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Report
Inputs to USDOT’s ITS
Strategic Research Plan,
2015-2019
Valerie Briggs
Team Lead, Knowledge Transfer and Policy
ITS Joint Program Office, USDOT
April 10, 2013
ITS Research: 2010 – 2014
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Fully Connected Vehicle
Infrastructure Messages
Signal Phase and Timing,
Fog Ahead
Train Coming
Drive 35 mph
50 Parking Spaces Available
Vehicle Data
latitude, longitude, time, heading
angle, speed, lateral acceleration,
longitudinal acceleration, yaw rate,
throttle position, brake status,
steering angle, headlight status,
wiper status, external temperature,
turn signal status, vehicle length,
vehicle width, vehicle mass,
bumper height
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Why It Matters
80%
Up to
of non-impaired crash types
may be impacted by connected vehicle
technology
Source: NHTSA
Based on initial estimates and studies.
Actual benefits are not determined at this time.
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Mobility, Environmental & Road Weather
Applications
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Moving Towards Deployment
Application
Development
Pilots/Early
Deployments
Defined Safety
(V2I), Mobility
(V2V & V2I),
AERIS and
Weather Apps
Defined
V2V
Apps
FHWA Deployment
Guidelines
NHTSA Decision
Heavy Vehicles
NHTSA Decision
Light Vehicles
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ITS Research: 2015 – 2019
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Draft Themes, ITS Research 2015 – 2019
Maturing Connected Vehicle Systems
Piloting and Deployment Readiness
Integrating with the Broader Environment
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Near-Term Research, 2012 – 2014
 Maturing Connected Vehicle Systems
□ Retrofit
□ Distracted Driving
□ Vehicle-to-Pedestrian and Vehicle-toMotorcycle
□ Revised Basic Safety Message
□ Combination Vehicles
 Integrating with the Broader Environment
□ Electric Vehicle (EV) Fleets
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Near-Term Research, 2012 – 2014
 Piloting and Deployment Readiness
□ State and Local Implementation Issues
□ Multimodal Integration
□ Signal Phase and Timing (SPaT) Apps
□ Architecture and Standards
□ Early Stage Apps
□ Regional Pilots
□ Public Acceptance
□ Performance Measures
□ Private Sector Roadside Investments
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Mid-Term Research, 2015 – 2016
Maturing Connected Vehicle Systems
□ Vehicle-Focused Standards
□ On-Board Driver Enhancements
□ Secured Vehicles
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Mid-Term Research, 2015 – 2016
Piloting and Deployment Readiness
□ Business Model Development
□ Data Exchange Facilitation
□ Multimodal Operations
□ Truck Route Optimization
□ Expanded Regional Pilots
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Mid-Term Research, 2015 – 2016
Integrating with the Broader Environment
□ Decision Support Systems
□ Data/Fusion/Modeling/Standards
□ EV Fleets
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Long-Term Research, 2017 – 2019
Maturing Connected Vehicle Systems
□ Automated Vehicle and Enablers
□ Automation Risk Factors
Integrating with the Broader Environment
□ Digital Society
□ Always Connected Users
□ Redefining Roadway Planning,
Geometry, Modeling, and Operations
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