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Title: VIIC Program Progress


1
VIIC Program Progress
  • ITS Michigan Annual Meeting
  • David Henry, Chrysler LLC
  • President, VIIC
  • May 13, 2007

2
Where We Started
3
Revisiting the VII Vision
  • Provide a mechanism for wirelessly sending and
    receiving information to and from vehicles, and
    between vehicles to
  • Improve safety
  • Vehicle-to-vehicle warnings and collision
    mitigation solutions
  • Roadside-to-vehicle warnings intersections
    roadway weather, incidents, etc.
  • Improve mobility though probe data and in vehicle
    signage
  • Improve traffic flow information
  • Enhanced roadway utilization (better signal
    timing control of traffic flow more responsive
    and efficient roadway maintenance)
  • Flexible and efficient tolling concepts
    (congestion pricing, etc.)
  • Allows for commercial operations. private
    services to offset operating costs
  • Concierge type services
  • Vehicle warranty and diagnostics
  • Other commerce applications (payments and
    advisories)

4
The Connected Vehicle Environment
Control Map Database
Private SectorUse
DSRCVehicle to Hot Spot
Vehicle to Cellular
Satellite toVehicle (GPS)
DSRCVehicle to Roadside
DSRCVehicle to Vehicle
Traffic Management Center
(TMC)
5
A Unique Partnership was Required
  • Key stakeholders are
  • US Department of Transportation
  • State Departments of Transportation
  • Automobile Manufacturers

To address both technical and policy issues
6
VII National Coalition Relationships
  • The National VII Coalition was established in
    2004 to determine if the investment necessary to
    equip new vehicles and the roadway infrastructure
    with communications is warranted and can be
    synchronized.

VII National Coalition
VII National Executive Leadership Team VII
National Working Group
VIIC
USDOT
State Local DOTs
7
Targeted Milestone Timing
  • DSRC frequency allocation 2003
  • USDOT adopted VII as major initiative
    2004
  • VII Consortium founded 2004
  • USDOT / VIIC Cooperative Agreement 2005
  • Michigan DOT Local Test Bed 2007
  • VIIC Proof-Of-Concept testing (started) 2007
  • Viability Assessment 2008
  • Deployment Determination 201X

8
What Weve Accomplished
9
Nine Major OEMs Are United Under VII-C
10
VII POC Vehicle Instrumentation
Radio, antenna, on-board unit, applications are
developed for POC
VIIC On-Board Equipment (OBE) Selected,
developed and purchased platforms
5.9GHz DSRC Radio Devices Jointly developped a
DSRC radio Linux drivers antenna
Applications Development Developed basic
prototype applications to exercise the VII
network (Probe Data Collection, Off-board
navigation, In-vehicle signage, Payment
applications)
Vehicle Integration In the process of integrating
equipment into thevehicles (CAN access, Display
mount, OBE mount)
11
Vehicle Test Fleet
VII Test Fleet 25 Vehicles of 4 different
makes 10 OEM vehicles
12
VII POC Infrastructure
The worlds first public 5.9GHz DSRC test bed
with VII network
VII RSE
OEMs can use Michigan VII DTE as the test bed for
vehicle systems
13
VII POC Infrastructure
California POC Test EnvironmentSouthern
Peninsula, San FranciscoBay Area
14
5.9GHz DSRC Infrastructure
The worlds first 5.9GHz DSRC infrastructure is
deployed for VII projects
VII POC created a common foundation for 5.9GHz
DSRC cooperative infrastructure. Demonstrations
utilizing this framework are expected during the
2008 ITS World Congress in New York.
15
Safety Preliminary Conclusions
  • Observations and findings
  • Vehicle heartbeat messages have been
    successfully sent and received among multiple
    vehicles
  • Early tests indicate system supports transmission
    of signal phase and timing and intersection maps.
  • Message priority testing has not yet been
    completed
  • Preliminary Conclusion
  • V to V safety applications can be supported
  • Applications such as cooperative intersection
    collision avoidance systems can be supported (
    pending tests to determined prioritization of
    safety messages)

16
Mobility Preliminary Conclusions
  • Observations and findings
  • Vehicle data (probe data) can be collected an
    subscribed to
  • Traveler information messages can be delivered to
    vehicles at the intended time and location
  • Dynamic off board routing can be achieved across
    a non contiguous network
  • Preliminary Conclusion
  • The system supports the major elements required
    for providing envisaged mobility solutions
    including probe data collection, advisories and
    dynamic route guidance

17
Commercial Preliminary Conclusions
  • Observations and findings
  • Private services between individual vehicles and
    backend service suppliers can be supported
  • Large sessions can be supported as the vehicles
    moves form RSE to RSE
  • Payments and invoicing can be supported at high
    speed
  • Preliminary Conclusion
  • The system can support a variety of commercial
    services that require individual two way
    communications across a non contiguous network.

18
Initial Findings
  • Applications
  • Heartbeat messages can be exchanged between
    moving vehicles
  • Safety link messages can be wirelessly
    communicated to vehicles
  • Probe data can be wirelessly collected by DSRC
    and can be subscribed to through the network
  • Signage messages can be wirelessly pushed to the
    vehicles and displayed
  • Large files such as those required for Off Board
    Navigation can be communicated across the non
    contiguous network
  • Electronic payments can be conducted at speed
  • Initial Conclusion
  • DSRC wireless communication together with the
    POC network architecture can serve diverse
    applications required for safety, mobility and
    commercial applications

19
VII POC Status
Data collection is underway
  • VII POC Items
  • VII Architecture
  • VII SDN
  • VII ENOC
  • VII RSE
  • VII OBE
  • VII Public App.
  • VII Private App.
  • VII Test Vehicles

Project Phase
27 Test Vehicles
Design
Development
Implementation
7 OEM App. Test Teams
Data Collection
Probe Toyota Comm. Honda,
VW Signage Honda Heartbeat
Honda SPAT-GID Nissan Off-Board Navi.
Chrysler
Data Analysis
Reporting
20
POC Project Accomplishments
The VII concept became a reality.
  • Representation of Government-Industry
    Collaboration
  • Results from VII WG and ELT discussions are
    reflected within the real testing environments in
    Michigan and California.
  • The same concept spreads to New York for World
    Congress.
  • Creation of Cooperative Environment
  • Nine OEMs and many major suppliers participated
    in this joint effort.
  • POC served as a junction of government agencies,
    automotive companies, and infrastructure industry
    partners.
  • Implementation of Proposed Technologies
  • IEEE 1609.2 and IEEE 802.11p standards are
    implemented
  • VII architecture is implemented

21
Value of POC to OEMs
Competitors Joined in a Cooperative Effort
  • Sends a strong, unified message
  • Government agencies (both federal and state) and
    automotive industry are very serious about
    further investment for VII.
  • Indicates that the use of 5.9GHz DSRC for
    cooperative vehicle-infrastructure and
    vehicle-vehicle safety systems is appropriate.
  • Shows the VII concept and supporting technologies
    work within real world conditions.
  • OEMs moving forward
  • Each OEM now has VII test vehicles for additional
    development toward product deployment and a local
    test environment to utilize
  • POC has created a fair-and-equal work environment
    for healthy competition

22
Additional Value to OEMs
Creation of VII Team within OEM and among OEMs
  • Acceleration of Internal Technical Development
  • Joint efforts toward POC laid a technical
    foundation for OEMs to shift our gear to D
    (Development)
  • Joint POC exercise allowed OEMs to assess
    technical viability of VII much more efficiently
    and effectively than doing is separately.
  • Early involvement of supplier community in
    developing POC systems should benefit the
    automotive industry as a whole to accelerate the
    VII deployment
  • Creation of Internal Framework for Deployment
    Analysis
  • Provided excellent opportunities for VII
    knowledge-building for executives.
  • Creation of VII Team within each OEM.
  • United engineers and legal/regulatory experts
  • Parallel activities on legal regulatory
    analyses are underway.

23
Whats Next???
24
The Next Steps
Focus our future efforts to prepare for the
deployment decision
May 2008
Deployment Decision
VII ELT
VII WG
Business / Policy Framework
Policy WO
Program Management WO
Business / Policy Planning
VIIC
VII POC
Focus More on Deployment Preparation
Radio WO
OBE WO
Technology Validation
Application WO
Security WO
Technical Follow-Up
Positioning WO
Positioning WO
Sys. Eng. WO
25
Thank You
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