|The USDOT has
partnered with the Crash Avoidance Metrics Partners, LLC (CAMP) to develop
vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) applications.
|Work areas under
the agreement between USDOT and CAMP include development of V2I safety,
mobility, and environmental applications, automation technology, security,
non-motorized road users, and positioning requirements.
|Under the V2I
safety applications work area, CAMP will develop, test and evaluate three
prototype applications: Red light violation warning, curve speed warning, and
reduced speed/work zone warning.
|Note that the
reduced speed/work zone warning may involve a simple reduced speed activity
or lane closure component.
|A crash analysis
study identified several potential applications that could address vehicle
crashes through algorithms enabled by data from the infrastructure.
operations and systems requirements were developed for each potential
applications were selected for initial prototype development based on
potential impact on numbers of crashes, fatalities and injuries, readiness of
technology and required data, and relative ease in deployment.