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IEEE 802 CALM Tutorial Part 4 v2 [Read-Only]

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IEEE 802 CALM Tutorial14 November 2006R. Roy(dickroy@alum.mit.edu)VII/VIIC Program OverviewzzVII/VIIC Program OverviewVII Program is an ITS Tier-1 Initiative for electronically connecting vehicles and the infrastructure via a nationwide communication infrastructureThis new infrastructure will enable a number of new services that provide significant safety, mobility, and commercial benefitszzzVII/VIIC Program OverviewConvene a “VII Coalition” – auto manufacturers, AASHTO, USDOT – to resolve technical and policy issues that inhibit deployment Initiate a program (VIIC) to develop DSRC prototypes that will validate DSRC standards and provide equipment for testing elements of the VII concept Define a VII test concept and demonstrate value to all partiesz{VII/VIIC Program OverviewOBJECTIVE - Go/No-Go Decision to Deploy VIIA joint decision by the US DOT and the Auto Industry to move forward in both infrastructure and vehicles VII PROGRAM TIMELINEDeveloped initial requirements1995Define bandwidth needs – 75MHz1997Frequency allocation request to FCCFrequency granted by FCC1999Standards development started2001DSRC Industry Consortium formedVII concept developmentFirst VII Working Group meeting2003DSRC prototype program startedUse cases publishedVII Architecture published2005Network design begins DSRC prototype hardware Field operation tests2007Joint USDOT/AASHTO Automaker decision to implement RSU constructionNetwork ...
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IEEE 802 CALM Tutorial 14 November 2006 R. Roy (dickroy@alum.mit.edu)
VII/VIIC Program Overview
VII/VIIC Program Overview
zVII Program is an ITS Tier1 Initiative for electronically connecting vehicles and the infrastructure via a nationwide communication infrastructure zThis new infrastructure will enable a number of new services that provide significant safety, mobility, and commercial benefits
VII/VIIC Program Overview
zConvene a “VII Coalition” – auto manufacturers, AASHTO, USDOT – to resolve technical and policy issues that inhibit deployment zInitiate a program (VIIC) to develop DSRC prototypes that will validate DSRC standards and provide equipment for testing elements of the VII concept zDefine a VII test concept and demonstrate value to all parties
VII/VIIC Program Overview
zOBJECTIVE  Go/NoGo Decision to Deploy VII {A joint decision by the US DOT and the Auto Industry to move forward in both infrastructure and vehicles
1995
1997
1999
VII PROGRAM TIMELINE Developed initial requirements Define bandwidth needs – 75MHz Frequency allocation request to FCC
Frequency granted by FCC
Standards development started 2001 DSRC Industry Consortium formed VII concept development 2003First VII Working Group meeting DSRC prototype program started Use cases published VII Architecture published 2005 Network design beginsDSRC prototype hardware Field operation tests 2007 Joint USDOT/AASHTO Automaker decision to implement RSU construction Network construction 2009
2011
VII starts
OBU production
VII Consortium Overview
zVIIC incorporated 11/04 {BMW, DCX, Ford, Honda,GM, VW, Toyota, Nissan members {Precompetitive development of VII technologies {Single industry voice to government zCooperative agreement signed 12/05 {Develop VII technologies to implementation readiness, validation through Proof of Concept. {Deploy a field trial evaluation {Contract is $56 million over three years {Organized as cost share program with multiple participants
VIIC/FHWA Cooperative Agreement Objectives
zAnalyze the requirements and define specific design elements of the VII Architecture. zDesign specific hardware to facilitate the implementation of VII. zDevelop software that can be employed either on the vehicle or in the infrastructure. zFabricate or procure equipment to be used in the test and evaluation of the VII Program. zTesting specific elements and/or combinations of elements of the VII Architecture. zIntegrate elements of the VII Architecture to permit the evaluation of the design. zEvaluate the effectiveness of specific designs with respect to the stated objectives of VII. zAnalyze data and results of the VII test program. zSupport high level deployment decision by OEMs and FHWA
VII Architecture Overview
On Board Equipment
Application 1
OBE Services
Application 2
WAVE Stack Radio Module
DSRC
RSU
External Gateway
VII Network
Pub/Sub Server
App Messages
Raw Probe Data
Service Provider
Other Data
Probe Data Based Information
Probe Data User
Other Uses
VIIC  Key Elements
zVehicle OnBoard Equipment (OBE) {OSGi/JAVAbased application host platform {Vehicle Interface, HMI, and positioning Services {Embedded DSRC Radio, WAVE stack and Java Comm API zRoadside Equipment (RSE) {DSRC Radio (802.11p) with GPS and router {Local controller (Signals, signs, etc) zNetwork (IPv6) zPublish and Subscribe Server for probe messages zNetwork Service Interfaces zExternal Services
VIIC  Initial Application Development
zTraffic Signal Violation Warning zStop Sign Violation Warning zInvehicle Signage (road advisory) zInvehicle Signage (local notification) zRoadway Conditions (weather and potholes) zTraffic Management and Control zAlternate Route Guidance zTraffic Information (OEM) zElectronics Payments (tolls, gasoline and parking)
VIIC Program Status
zFullyfunctional prototype DSRC modules exist
*Pictures courtesy of TechnoCom, Inc.
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