 5.9 GHZ

OBE

RSU

Network Management Center

OEMs, Private Companies, Subscription Services

Private Sector Content Providers

Public Sector


Vii can enable a wide range of applications

Safety Examples

Lane/Road Departure

Road Condition Warning

Emergency Electronic Brake Lights

In-vehicle signing

Intersection collision avoidance

Parking availability

Mobility Examples

Probe Data

Travel Time

Electronic Payment

Incident Data

VII Can Enable a Wide Range of Applications


National vii initiative lacks cvo input

Existing Government and Industry Policy makers

National VII Initiative Lacks CVO Input

VII National Coalition

VII National Executive Leadership Team (ELT)

VII National Working Group

USDOT

(FHWA JPO)

AASHTO

(MI, MN, CA, FL, WA, etc.)

VII-C and other OEMs

(Ford, DCX, Nissan, Honda, BMW, VW, GM, Toyota, etc.)*

Commercial & Transit Vehicles need to be added!


Vii and 5 9 ghz dsrc in action

VII and 5.9 GHz DSRC in Action

A car speeding toward a red light receives a safety alert.

Others are warned that it is suddenly braking.

NO PLANSto make this work with Trucks or Busses

A disabled car and tow truck transmit hazard warnings to approaching passenger vehicles (only!).


Driving forces safety1

42,643

1.48

Driving Forces: Safety

Fatalities

We have the

opportunity to change the trend!

Fatality Rate

V I I D e p l o y m e n t

1980

1990

2000


Driving forces mobility1

We have the

opportunityto create a turning point!

Hours of Delay

VMT

Added Capacity

Driving Forces: Mobility

ITS D e p l o y m e n t

46hrs/yr

28%

1980

1990

2000

2%


2008 its world congress

2008 ITS World Congress

  • Javitts Center, Manhattan

  • November 16-20, 2008

  • Three VII Corridors

    - Manhattan Local Streets (NYCDOT)

    - Long Island Expressway (NYSDOT)

    - Spring Valley Corridor (Suffern to Tappan Zee Bridge) (NYSTA in partnership w/NYSDOT, NYSBA & MTA)


New concept of vii w cvii

New Concept of VII W/CVII!

OBE – On Board Equipment

RSU – Road Side Unit

DSRC @ 5.9 GHZ

OBE

RSU

Network Management Center

OEMs, Private Companies, Subscription Services

Public Sector


Vii coverage spring valley corridor

VII Coverage – Spring Valley Corridor

  • Potential 14 sites covering 13 miles

  • Coverage between each interchange link

  • Average density: .9 miles

  • Greatest distance between sites: 1.7 miles

  • Least distance between sites: .6 miles


Commercial vehicle infrastructure integration cvii

Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (CVII)

  • Objective(s): Utilizing the most advanced communications technologies, exchange real-time information between the roadside and commercial vehicles to improve safety and mobility

    • Field-demonstrate CVII-based capabilities through a permanently deployed 13-mile test site on the NYS Thruway Authority Corridor during 2008 World Congress

    • Initiate commercial vehicle communication

      development to be included in the national

      VII effort

  • Approved I-95 Funding: $750,000


I 95 corridor coalition year 15 priority project recommendation

I-95 Corridor Coalition: Year 15 Priority Project Recommendation

  • Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (CVII)

    • Utilizing DSRC communications technologies to exchange real-time information between the roadside and commercial vehicles to improve safety, security and mobility

    • Initiate and advance CV Manufacturers VII vehicle based development to “catch up” with VIIC

    • Develop and integrate software to allow CV vehicles to communicate with roadside system (and to passenger vehicles!)


Commercial vehicles intelligent transportation systems

Importance of the Effort

  • Critical to the national transportation goals of safety, security & mobility that CV be in VII Initiative “box”

  • The investment in, and benefits from, VII & ITS can only be maximized if the most critical vehicles types (CV, Transit) in terms of facility design, safety, security risk, infrastructure maintenance & economic benefits are included


Nysta nysdot i 95 cvii program

NYSTA, NYSDOT & I-95 CVII Program

  • Modifying existing infrastructure and communications for 13 mile VII corridor with 4 additional sites (NYSDOT, NYSTA, NYSBA)

  • Develop CV vehicle system and software to build upon existing VII efforts, I-95 NC/NCHP/Volvo Truck Project and FMCSA’s Wireless Vehicle Safety Inspection Project

  • Test Wireless CV Driver I.D and Verification (TWIC, Biometrics)

  • Test Wireless Vehicle Safety Inspection Information (brake condition, tire pressure, light status, etc.)

  • Goal: Complete work by October 2008


Commercial vehicles intelligent transportation systems

iCone – Real Time GPS and Speed Monitoring Traffic Barrelfrom Calmar Telematics

  • A simple idea made possible through modern technology

    • - Communicates/Delineates Work Zone or Incident locations in Real Time

    • - Provides Traffic Monitoring Information


Commercial vehicles intelligent transportation systems

5.9 GHz DSRC ROADSIDE TO VEHICLE APPLICATION

WORK ZONE WARNING

WORK

In-Vehicle Display and Annunciation

ZONE

AHEAD

RSU on Control Channel

Flashing Arrow

Grass Divider

Work Zone

Micro Zone

Work Zone Warning Com. Zone

iCone-

Real Time Location &

Speed Monitoring

up to 1100 ft range

Standard Traffic Cone

Not to Scale


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