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This slide depicts the goals of the program.
Blue goals- early goals- to spur CV tech deployment not just through wirelessly connected vehicles but also through other elements that are major players in this connected environment, i.e., mobile devices, infrastructure, TMC, etc. Data can be integrated from these multiple sources to help make key decisions.
Green goals shows the benefits-the reasoning behind why we are kick starting this program- to target improving safety and mobility and environmental impacts and commit to measuring those benefits. Measurement of the impacts and benefits are not just through an isolated test bed or a computer-based simulation testbed.  This is a real world deployment. Differentiating and finding these benefits and identifying what can be attributed to these CV applications and technologies is an important component of the activity.
Red goals show the resolution of issues of various deployments. People often first jump to technical areas and focus on getting applications to work together- but that is only 1/3 of the issues. Institutional arrangements must be put in place to get the technology installed as well as to manage and govern the sharing of information. Also, financial arrangements must be made that may integrate the technologies into a financially sustainable model that can live on after the funding from the initial pilots.
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Schedule discusses how these sites move forward and the overall schedule. Overall timeframe is a 50 month window.
Phase 1: good concept development phase important to reduce risk of failure after deployment. This period includes planning for how to measure impacts, ensure safety, train participants for operations, etc. Completion of concept development phase ends with the Comprehensive Deployment Plan which essentially answers the progress gate question of whether the concept is ready for deployment or not.
If yes, 20 month design/deploy/test phase follows, where there is more detailed design and the system is tested both technically and institutionally.
If the system functions in a safe and effective manner, a progress gate leads to the maintain and operate phase for the next 18 months – this is where the benefits assessment and performance measurement will most likely occur.
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Bob to Fix this picture – Sam has a newer one
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Numbers lower due to vehicle life-cycle, maintenance, and schedule needs
Purchase 8600 ASD, 600 are spares
RSU for V2I Applications at ~335 locations and Support Applications at ~36 locations.
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Numbers lower due to vehicle life-cycle, maintenance, and schedule needs
Purchase 8600 ASD, 600 are spares
RSU for V2I Applications at ~335 locations and Support Applications at ~36 locations.
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Area covered physically
CV coverage
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Since the safety pilot experienced >1000 meters range for the RSE’s it will be interesting to deal with the overlapping effects
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Discuss HMI in regards to
ease of installation/integration
Audio/Graphic alerts
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