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Intelligent Transportation Systems Coupled with Wireless Mesh Networks Intelligent Transportation Systems Coupled with Wireless Mesh Networks Presentation Transcript

  • University of Detroit Mercy Master of Science in Product Development Intelligent Transportation Systems Coupled with Wireless Mesh Networks Presented by Alfred Green Presented by Alfred Green November 14, 2008 November 14, 2008
  • Introduction Team Members Alfred Green – MPD Cohort #7 Advisors Dr. Jonathan Weaver – UDM College of Engineering Dr. Shahram Taj - UDM College of Business Industry Consultants Dr. Deb Menk – Center for Automotive Research Dr. Steven Underwood – Center for Automotive Research Special Thanks Michael Vinarcik 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 2
  • Outline Motivation Research Approach Functional Requirements Systems Architecting Heuristics System De-Composition Stakeholders Cost Benefit Analysis Future Work Q&A 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 3
  • Motivation Improve Motorist Safety Efficient Travel Routes Reduce Environmental Impact Improve Existing Intelligent Transportation Create Commercial Opportunities 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 4
  • Outline Motivation Research Approach Functional Requirements Systems Architecting Heuristics System De-Composition Stakeholders Cost Benefit Analysis Future Work Q&A 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 5
  • Research Approach Exhaustive Literature Review Consulted Industry Experts 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 6
  • Outline Motivation Research Approach Functional Requirements Systems Architecting Heuristics System De-Composition Stakeholders Cost Benefit Analysis Future Work Q&A 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 7
  • Functional Requirements Reduce Traffic Congestion Socially Viable Cost Effective to Produce Compelling Value Proposition 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 8
  • Outline Motivation Research Approach Functional Requirements Systems Architecting Heuristics System De-Composition Stakeholders Cost Benefit Analysis Future Work Q&A 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 9
  • What Are Heuristics? Basic Guiding Principles Which Can be Applied to Navigate Tough Decision Making Essential Compliment to Analytics, Particularly When Analysis Does Not Lead to Obvious Conclusion 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 10
  • Why Use Heuristics for Systems Architecting? Effective for Grand Scale Projects Helps Dissect Problem Reduces Solution Space Re-Use Proven Approaches Understand Critical Trade-Offs 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 11
  • Why Use Heuristics for ITS? ITS is a Grand Scale, Highly Complex Project Several Disparate Systems Must Work Together Socio-Technical Concerns Detailed Scoping Required Many Interfaces, Some Proprietary Others Open 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 12
  • Systems Architecting Heuristics Invent Only When Necessary Use Stable Intermediate Forms Consider a Collaborative System a Franchise Policy Triage Leverage at the Interfaces 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 13
  • Outline Motivation Research Approach Functional Requirements Systems Architecting Heuristics System De-Composition Stakeholders Cost Benefit Analysis Future Work Q&A 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 14
  • System De-Composition ITS Toolkit Meta-Data Management Vehicle Nodal Network Data Transport Medium Motorist Interface 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 15
  • ITS Toolkit What is ITS? Application of Advanced Communication, Information Processing, Controls & Electronics Technology to Improve the Transportation System 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 16
  • Connected Vehicle Proving Center (CVPC) CVPC Internet Satellite Applications and Data System Backhaul WiFi Hot Spot Cellular (WAN) (WiFi Traffic Management Center Vehicle and Vehicle to Road Data Roadside Peer-to-Peer DSRC Tolling Test Labs Test Track/Proving Grounds Title 17 Date
  • Product Architecture ITS Toolkit Meta-Data Management Vehicle Nodal Network Data Transport Medium Motorist Interface 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 18
  • Meta-Data Management Huge Information Pipe Strategic Parsing of Data Stream to Output Useful Information Interface with Existing Internet Backhaul Free / Open Source Software Application Layer 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 19
  • Meta Data Framework User Interface User Interface Database Communication Database Communication Links to Neural Network Links to Neural Network Compatible with Legacy ITS Compatible with Legacy ITS 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 20
  • System De-Composition ITS Toolkit Meta-Data Management Vehicle Nodal Network Data Transport Medium Motorist Interface 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 21
  • Vehicle Nodal Network Ad-Hoc Communication Infer Road Conditions / Hazards Self-Healing / Fuzzy Set Algorithms Minimal Data Interruption 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 22
  • Ad-Hoc Multi-Hop Network DSRC Base Stations DSRC Base Stations Synchronous Data Loop Synchronous Data Loop Vehicle Nodes Pass Packets Vehicle Nodes Pass Packets University of Oslo – Department of Informatics University of Oslo – Department of Informatics 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 23
  • Wireless Multi-Hop Routing Node A Passing Data to Node J Node A Passing Data to Node J Deploys Dual Path of Execution Deploys Dual Path of Execution Minimize Bottlenecks Minimize Bottlenecks University of Oslo – Department of Informatics University of Oslo – Department of Informatics 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 24
  • System De-Composition ITS Toolkit Meta-Data Management Vehicle Nodal Network Data Transport Medium Motorist Interface 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 25
  • Data Transport Medium 802.11x and 802.16 (Wireless Mesh Networks) Cellular WAN (GSM / CDMA) GPS Satellite 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 26
  • Meeting the Abundant State DOTs Federal Govt Challenges That Lie Ahead Local Traffic AutoOEMs Management Filtered & Secure Data Access (Privacy Mgmt.) via Internet Cloud County & City Services >600GB/min. output Commercial Commercial Services Aggregation & Content Caching RSU Backhaul from RSUs via Digital Community Network (Wireless & Fiber) Vehicle-to-vehicle & Vehicle-to-Roadside Communication CICAS RSU 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 27 RSU * Referenced brands & logos are the property of their respective owners. (Roadside Unit)
  • System De-Composition ITS Toolkit Meta-Data Management Vehicle Nodal Network Data Transport Medium Motorist Interface 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 28
  • Motorist Interface Intelligible GUI PDA or Other Mobile Device Utilize Vehicle Center Stack 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 29
  • Outline Motivation Research Approach Functional Requirements Systems Architecting Heuristics System De-Composition Stakeholders Cost Benefit Analysis Future Work Q&A 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 30
  • Stakeholders Cross-Functional, Highly Collaborative State and Local Government Motorists Federal Government Independent Software Vendors Wireless Providers Automobile Manufacturers 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 31
  • Outline Motivation Research Approach Functional Requirements Systems Architecting Heuristics System De-Composition Stakeholders Cost Benefit Analysis Future Work Q&A 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 32
  • Cost Benefit Analysis Socio-Economic Impact Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) Vehicle Miles Traveled Automobile Externalities 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 33
  • Outline Motivation Research Approach Functional Requirements Systems Architecting Heuristics System De-Composition Stakeholders Cost Benefit Analysis Future Work Q&A 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 34
  • Future Work Commercialization Long Tail Economics Packaging and Production Costs Wireless Providers / Silos Socio-Technical Concerns Privacy Issues Span of Control Project Timeline 11/12/2008 Capstone Thesis Defense 35