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VII Applications. Mike Schagrin, VII Applications Manager ITS Joint Program Office Research & Innovative Technology Administration USDOT. Private Sector Uses. VII Infrastructure Network. E-payment. Real Time Network Data. Signal Phase and Timing. Safety Communications.

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VII Applications

Mike Schagrin, VII Applications Manager

ITS Joint Program Office

Research & Innovative Technology Administration

USDOT


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Private Sector Uses

VII Infrastructure Network

E-payment

  • Real Time Network Data

Signal Phase and Timing

Safety Communications

Instrumented Roadside

Opportunities with VII Applications

  • Situation Relevant Information

Probe Data


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VII Will Be Used to Support a Wide Array of “Day 1” Applications

  • Traveler Information

    • Travel Times, Incident Alerts, Road Closures, Work Zones

  • In Vehicle Signage

    • Local Signage (School Zones, Stop Signs)

    • Highway Next Exit Services

  • Navigation

    • Off Board Navigation

    • Reroute Information

  • Traffic Management

    • Ramp Metering

    • Signal Timing Optimization

    • Corridor Management Planning Assistance

    • Corridor Management Load Balancing

  • Weather Information

    • Surface conditions; surface treatment status; visibility, etc.

    • Improved Weather Observing

  • Safety

    • Emergency Electronic Brake Light

    • Traffic Signal/Stop Sign Violation Warning

    • Curve Speed Warning

  • Electronic Payment

    • Parking

    • Toll Roads

    • Gasoline


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Application Development Approach


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VII Application Development Process

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VII Day-1 Track

Application ConOps

Application Research

Prototype Development, Testing, and Analysis

Day-1 Use Case Development

Phase 3

Phase 4

Fundamental

research, modeling and simulation

activities

  • Data Characteristics Study

  • Probe Data-based Research

    • Weather Observations (WDT)

    • Traffic Signal Optimization

    • Corridor Management

Deployment Readiness and Support

High Level Application Development Plans

Phase 1

VII Research related to institutional, deployment, and operational

issues

  • Roles/responsibilities of States and local transportation agencies in executing applications

  • Central versus decentralized analyses of probe data,

  • Evaluation of “opt in” public sector programs,

  • VII “Operating Entity” structure, governance, funding.

POC App. ConOps

Phase 2

POC App. Req.

POC Application Development

POC App. Testing (Detroit)

VII POC Track


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Challenges/Next Steps

  • Determine additional application priorities for investment

    • Address areas of transit and motor carrier operations, as well as planning support, etc.

    • Private sector needs to meet market demand

    • Identify which stakeholders need to be further engaged and how best to do this

  • Identify necessary (but not overly restrictive) standards and guidelines

  • To what extent should applications be developed

  • Determine resource needs of public agencies


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Next: VII Data Characterization


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