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Commercial Vehicle Safety and Security Operations. N YSDOT Technology and Infrastructure Development Activities The Convergence of Real-Time Data, Information And Operations Office of Safety & Security Services. New York State E-Screening Program. Safety More commercial vehicles screened

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commercial vehicle safety and security operations
Commercial Vehicle Safety and Security Operations

NYSDOT Technology and Infrastructure Development Activities

The Convergence of Real-Time Data, Information And Operations

Office of Safety & Security Services

new york state e screening program
New York State E-Screening Program
  • Safety
    • More commercial vehicles screened
    • Identification of “noncompliant” operators
    • Higher probability of stopping problem carriers
  • Economics
    • Public Sector
      • Asset management
      • Improved benefit/costs of roadside inspection operations
    • Private Sector
      • Lower operation costs
      • Increased efficiency
      • Greater freight delivery reliability
  • Environmental/Energy
    • Reduction of idling emissions
    • Reduction in fuel consumption
slide3

Mainline Electronic Screening Technology

  • Screen commercial vehicles for:
  • Credentials Status
  • Weight Compliance

Transponder Readers

Identify Vehicle

NORPASS 915 MHz Transponder

License Plate

Reader

Roadside Operating

Computer

Located at Inspection Facility

MainlineWeigh-in-Motion Devices

(WIM) Installed in Pavement

  • Checks with:
  • SAFER Data
  • CVIEW/

OSCAR Data

Bypass/Stop Signal Sent to Transponder

typical electronic screening site
Typical Electronic Screening Site

Mainline Screening WIMs

(Piezo Electric, Piezo Quartz, Load Cell)

Compliance

AVI Reader

Notification AVI Reader

Vehicle Detection & Identification

Via Transponder Reader & License Plate Reader with Video Recognition

Real-Time Operations & Screening Computer

Static Scale for Weight Enforcement

OSCAR/CVIEW/SAFER Database* (IFTA, IRP, HUT, OS/OW, etc.)

*Can Add Other Data Files For Safety & Security

e screening transponder norpass cvisn tag
E-Screening Transponder NORPASS CVISN Tag

Also called Mark IV Fusion Tag

Can have E-Z Pass Layer

Based on screening data for weight and credentials, system sends signal:

Red Light

Truck must stop at inspection site

Green Light

Truck can bypass inspection site

i 90 schodack n y e screening prototype installation infrastructure optimization
I-90 Schodack, N.Y.E-Screening Prototype InstallationInfrastructure Optimization
  • 24/7 data collection, storage and retrieval
  • Real-time data transmission/network
  • Highway data collection (speed, volumes, class, weight) for planning, programming and asset management
  • Roadside safety/weight inspection operations
  • Weather information for traffic management/road conditions
e screening development wim research
E-Screening Development & WIM Research

Study Funded by:

  • I-95 Corridor Coalition
  • Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
  • Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
i 90 e screening installation
I-90 E-Screening Installation
  • I-90 Schodack, N.Y. E-Screening Test Site includes:
    • CVISN-compatible transponder reader
    • Three different WIM technologies
    • License plate reader/video recognition
    • Weather station
    • Remote-activated CV inspection signs
wim test bed i 90 in schodack n y
WIM Test BedI-90 in Schodack, N.Y.
  • Installed three different WIM technologies
    • Single Load Cell
    • Quartz Piezoelectric
    • Class I Piezoelectric
  • Commercial “off-the-shelf” technologies
  • Range in accuracies, cost and ease of installation
wim test bed layout

Class I Piezoelectric

WIM Sensors

Quartz Piezoelectric Sensors

SLC System

NYSDOT & NYSP Remotely Operate System from Schodack Rest Area to Monitor, Identify and Notify Carriers for Inspection & Weight Enforcement

Roadside Operating Computer & E-Screening Software

Schodack Rest Area

Notification AVI Reader

Vehicle Detection & Identification

via Transponder Reader & License Plate Reader/Video Recognition System

WeatherStation

Highway Data Collection Site Capable of 24/7 Data Collection, Storage and Retrieval Compliant with FHWA standards

*Not to Scale

WIM Test Bed Layout

*Not to Scale

single load cell wim scales
Single Load Cell WIM Scales

Single Load Cell WIM Scales

kistler quartz sensors
Kistler Quartz Sensors

Load-bearing pad (can be grounded)

Aluminum profile

Quartz-sensing elements

Elastic material

class i piezoelectric
Class I Piezoelectric
  • Sensor-type device
  • Primarily used for data collection activities
  • Reported lowest accuracy at 10%– 15%
  • Least intrusive
i 90 e screening installation15
I-90 E-Screening Installation
  • Statistical analysis developed
  • Compared three WIM measurements correlated with static measurements using LPR/Transponder
  • Measured pavement quality (smoothness) over time, weather variations, etc.
  • Best WIM may not be most accurate
  • Accuracy plus life cycle costs, installation, pavement requirements, etc., factored
schodack n y e screening installation status 2008
Schodack, N.Y. E-Screening Installation Status 2008
  • Completed WIM installs and calibration
  • Completed LPR installation
  • All equipment tested, including weather station
  • WIM data collection started in April 2008
  • LPR data collection in May 2008
  • Performed static scale weight measurements versus dynamic WIM measurements in Fall 2008
  • Evaluated over time to correlate pavement degradation with WIM accuracy
vehicle infrastructure integration vii
Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII)
  • Similar to E-Z PASS technology (DSRC)
  • 915 MHz  5.9 GHz
  • Extremely high-speed, high-capacity, low-latency, highly secure data transmission
  • Universal, interoperable device/system offers multiple transportation uses
  • Internet for the highway/transportation
  • System vehicle control possible
vii enables many applications
Safety & Security Examples

Road Condition Warning

Lane/Road Departure

Cargo/Container Tracking

CV Driver ID/Verification

CV Routing/Geo Fencing

Wireless Inspection

Parking availability

In-vehicle signing

Intersection collision avoidance

Mobility Examples

Probe Data

Travel Time

Electronic Payment

Incident/Accident Info

Tolling

Navigation/Directions

VII Enables Many Applications
new concept of vii w cvii
New Concept of VII W/CVII

OBE – On Board Equipment

RSE – Road Side Equipment

DSRC @ 5.9 GHZ

OBE

RSE

OBE

Network Management Center

  • OEMs, Private Companies, Subscription Services, etc.

Aqua = NYS

Yellow = Others/TBD

Private Sector

Public Sector

nysdot i 95 cvii program
NYSDOT & I-95 CVII Program
  • Develop CV vehicle OBE system and software to build upon:

National VII efforts

I-95 NC/NCHP/Volvo Truck Project

FMCSA’s Wireless Roadside Inspection Project

  • Test Wireless CV Driver ID and Verification (TWIC, Biometrics)
  • Test Wireless Vehicle Safety Inspection Information (brake condition, tire pressure, light status, etc.)
  • Develop/Test CV to Maintenance Vehicles Communication
cvii program requirements
CVII Program Requirements
  • Complete interoperability
  • Communication with any VII-compliant vehicle or infrastructure
  • Nonproprietary “core” system design capable of duplication
  • USDOT’s National VII Initiative utilization of DSRC 802.11p
  • Integration of VII communications device w/SAE J1708 commercial vehicle data bus
  • Compliant/utilization of standard message sets SAE J1587, SAE J1939 and SAE 2735
cvii program status
CVII Program Status
  • Contract negotiations started August 5, 2008
  • Winning team led by Volvo Technology of America

w/TechnoCom, Booz Allen, Cambridge Systematics, Southwest Research Institute, Fitzgerald & Halliday

  • Program started in Fall 2008
  • Partners include I-95 CC, NYSTA, Michigan DOT, Washington DOT, RITA JPO, FMCSA, FHWA, ATRI, ATA and NYS Motor Truck Association
new york s oscar web site
New York’s OSCAR Web site
  • On-Line Electronic Credentialing System for Commercial Vehicles
  • OSCAR (One Stop Credentialing and Registration) rollout May 1, 2003
  • Joint Agency Development led by NYS Tax and Finance, including NYSDOT, NYSTA, NYSP & DMV
  • Web site www.oscar.state.ny.us
    • Carriers can obtain instant online credentials
    • Free, secure service that does not require installation of new software on a PC
    • IRP, IFTA, HUT and OS/OW credentials electronically
current oscar functionality
Current OSCAR Functionality
  • NYS Department of Taxation and Finance - Highway Use Tax (HUT):

Obtain credentials/renewal Duplicate/cancel/revise

  • IFTA Credentials
  • IRP Credentials:

Obtain Credentials

Transfer Plates

  • NYSDOT Credentials: Obtain I-84 special hauling permits
  • Electronic Payment: Credit Card, ACH (HUT transactions only)
  • Web site expanded business hours: 24 hours, Monday-Friday
status of new york s oscar
Status of New York’s OSCAR
  • More than 19,000 enrollments
  • More than 513,182 credentials issued
  • Total credential costs: $6.46 million
  • Tremendously successful, extremely well received by industry
  • Future enhancements in progress (IFTA renewals, NYSDOT divisble load permits)