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Title: Five Year ITS Strategic Plan (2010


1
Five Year ITS Strategic Plan (2010 2014)
  • ITS America Workshop
  • January 15, 2010
  • John Augustine
  • Deputy Director, ITS Joint Program Office
  • USDOT

2
ITS Strategic Plan ITS JPO Administered Program
3
ITS Strategic Plan Process
  • Planning started in early 2008
  • Inputs gathered from
  • ITS Program Advisory Committee inputs
  • USDOT modal staff interviews
  • Stakeholder engagement (responded to a RFI)
  • Trend analysis
  • Transportation
  • World
  • Technology

4
ITS Strategic Plan Process
  • Senior ITS JPO and USDOT multi-modal staffs
    established vision, mission goals April 2009
  • Multi-modal teams formed April 2009 May 2009
  • Request for Information (RFI) public workshop
    for stakeholder input May 2009 June 2009
  • Draft ITS research proposals developed May 2009
    June 2009
  • Senior ITS JPO and USDOT multi-modal staffs
    reviewed provided input (down scoped) June
    2009
  • ITS research proposals revised July 2009
    August 2009
  • Senior ITS JPO and USDOT Multi-modal staffs
    reviewed revised proposals September 2009
    November 2009
  • ITS Management Council concurrence December 2009

Proposed ITS Strategic Plan Investment Approach
5
ITS Strategic Plan Principles for All Research
  • Define Go / No Go decisions at all major
    milestones prior to commitment of additional
    funds
  • Assess expected costs benefits at all major
    milestones
  • Ensure driver distraction is addressed in
    research design
  • Evaluation technology transfer is part of
    research design
  • Conduct stakeholder engagement throughout
    programs life
  • Written Charters Program Management Plans will
    define activities ITS JPO / modal
    responsibilities

6
ITS Strategic Plan Process
Vision for 2010 ITS Strategic Plan A national,
multi-modal surface transportation system that
features a connected transportation environment
among vehicles, the infrastructure, and portable
devices to serve the public good by leveraging
technology to maximize safety, mobility, and
environmental performance.
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
SAFETY
ENVIRONMENT
MOBILITY
Goal Transformative safety through vehicle and
infrastructure connectivity
Goal (1) Capture complete, real-time information
on all roads and all modes to support
transformational system performance. Goal (2)
Achieve transformational transportation
management and system performance through
applications of vehicle and infrastructure
connectivity. Goal (3) Realize next generation
electronic payment systems that support
transformational system performance.
Goal Enable environmental management through
vehicle and infrastructure connectivity.
Policy Foundation for Deployment Establish an
institutional Foundation for deployment of
safety, mobility and environmental applications
based on vehicle and infrastructure connectivity
7
ITS Strategic Plan IntelliDriveSM General
Framework
Applications(Includes Field Tests and
Demonstrations)
Technology Underpinning
Vision
Policy Non-Technical
8
ITS Strategic Plan Research Questions
Framework
  • Are applications available and benefits
    validated?
  • What is the minimum infrastructure needed for the
    greatest benefit? How much, where, when and what
    type?
  • What is the degree of market penetration required
    for effectiveness?
  • Is technology stable, reliable, secure, and
    interoperable?
  • Are international standards available to ensure
    interoperability?
  • What policies/governance/funding are required for
    sustainability?
  • How to address public concerns for privacy and
    ensure that applications do not cause driver
    distraction?

77
Applications
Technology
18
5
Policy
ALL MUST BE ANSWERED TO BE DEPLOYABLE
9
ITS Strategic Plan Vision
A national, multi-modal surface transportation
system that features a connected transportation
environment among vehicles, the infrastructure,
and portable devices to serve the public good by
leveraging technology to maximize safety,
mobility and environmental performance
Achieved Through
and a suite of targeted research and development
initiatives that support cross-modal ITS
solutions
10
What is IntelliDriveSM?
  • IntelliDriveSM is a suite of technologies and
    applications that use wireless communications to
    provide connectivity
  • With and between vehicles (of all types)
  • Between vehicles and roadway infrastructure
  • Between vehicles, infrastructure and wireless
    consumer devices

11
What Can IntelliDriveSM Do?
  • Safety Benefits
  • IntelliDriveSM could potentially address 82 of
    the vehicle crash scenarios involving unimpaired
    drivers
  • Reduce or eliminate crashes through
  • Driver Advisories
  • Driver Warnings and
  • Vehicle Control
  • Livability Mobility Benefits
  • Data-Rich Environment
  • Performance Management
  • Operations Efficiency
  • Traffic, Transit, Parking
  • Weather
  • V2I, I2V Interactivity (SPAT)
  • Environmental Benefits
  • Reduce Emissions
  • Save Fuel

12
Safety Benefits
  • GOAL
  • IntelliDriveSM safety applications are designed
    to increase drivers situational awareness and
    reduce or eliminate crashes through
  • Driver Advisories
  • Driver Warnings and
  • Vehicle Control
  • PROBLEM
  • 37,000 deaths/year (US 2008 data)1
  • 5,800,000 crashes/year (US 2008 data)1
  • Direct economic cost of 230.6 Billion (US 2000
    data)1
  • Leading cause of death for ages 4 to 34 (US 2006
    data)1

1 National Highway Transportation Safety
Administration (NHTSA)
13
Safety Benefits
  • OPPORTUNITY
  • IntelliDriveSM could potentially address 82 of
    the vehicle crash scenarios involving unimpaired
    drivers
  • At full coverage and full effectiveness,
    IntelliDrive could save thousands of lives per
    year
  • REAR-END
  • Forward Crash Warning
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Brake Assist
  • Automatic Braking
  • OFF ROADWAY
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Lane Keeping
  • Curve Speed Warning
  • Stability Control
  • CROSSING PATHS
  • Intersection Movement Assist
  • Stop Sign Signal Violation Warnings
  • LANE CHANGE
  • Blind Spot Detection
  • Side Radar

14
Livability Mobility Benefits
  • GOAL
  • To achieve transformational system performance of
    the surface transportation network through
  • Capture of real time data from infrastructure and
    vehicles (cars, trucks, transit)
  • Development of applications supporting public
    agency transportation management
  • PROBLEM
  • Traffic congestion 87.2 billion annual drain on
    the U.S. economy1
  • 4.2 billion lost hours (one work week for every
    traveler)1
  • 2.8 billion gallons of wasted fuel (three weeks
    worth of gas for every traveler)1

1 Texas Transportation Institute Urban
Mobility Report, 2007 data
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Livability Mobility Benefits
  • Imagine
  • Managing your system if you knew where every
    vehicle (cars, trucks and transit) was in real
    time
  • Planning for your growth patterns when you can
    see the complete traffic patterns around
    development
  • Planning your travel if you knew real-time
    options on all roads, transit parking along
    your route

16
Livability Mobility Benefits
  • OPPORTUNITY
  • IntelliDriveSM can provide transportation
    agencies with
  • Dramatically improved quality and quantity of
    real-time transit, traffic and parking data
  • Which would make it easier to manage
    transportation systems efficiently
  • IntelliDriveSM can provide consumers
  • Real-time info on modal options
  • Real-time info for rerouting

17
Environmental Benefits
  • PROBLEM
  • 2,800,000 gallons of fuel wasted each year
  • 22 CO2 emissions from vehicles
  • GOAL
  • To reduce transportations impact on the
    environment through
  • Capture of real time environmental data from
    vehicles
  • Development of applications supporting public
    agency transportation management

18
Environmental Benefits
  • Imagine
  • Managing your system for environmental and
    weather events if you knew specific information
    about the road vehicles (cars, trucks, transit)

19
Environmental Benefits
  • OPPORTUNITY
  • IntelliDrive can provide transportation agencies
    with
  • Dramatically improved quality and quantity of
    real-time vehicle (cars, trucks, transit) and
    road condition data
  • Which would make it easier to manage
    transportation systems efficiently for
    environmental benefit
  • IntelliDriveSM can provide consumers
  • Real time info on environmental footprint
  • Real time info for rerouting

20
FY 2010 Program
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ITS Strategic Plan FY 2010 ITS Budget Breakdown
Total Budget 100 Million / Year (Assumes
reauthorization at current funding levels)
Total FY2010 ITS Budget
FY2010 ITS Research
22
ITS Strategic Plan Multi-Modal Research
Framework
Applications(Includes Field Tests and
Demonstrations)
Technology Underpinning
Policy Non-Technical
23
ITS Strategic Plan Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V)
Communications for Safety
  • Research questions
  • Are applications effective and are benefits
    validated?
  • What infrastructure is needed? How much, where,
    when, and what type?
  • Degree of market penetration and when required
    for effectiveness?
  • What existing technologies can be leveraged to
    accelerate in-vehicle equipment?
  • What are the special needs and applications for
    truck and transit vehicles?
  • Purpose
  • To accelerate the implementation of next
    generation of safety improvements through the
    widespread deployment of V2V - equipped vehicles
    of all types (truck, transit, auto fleets)
  • Objectives
  • Reach NHTSA regulatory decision by 2013
  • Accelerate in-vehicle technology to ensure value
    to the first V2V vehicles
  • Headlines
  • 76 Crash Scenarios
  • DSRC 5.9GHz
  • Vehicles have 360 awareness (Here I Am)

Note One application to be researched
collaboratively with the European Union (EU)
FY 2010 investment up to 11,500,000
24
Road Maps - Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V)
Communications for Safety V2VAccelerated
In-Vehicle Technology Here I Am
Roadmap for Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V)
Communications for Safety
2010
2011
2012
2013
Fiscal Year
Application Assessment
Objective Testing
Requirements Determination
Benefits Determination
Field Testing
Approach
Regulatory Decision
Infrastructure Needed for Security?
Preliminary Requirements
Refine Strategy
Final Decision
Infrastructure
Analysis
Develop Business Options
Retrofit Feasible?
Fleet Penetration
Road Map for V2V Accelerate In-Vehicle Technology
Here I Am
2010
2011
2012
2013
Fiscal Year
2014
Approach
Identify Candidate Technologies (toll,
aftermarkets, other)
Demonstrations / Field tests
Evaluation / Benefits
Identify Requirements for Here I Am Messages
Scalability Testing
25
ITS Strategic Plan Vehicle to Infrastructure
(V2I) Communications for Safety
  • Purpose
  • To accelerate the implementation of the next
    generation of safety improvements through
    deployment of a nationwide suite of V2I -
    equipped vehicles (truck, transit, auto fleets)
    capable of communicating effectively with
    relevant infrastructure systems
  • Objectives
  • Infrastructure policy guidance / regulation
  • Develop policy guidance/regulation for DSRC in
    signals
  • Develop Signal Phase Timing (SPaT) as initial
    capability
  • Research questions
  • Are applications are effective and are benefits
    validated?
  • What minimum infrastructure is needed for maximum
    benefit? (Initial deployment)
  • Degree of market penetration required for
    effectiveness?
  • Are there unique applications for specialty
    vehicles (transit bus, light rail, etc)?
  • Note
  • One application to be researched collaboratively
    with the EU
  • Leverages FMCSA Smart Park research
  • Headlines
  • 12 Crash Scenarios
  • DSRC 5.9GHz for crash warning various
    communication technologies for information
    advisories
  • Signal warnings support active safety

FY 2010 investment up to 9,300,000
26
Road Maps - Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I)
Communications for Safety V2I Accelerated
Infrastructure Communications Capability
Roadmap for Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I)
Communications for Safety
2010
2011
2012
2013
Fiscal Year
Application Selection
Objective Testing
Requirements Determination
Benefits Determination
Field Testing
Approach
FOT
Input from V2V Infrastructure Analysis
Regulatory Policy Decision 2015
Refine Strategy
Infrastructure
Requirements Analysis
Analysis
Develop Business Options
Retrofit Feasible?
Fleet Penetration
Road Map for V2I Accelerated Infrastructure
Communications Capability (SPaT)
2010
2011
2012
2013
Fiscal Year
2014
Approach
Prototype
Demonstrations / Field tests
Evaluation
Identify requirements
SPaT Interface Definition
27
ITS Strategic Plan Real-Time Data Capture and
Management
  • Purpose
  • To accelerate the implementation of the next
    generation of transportation system improvements
    by providing real-time, cross-modal (bus, rail,
    parking, roadway) information in all 50 states
    that will improve energy conservation, traveler
    information, safety, and reduce congestion
  • Objective
  • Develop data environments conduct cross-modal
    demonstrations to show value of ubiquitous
    real-time multi-modal information
  • Research Questions
  • What data is available today from both
    traditional and non-traditional multi-modal
    sources what is its quality?
  • How can probe data be integrated with traditional
    multi-modal data sources to support
    traffic/transit/freight applications?
  • Headlines
  • Real-Time multimodal information throughout the
    U.S. captured from connected vehicles, devices
    and infrastructure.

2010
2011
2012
2013
Fiscal Year
2014
Approach
Identify Data Needs for Applications
Early Demonstrations
Benefits
Technology Transfer
Additional Applications Considered
Capture Analyze Data
Integrate Data
Test Data Environments
Demonstrations
FY 2010 investment up to 1,995,000
28
ITS Strategic Plan Dynamic Mobility Applications
  • Purpose
  • To improve transportation mobility by providing
    travelers and transportation system operators
    with real-time, dynamic, cross-modal
    decision-making capabilities through access to a
    nationwide suite of applications based on
    improved collection and processing of real-time
    data, supplemented by improved communications
    between vehicles (transit, truck, auto and
    fleets) and infrastructure
  • Objectives
  • Develop applications for public sector managers
    infrastructure policy guidance/regulation
  • Migrate to future technologies
  • Identification of data needs
  • Research Questions
  • Are cross-modal applications effective and which
    are best for deployment?
  • What minimum infrastructure is needed for maximum
    benefit?
  • What public sector cross-modal applications can
    be developed using data available today and with
    future data and technologies?
  • Which mobility applications require public and/or
    private sector investments?
  • Headlines
  • Applications for Real-Time data that are both
    DSRC non DSRC-based
  • V2I Multi-modal applications for mobility

2010
2011
2012
2013
Fiscal Year
2014
Approach
Identify Applications (Freight, transit, border,
traffic, rail, other)
Modeling / Benefits
Technology Transfer
Additional Applications Considered
Applications Development
Market Ready Demonstrations
Demonstrations
Assess the need for demonstrations
FY 2010 investment up to 8,000,000
29
ITS Strategic Plan Road Weather Management
  • Purpose
  • To facilitate and improve the value of road
    weather information provided by both public and
    private sector weather communities to all
    transportation users and operators through robust
    data assimilation, quality checking and effective
    dissemination
  • Objective
  • Applications for public sector managers and more
    robust data for the weather enterprise
  • Research Questions
  • What vehicle-based data is available?
  • What is the data quality validity?
  • How can vehicle-based data be integrated with
    existing weather road-weather data?
  • What public sector applications are needed and
    what are their benefits?

Note Road Weather Management is an earmark in
current legislation. It will be incorporated
into Dynamic Mobility Applications for future
work.
  • Headline
  • Combining vehicle-based, road-weather and weather
    data to improve safety and mobility

2010
2011
2012
2013
Fiscal Year
Data Capture
Data Analysis and Integration
Real-Time Data Demonstrations
Approach
Application Development
Demonstrations Evaluations
Incorporate Into Dynamic Mobility Apps
Dynamic Mobility Apps Demonstrations
FY 2010 investment up to 4,600,000
30
ITS Strategic Plan Applications for the
Environment Real-Time Information Synthesis
(AERIS)
  • Research Questions
  • What vehicle-based data is available?
  • What is the data quality validity?
  • How can vehicle-based data be integrated with
    existing traffic and emissions data?
  • What cross-modal public sector applications are
    needed their benefits?
  • Purpose
  • To generate/acquire environmentally-relevant
    real-time transportation data, use this data to
    create actionable information to support and
    facilitate green transportation choices, and
    assist system users and operators with green
    transportation alternatives or options
  • Objective
  • Applications for the public good
  • Headline
  • Builds on IntelliDrive investments and outcomes

2010
2011
2012
2013
Fiscal Year
2014
Approach
Data Capture
Data Analysis
Data Integration
Application Assessment
Demonstration, Evaluation Technology Transfer
Go/No Go Decision
Approved FY 2010 Funding 1,930,000
31
ITS Strategic Plan Human Factors
  • Research Questions
  • Can the frequency of multitasking be reduced?
  • Can the complexity of distracting tasks be
    reduced?
  • Can unsafe behaviors be monitored and eliminated?
  • Purpose
  • To eliminate distractions related to ITS devices
    as a contributing factor to crashes. Achieve
    this by evaluating driver distraction issues
    while leveraging the convergent findings of
    epidemiological studies, experimental studies,
    and analyses of crash data
  • Objective
  • Minimize distraction and workload
  • Note
  • Cost-sharing with NHTSA
  • To be coordinated with the USDOT Human Factors
    Coordinating Committee
  • Headline
  • Ensure IntelliDrive does not introduce unforeseen
    safety problems

2010
2011
2012
2013
Fiscal Year
2014
Approach
Develop Improved Problem Definition
Develop Best Practices for HMI
Integration Strategy
Long Term Exposure Field tests
FY 2010 investment up to 3,525,000
32
ITS Strategic Plan Multi-Modal Research
Framework
Applications(Includes Field Tests and
Demonstrations)
Technology Underpinning
Policy Non-Technical
33
ITS Strategic Plan Technology Underpinning
  • IntelliDrive Test Environment
  • Objective Create a common resource for public
    and private sector multi-modal testing
  • Harmonization of International Standards and
    Architecture
  • Objective Develop internationally harmonized
    standards, particularly around vehicle-based
    applications
  • IntelliDrive Certification
  • Objective Establish a technology application
    certification approach, particularly for active
    safety applications
  • IntelliDrive Systems Engineering
  • Objective This revised baseline architecture and
    requirements will serve as the technical
    foundation for the next generation of
    IntelliDrive field tests, for initial and ongoing
    deployments of IntelliDrive, and for continued
    research as the core technologies and program
    evolve
  • Data and Communications Security
  • Objective Develop and test a secure
    communications network that is scalable and
    ensures privacy
  • Funding Included in V2V research activities

FY 2010 investment up to FY 2010 investment up to
IntelliDrive Test Environment 1,000,000
Harmonization of International Standards Architecture 700,000
IntelliDrive Certification 1,500,000
IntelliDrive Systems Engineering 2,000,000
34
ITS Strategic Plan Multi-Modal Research
Framework
Applications(Includes Field Tests and
Demonstrations)
Technology Underpinning
Policy Non-Technical
35
ITS Strategic Plan Policy Non-Technical
  • IntelliDrive Policy
  • Deployment scenarios
  • Objective Develop a deployment approach for DSRC
    5.9GHz infrastructure
  • Financing
  • Objective Develop a viable financing strategy
    for funding implementation and operation of DSRC
    5.9GHz infrastructure
  • Other topics
  • Liability
  • Privacy
  • Data ownership
  • Governance

FY 2010 investment up to 5,000,000
36
ITS Strategic Plan Overall Work Program
2010
2011
2012
2013
Application Assessment
Objective Testing
Requirements Determination
Benefits Determination
Field Testing
Applications
Other App Testing
Define Infrastructure Requirements
Yes
Infrastructure
Is Infrastructure Required for Security?
Regulatory Decisions
No
Refine Application Strategy
Yes
Market Penetration
No
Technology
Scalability
Deployment Scenarios Preliminary
Deployment Scenarios Final
Sustainable
Financial Scenarios Preliminary
Financial Scenarios Final
Governance Certification
Acceptable
Assess Driver Distraction
Objective Tests
Field Testing
Additional Testing
Note Investments extend beyond 2013
37
ITS Strategic Plan Mode Specific Research
  • Active Traffic Management (FY 2010 investment up
    to 1,000,000)
  • Objectives
  • To conduct research to identify the performance
    targets, operational constraints, and business
    rules required to support active traffic
    management to include the optimal times when
    active management strategies should be enabled
    and disabled with the associated impacts on the
    transportation system
  • To conduct the foundational research to establish
    a true, real-time test bed simulation framework
    that will lead to the identification of
    operational tests
  • International Border Crossing E-Screening
    (Freight Applications) (FY 2010 investment up to
    1,500,000)
  • Objectives
  • To identify the best technology/ITS solutions for
    a bi-national (U.S. and Mexico) tolling and
    payment system that accommodates dynamic
    (variable) pricing at the border for congestion
    management and idling-related emissions reduction
    to facilitate the safe movement of trucks,
    leaving room for Smart Roadside to operate at
    border crossings
  • To determine if the successful deployment of
    radio frequency identification (RFID)
    technology-based solutions can yield significant
    time savings and safety benefits in international
    border crossing regions

38
ITS Strategic Plan Mode Specific Research
  • Smart Roadside (FY 2010 investment up to
    1,000,000)
  • Objectives
  • To conduct research focused on enhancing roadside
    enforcement operations through improved screening
    and automation of inspection / compliance checks
  • To provide capabilities to identify key entities
    (e.g., motor carrier, commercial vehicle, driver
    and cargo), and to communicate security and
    compliance information from vehicle-to-roadside
    and vehicle-to-vehicle in real-time at highway
    speeds
  • Commercial Vehicle Information Systems Networks
    (CVISN) Core and Expanded (FY 2010 investment up
    to 850,000)
  • Objective To develop and deploy ITS applications
    to support capabilities in three areas (1)
    Safety Information Sharing about commercial
    vehicles and motor carriers (2) Credentials
    Administration for commercial vehicles and motor
    carriers and (3) Electronic Screening of
    commercial vehicles. Expanded CVISN focuses on
    Driver Information Sharing, Enhanced Safety
    Information Sharing, Smart Roadside (automated
    vehicle identification and electronic screening),
    and Expanded E-Credentialing (e.g.,
    oversize/overweight permitting and hazardous
    materials permitting)
  • Multi-modal Integrated Payment Systems (FY 2010
    investment up to 1,500,000)
  • Objective To conduct research to identify the
    technical, institutional and operational issues
    and impediments to deploying regional,
    openarchitecture, integrated multi-modal payment
    systems that accept multiple payment media (FY
    2010 investment up to 500,000) and study
    technology options, requirements and
    architectures to support a range of options while
    also assessing the technology underpinning for
    user charging (FY 2010 investment up to
    1,000,000)
  • ITS Maritime Applications (FY 2010 investment up
    to 500,000)
  • Objective To assess the potential for increased
    efficiencies and improved system performance
    derived from the use of ITS technologies in
    intermodal maritime applications

39
ITS Strategic Plan Exploratory Research
  • V2V V2I Safety for Commuter, Freight Heavy
    Rail (FY 2010 investment up to 500,000)
  • Objective Explore the feasibility of developing
    IntelliDrive applications that support and
    enhance safety on commuter, freight and heavy
    rail
  • Exploratory Solicitation (FY 2010 investment up
    to 2,000,000)
  • Technology Scan
  • Solicitation for research ideas

40
ITS Strategic Plan Technology Transfer and
Evaluation
  • Professional Capacity Building (PCB)
  • Objective Support of effective deployment and
    use of ITS technologies through training and
    capacity building of the multi-modal ITS
    workforce
  • Outreach
  • Objective Publicize the results of research and
    ensure the transfer of knowledge and technology
    to multi-modal stakeholders in the USDOT and
    externally
  • ITS Architecture Standards
  • Objective Evolve the National ITS Architecture
    and develop interoperable infrastructure /
    IntelliDrive and other multi-modal standards to
    support ITS implementation
  • Evaluation
  • Objective Evaluate effectiveness of deployed ITS
    and value of total ITS investment

FY 2010 investment up to FY 2010 investment up to
Professional Capacity Building (PCB) 3,000,000
Outreach 1,000,000
ITS Architecture Standards 6,000,000
Evaluation 4,100,000
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Questions
  • John.Augustine_at_dot.gov
  • (202) 366-5437
  • www.its.dot.gov

42
ITS Strategic Plan Process
The Universe of ITS
Traditional ITS Technologies
Major ITS Initiatives
Research
??
ICM
43
ITS Strategic Plan Stakeholder Comments
  • Focus the program
  • Have an overarching direction
  • Be vocal
  • Put forward a vision
  • Engage the community
  • Technology is outpacing government research
  • Change the game to leverage private sector
    innovation

44
ITS Strategic Plan Noteworthy Trends in
Transportation
  • Stagnant safety statistics
  • Growing congestion
  • Growing interest in transit
  • Growing environmental awareness
  • Emphasis on performance measurement management
  • Troubled transportation financing
  • Road pricing and financing alternatives
  • Transportation impacts lives

45
ITS Strategic Plan Noteworthy Trends in
Technology
  • Expectation for information
  • Ubiquitous connectivity
  • Person-to-person networking
  • Wireless technology boom
  • Strong consumer market
  • Fast pace of innovation

Source Telematics Research Group, Inc.
46
ITS Strategic Plan RFI Input Summary
  • 38 responses
  • Predominantly in agreement with goals and
    objectives as stated in the RFI
  • Priority for most respondents is active safety
  • Another priority is for large-scale testing and
    demonstrations as a means of launching adoption
  • Additionally, much interest in the mobility data
    capture area and the e-payment areas
  • Some common themes
  • Bold, transformative vision is good, but the plan
    should provide an incremental approach that can
    focus and deliver solutions in 5 years
  • Consistent support for standards
  • Common reference to ITS as a tool for measuring
    system performance and enhancing it
  • Thoughts provided on new ways to expand
    partnerships and stakeholder engagement

47
ITS Strategic Plan Proposal Review Criteria
  • Program proposal must support ITS Program goals
    and objectives
  • Focused on large, multi-modal research efforts of
    national importance
  • Federal role must be clear and justifiable
  • Expected to offer a positive, measurable return
    on investment
  • Must have champions committed to research success
  • Will be a market catalyst
  • Must show strong desire for joint funding so that
    resources can be leveraged for common purposes
  • Must deliver research results in 3-to-5 years,
    and must be implementable
  • Must address institutional, regulatory and policy
    issues as well as technology issues

48

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Safety Benefits
  • Imagine
  • Your vehicle can see vehicles you cant see
  • Your vehicle knows roadway conditions that you
    cant see
  • Your vehicle knows the speed and location of
    approaching vehicles

50
IntelliDriveSM Dedicated Spectrum
  • FCC allocated 5.9GHz for safety applications
  • Other applications can be accommodated
  • 5.9GHz put US in leadership role
  • Europe subsequently allocated 5.9GHz
  • Japan subsequently allocated 5.8GHz
  • Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) at
    5.9GHz is required for critical safety
    applications
  • Other wireless technologies are options for other
    applications
  • Strong industry support for DSRC at 5.9GHz

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Latency vs. Communications Technologies For
IntelliDriveSM
Active Safety Latency Requirements (secs) Active Safety Latency Requirements (secs)
Traffic Signal Violation warning 0.1
Curve Speed Warning 1
Emergency Electronic Brake Lights 0.1
Pre-Crash Sensing 0.02
Cooperative Forward Collision Warning 0.1
Left Turn Assistant 0.1
Lane Change Warning 0.1
Stop Sign Movement Assistance 0.1
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IntelliDriveSM An Emerging Industry
  • Implementation will require investment beyond
    USDOT
  • Automotive, Truck, Bus Industry
  • Radio Manufacturers
  • Chipset Manufacturers
  • Traffic Signal Equipment Manufacturers
  • Application Developers
  • State Local Governments
  • Truck Bus Operators
  • Toll Operators
  • Industry is looking for strong leadership from
    USDOT
  • Primary industry feedback is to move faster and
    invest sooner

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ITS Strategic Plan Getting from a Vision to an
ITS Research Program
  • ITS Strategic Plan Development Objectives
  • Development of focused, multi-modal program of
    work to achieve deployment
  • Program that will make a tangible difference on
    transportation issues
  • Vision Guiding theme for all program activity
  • Critical Success Factors How the vision is
    achieved through programs of work
  • Research Questions Guiding questions that focus
    efforts on results and satisfying the critical
    success factors
  • Program Framework Guiding structure of ITS
    Program to achieve vision and satisfy critical
    success factors
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