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graphic showing the schedule for five objectives for each quarter of Fiscal Year 04, 05, 06, 07, and 08

Description

(Version: July 23, 2004)

This Gantt chart shows the schedule for five tasks for each quarter (Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4) of Fiscal Year (FY) 04, 05, 06, 07, and 08:

  • Preparatory Analysis ($XXM)
  • System Design ($XXM)
  • Prototype Development and Specification ($XXM)
  • Field Operational Tests ($XXM)
  • Stakeholder Engagement ($XXM)

The overall goals for these tasks are:

  • To develop and demonstrate cooperative intersection collision avoidance systems
  • To assess the value and acceptance of intersection collision avoidance systems
  • To develop and provide tools to support industry deployment

For Preparatory Analysis, the subtasks shown are:

  • Initial Stakeholder Engagement from the beginning of Q4 FY 04 through Q1 FY 05.
  • Formulate Program Definition from mid-Q4 FY 04 through the beginning of Q2 FY 05.
  • Complete and Baseline Existing Research from the beginning of Q1 to near the end of Q4 FY 04.
  • Define Execution Strategy from the beginning of Q1 through the beginning of Q2 FY 05.
  • The milestone Stakeholder Workshop is scheduled at the end of Q1 FY 05.
  • The final goal of Preparatory Analysis is to establish a strong foundation for program development and execution.

For System Design, the subtasks shown are:

  • System Architecture from the end of Q4 FY 04 to mid-Q2 FY 05.
  • Performance Specs from the beginning of Q1 through Q3 FY 05.
  • Technology Development from before mid-Q1 FY 05 to before mid-Q2 FY 06.
  • Develop objective test procedures from near the end of Q1 to mid Q3 FY 05.
  • Identify designs for prototyping from near the end of Q1 to mid Q3 FY 05.
  • Go/No-go for continued prototype development is scheduled for mid-Q3 FY 05.
  • The final goal of System Design is to create viable system designs for prototyping.

For Prototype Development and Specification, the subtasks shown are:

  • Build data acquisition systems from the beginning of Q2 to almost the end of Q3 FY 05.
  • Build prototypes from near the end of Q2 to near the end of Q3 FY 05.
  • Conduct testing from near the end of Q3 to the end of Q4 FY 05.
  • Validate performance from mid-Q4 FY 05to almost the end of Q1 FY 06.
  • Evaluate alternatives from mid-Q1 through mid-Q2 FY 06.
  • Go/No-go for continued prototype development is scheduled at the beginning of Q2 FY 06.
  • The final goal of Prototype Development and Specification is to develop and evaluate prototype systems.

For Field Operational Tests, the subtasks shown are:

  • Craft evaluation strategy and plan from the beginning of Q3 to mid-Q4 FY 05.
  • Establish FOT Design from the beginning of Q3 to mid-Q4 FY 05.
  • Develop analysis methods from the beginning of Q1 to mid-Q2 FY 06.
  • Build database and tools from the beginning of Q1 to mid-Q2 FY 06.
  • Build and install systems from the beginning of Q2 through Q4 FY 06.
  • Conduct tests from the beginning of Q1 FY 07 through Q4 FY 08.
  • Analyze data from near the end of Q3 FY 07 through Q4 FY 08.
  • The final goal of Field Operational Tests is to demonstrate and quantify effectiveness of ICA systems.

For Stakeholder Engagement, the subtasks shown are:

  • Form ICA working group from near the beginning of Q4 FY 04 through Q1 FY 05.
  • Establish industry stakeholder group from near the end of Q4 FY 04 to near the end of Q2 FY 05.
  • Develop and execute stakeholder outreach plan from near the end of Q4 FY 04 through Q4 FY 08.
  • Develop tools to support deployment from mid Q1 through Q4 FY 08.
  • Milestone Stakeholder Reviews are scheduled at the end of Q2 and Q4 FY 005, end of Q2 andQ4 FY 006, end of Q2 and Q4 FY 07, and end of Q2 FY 08.
  • The final goal of Stakeholder Engagement is to create industry support for deployment.
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