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Connected Vehicle Test Bed Wireless connectivity allows cars to tell other vehicles where they are located at all times
1. Connected Vehicle Test Bed 2. Safety Pilot
AERIS Program Truck safety will be improved with Connected Vehicle technology
3. AERIS Program 4. Truck safety will be improved with Connected Vehicle technology
Warning message that the car is a approaching a traffic signal Connected Vehicle technology will improve help to curb crashes between light vehicles and heavy vehicles
5. Warning message that the car is a approaching a traffic signal 6. Connected Vehicle technology will improve help to curb crashes between light vehicles and heavy vehicles
V2V communication on freeways will help to prevent crashes Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication showing types of V2I messages that can be delivered to the vehicle.
7. V2V communication on freeways will help to prevent crashes 8. Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication showing types of V2I messages that can be delivered to the vehicle
Trucks are an important part of the Connected Vehicle Safety Pilot Connected Vehicle Warning Devices can help drivers avoid serious lane change crashes
9. Trucks are an important part of the Connected Vehicle Safety Pilot 10. Connected Vehicle Warning Devices can help drivers avoid serious lane change crashes
Wireless Connectivity Intersection
11. Wireless Connectivity allows cars to be continuously aware of each other so when one car breaks suddenly cars several yards behind the vehicle get a safety warning before they get too close 12. Intersection Connected vehicles can improve safety at busy intersections
Connected vehicles can help to mitigate crashes on busy urban streets Anonymous data from connected vehicles will be open to the public and can be used for a myriad of new safety, mobility and environmental applications
13. Connected vehicles can help to mitigate crashes on busy urban streets 14. Anonymous data from connected vehicles will be open to the public and can be used for a myriad of new safety, mobility and environmental applications
Wireless communications will allow connectivity between all modes of transportation Connected Vehicles will include in-vehicle warning devices to help avoid crashes
15. Wireless communications will allow connectivity between all modes of transportation 16. Connected Vehicles will include in-vehicle warning devices to help avoid crashes
Safety Pilot Driver Clinics Connected vehicles can help to prevent crashes at busy intersections
17. Safety Pilot Driver Clinics 18. Connected vehicles can help to prevent crashes at busy intersections
Many Connected Vehicles will include aftermarket devices to warn against potential crashes Kenneth Leonard, Director, ITS Joint Program Office
19. Many Connected Vehicles will include aftermarket devices to warn against potential crashes 20. Kenneth Leonard, Director, ITS Joint Program Office
Connected Vehicle Technology
21. Connected Vehicle Technology can help vehicles "platoon" at the same speed and conserve energy and curb pollution 22. Automated Vehicle Image - Platooning uses cooperative adaptive cruise control in a series of vehicles to improve traffic flow stability and safely allow short headways, to obtain mobility and fuel efficiency benefits.
23. Automated Vehicle Image - Automated vehicles use on-board sensors, cameras, global positioning, and telecommunications to help perform safety-critical driving functions such as steering, acceleration, and/or braking. To ensure full awareness of their surroundings, automated vehicles can leverage connected technology to communicate wirelessly with other vehicles and roadside infrastructure to improve safety, performance, and reliability. 24. Automated Vehicle Image - A small, driverless vehicle operates on dedicated paths to transport passengers to their destinations. The passenger provides destination input, but does not control the vehicle at any time during the trip.
Traffic signals  

25. Traffic signals are an important part of the connected vehicle environment. They will help to prevent crashes by sharing messages between all nearby vehicles, infrastructure and even pedestrian cell phones.

 

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Washington, DC 20590
(202) 366 3700
(202) 493 2027 (fax)
mike.pina@dot.gov

 

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