|The goals of the
|•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
|•Reduce the number and severity of adverse weather-related
incidents in the I-80 Corridor in order to improve safety and reduce
|•Focused on the needs of commercial vehicle operators in the
State of Wyoming.
|•Improve safety and mobility of travelers in New York City
through connected vehicle technologies.
|•Vehicle to vehicle (V2V) technology installed in up to
10,000 vehicles in Midtown Manhattan, and vehicle to infrastructure (V2I)
technology installed along high-accident rate arterials in Manhattan and
|•Alleviate congestion and improve safety during morning
|•Deploy a variety of connected vehicle technologies on and
in the vicinity of reversible express lanes and three major arterials in
downtown Tampa to solve the transportation challenges.