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Connected	
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Changing	
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Governor’s	
  Energy	
  Plan	
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§  Maximize	
  Energy	
  Efficiency	
  and	
  
Conserva3on	
  
§  Enhance	
  Clea...
WeatherCrashesTraffic Pollution
Connected
vehicles can help.
They use wireless
communication between
vehicles and infrastructure
to help prevent crashes,
...
All vehicles, regardless of
type, will communicate with
each other using a wireless
technology called
Dedicated Short-Rang...
Connected vehicles
have the potential
to address up to
81% of unimpaired
crash scenarios.
Connected vehicles will
provide drivers with
warnings to help them
avoid crashes.
Trucks, transit, and
emergency vehicles are
connected vehicles too.
The vehicle information
communicated does
not identify the driver
or vehicle, and
technical controls have
been put in plac...
Imagine if the cars in
front of you could send
you information about
dangerous road
conditions ahead, such
as icy roads, f...
Imagine your car
informing you of
available parking on
the next block, your
cell phone telling you a
cab is approaching, o...
Consider the ways in
which increased travel
information can help
the environment.
Connected vehicles
can help.
http://www....
Safety	
  
§  32,788	
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  2010	
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§  1.09	
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Evolu3on	
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  ITS	
  Program	
  
Congressional Legislation Dates and Mission
Intermodal Surface
Transportation...
Intelligent	
  Vehicle	
  in	
  2013	
  
§  2012	
  Ford	
  Focus	
  
§  $20,000	
  
§  EPA	
  Ra3ng	
  28	
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Vision	
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Infrastructure	
  
Vehicles	
  
	
  
Vision	
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Infrastructure	
  
Rail	
  
Mari5me	
  
Drivers	
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Operators	
  
Wireless...
Solu3ons	
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Rear End Warning 28%
Lane Departure 23%
Intersection 25%
Lane Change 9%
Backov...
Connected	
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  and	
  Travelers	
  
“Here	
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Bus/Carpool?	
  
la3tude,	
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Safety	
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V2V	
  
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Emergency	
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Intersec3on	
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Device	
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Antenna
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Antenna
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DAS sensors,
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Inertial Mme...
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Data
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ENVIRONMENTS
PED
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HARM
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Dynamic	
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(EnableATIS)	
  
§ ...
AERIS	
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§  Low	
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Zone	
  
§  Eco-­‐integrated	
  
Corridor	
  
Management	
  
§  Eco-­‐Signa...
 	
  Test	
  Bed	
  Investments	
  
 	
  Test	
  Bed	
  Investments	
  
OR
Policy	
  Issues	
  
Governance	
  
Liability	
  
Sustainability	
  
Legisla3on	
  
Policy	
  Issues	
  
Privacy	
  
Risk	
   Cer3fica3on	
  
Cyber/	
  
Security	
  
Data	
  Governance	
  
Implementa3on	
  L...
Join	
  us	
  on	
  September	
  16!	
  
More	
  informa3on	
  and	
  to	
  register:	
  
hlp://otrec.us/events/special/OT...
Thank	
  You	
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  Your	
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Drive Oregon Event: Connected Cars: The Future of Transportation

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Drive Oregon's September 2013 event featured Dr. Robert Bertini speaking on the the benefits of "connected car" technology.

In December 2012, Governor Kitzhaber released the 10 Year Energy Plan, a bold roadmap forward aimed at reducing our state’s energy usage. Improving and expanding our state’s intelligent transportation system, which relies on “smart” or “connected” technology, was included in the plan as an integral step toward increasing the efficiency and safety of our roads.

Dr. Bertini's presentation gives a great overview of what the future of Oregon's roads will probably look like!

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  1. 1. September  4,  2013       Connected  Cars:   Changing  the  Future  of   Transporta5on         R.L.  Ber3ni   Portland  State  University     ber3ni@pdx.edu  
  2. 2. Governor’s  Energy  Plan  2012   §  Maximize  Energy  Efficiency  and   Conserva3on   §  Enhance  Clean  Energy  Infrastructure     §  Accelerate  Market  Transi3on  to  More   Efficient,  Cleaner  Transporta3on  System   Targets  ac3vi3es  to  accelerate  the   deployment  of  intelligent  transporta3on   systems  and  electric  vehicles,  including   poten3al  integra3on  with  grid  moderniza3on   ini3a3ves     §  Con3nued  Investment  in  Compact,   Mul3modal  and  Mixed-­‐Use  Communi3es   §  Accelerated  Fleet  Turnover  (Residen3al   and  Commercial)  to  Alterna3ve  Fuels   §  Implementa3on  of  Intelligent   Transporta3on  Systems   §  Innova3on  in  Financing  a  Clean   Transporta3on  System  
  3. 3. WeatherCrashesTraffic Pollution
  4. 4. Connected vehicles can help. They use wireless communication between vehicles and infrastructure to help prevent crashes, make travel easier, and curb pollution.
  5. 5. All vehicles, regardless of type, will communicate with each other using a wireless technology called Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC). DSRC
  6. 6. Connected vehicles have the potential to address up to 81% of unimpaired crash scenarios.
  7. 7. Connected vehicles will provide drivers with warnings to help them avoid crashes.
  8. 8. Trucks, transit, and emergency vehicles are connected vehicles too.
  9. 9. The vehicle information communicated does not identify the driver or vehicle, and technical controls have been put in place to help prevent vehicle tracking and tampering with the system.
  10. 10. Imagine if the cars in front of you could send you information about dangerous road conditions ahead, such as icy roads, fog, heavy rain, and snow.
  11. 11. Imagine your car informing you of available parking on the next block, your cell phone telling you a cab is approaching, or your car helping you find a rideshare partner.
  12. 12. Consider the ways in which increased travel information can help the environment. Connected vehicles can help. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zuf2VNWGMnY
  13. 13. Safety   §  32,788  fatali3es  in  2010  (-­‐3%  from  2009)   §  1.09  fatali3es  per  100  MVMT  (VMT  +0.7%  in  2010)   §  2.2  M  injuries  in  2009   §  5.5  M  crashes  in  2009   §  $230  B  total  cost  (including  medical)   §  Leading  cause  of  death  for  ages  4  to  34   Accessibility,  Reliability  and  Mobility   §  4.8B  hours  travel  delay  (34  hours/auto  commuter)   §  $115  billion  cost  of  urban  conges3on   Household  Market  Basket   §  Second  biggest  monthly  expense,  a`er  housing   Sustainability   §  28%  of  GHG  emissions  (78%  CO,  58%  NOx,  36%  VOCs)   §  29%  of  energy  consumed  (mostly  petroleum)   §  70%  of  petroleum  consump3on  (60%  imported)   §  3.9  billion  gallons  of  wasted  fuel   §  Half  of  Americans  live  in  areas  that  exceed  air  quality   standards  for  at  least  one  pollutant.   U.S.  Transport  Sector  Impacts  
  14. 14. Evolu3on  of  U.S.  ITS  Program   Congressional Legislation Dates and Mission Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) 1991–1997 (extended to July 1998) §  Research and Development §  Operational Tests §  Technical assistance including architecture and standards Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21) 1998–2003 (extended to August 2005) §  Policy and Institutional Challenges to Deployment §  ITS Deployment Program (Congressionally designated) §  Model Deployment Initiatives Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) 2005–2009 (extended to March 31, 2012) §  Research §  Mainstreaming ITS Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) 2012-2014
  15. 15. Intelligent  Vehicle  in  2013   §  2012  Ford  Focus   §  $20,000   §  EPA  Ra3ng  28  mpg  City/    40  mpg  Highway   §  Adap3ve  cruise  control   §  Forward  Collision  Mi3ga3on   §  Blind  spot  informa3on  system   §  Traffic  sign  recogni3on   §  Lane  keeping  aid   §  Driver  alert   §  Connected  vehicles  and  infrastructure   §  IIHS  es3mate  that  FCW,  LDW,  Side  View  Assist   and  Adap3ve  Headlights  could  prevent/   mi3gate  33%  of  fatal  and  20%  of  injury  crashes   §  "This  technology  more  than  anything  else  holds   great  promise  to  protect  lives  and  prevent   injuries,"  NTSB  Chairman  Deborah  Hersman  
  16. 16. Vision  for  Connected  Future   Infrastructure   Vehicles    
  17. 17. Vision  for  Connected  Future   Infrastructure   Rail   Mari5me   Drivers  and   Operators   Wireless   Devices   Vehicles   and  Fleets  
  18. 18. Solu3ons  for  80%  of  Crashes   Rear End Warning 28% Lane Departure 23% Intersection 25% Lane Change 9% Backover 2% Opposite Direction 2%
  19. 19. Connected  Vehicles  and  Travelers   “Here  I  Am”  /  Where’s  My   Bus/Carpool?   la3tude,  longitude,  3me,  heading  angle,  speed,  lateral   accelera3on,  longitudinal  accelera3on,  yaw  rate,   throlle  posi3on,  brake  status,  steering  angle,   headlight  status,  wiper  status,  external  temperature,   turn  signal  status,  vehicle  length,  vehicle  width,   vehicle  mass,  bumper  height  
  20. 20. Safety  Pilot  
  21. 21. V2V   Forward  Collision  Warning   Emergency  Electronic  Brake  Light   Intersec3on  Movement  Assist   Blind  Spot  Warning/Lane  Change   Warning   Do  Not  Pass  Warning   Le`  Turn  Across  Path/Opposite   Direc3on   Right  Turn  in  Front     V2I   Signal  Phase  and  Timing   Curve  Speed  Warning   Railroad  Crossing  Warning   Pedestrian  Detec3on     11  Safety  Pilot  Applica3ons  
  22. 22. Device  Installa3on  Examples   Antenna + Antenna + Driver display DAS sensors, OEM can bus DAS Antenna Inertial Mment Unit Data Acquisition System (DAS) Vehicle  Awareness  Device   A`ermarket  Safety  Device   A`ermarket  Safety  Device     with  Data  Acquisi3on   System  (DAS)     Data  Acquisi3on  from:   §  A`ermarket  device   §  Radar  or  ranging  device(s)   §  4  cameras,  microphone   §  OEM  CAN  bus  data   §  Vehicle  mo3on   §  Cell  &  GPS  antennas  
  23. 23. Basic  Safety  Message   SAE  J2735  Basic  Safety  Message   Major Attributes Temporary ID Time Latitude Longitude Elevation Speed Heading Acceleration Brake System Status Vehicle Size
  24. 24. Poten5al  End  State  Current  State   Poten5al  Interim  States   T   V   I   T   V   I   T   V   I   Data  Environment  Evolu3on   TRAVELER VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE “some” “a few” “nearly zero” VEHICLE TRAVELER “nearly all” “some” “where needed” INFRASTRUCTURE
  25. 25. Data   Environment   Real-­‐5me  Data  Capture  and  Management   Mobility  Applica5ons   Transit Data Truck Data Reduce Speed 35 MPH Weather Application Transit Signal Priority Fleet Management/ Dynamic Route Guidance Mobility  Program  
  26. 26. High  Priority  Mobility  Applica3ons   ISIG ECO TSP ARTERIAL DATA ENVIRONMENTS PED SIG FSP PRE EMPT SPD HARM CACC Q WARN FREEWAY DATA ENVIRONMENTS RAMP INC ZONE RESP STG ATIS FDRG FATIS REGIONAL (INFO) DATA ENVIRONMENTS DR- OPT S PARK WX INFO [EV] DRG ICM WX - MDSS VMT CORRIDOR (CONTROL) DATA ENVIRONMENTS TCON NECT TDISP DRIDE EFP ETC EVAC TMAP PERF MEAS PERF MEAS PERF MEAS PERF MEAS PERF MEAS PERF MEAS PERF MEAS MAY DAY LEGEND DMA PROGRAM FUNDED DMA SUPPORTED(NOT FUNDED), OPENTO OTHER PROGRAMS ANDRESEARCHERS ENABLE ATIS R.E.S.C.U.M.E* *JOINTLY FUNDEDBY DMA AND PUBLICSAFETY PROGRAMS FRATIS
  27. 27. Dynamic  Mobility  Applica3ons   §  Enable  Advanced  Traveler  Informa3on  System   (EnableATIS)   §  Freight  Advanced  Traveler  Informa3on  Systems   (FRATIS)   §  Integrated  Dynamic  Transit  Opera3ons  (IDTO)   §  Intelligent  Network  Flow  Op3miza3on  (INFLO)   §  Mul3-­‐Modal  Intelligent  Traffic  Signal  Systems   (MMITSS)   §  Response,  Emergency  Staging  and  Communica3ons,   Uniform  Management,  and  Evacua3on   (R.E.S.C.U.M.E.)  
  28. 28. AERIS  Program   §  Low  Emission   Zone   §  Eco-­‐integrated   Corridor   Management   §  Eco-­‐Signal   Opera3ons   §  Eco-­‐Lanes   §  Support   Alterna3ve  Fuel   Vehicle   Opera3ons   §  Eco-­‐Traveler   Informa3on  
  29. 29.    Test  Bed  Investments  
  30. 30.    Test  Bed  Investments   OR
  31. 31. Policy  Issues   Governance   Liability   Sustainability   Legisla3on  
  32. 32. Policy  Issues   Privacy   Risk   Cer3fica3on   Cyber/   Security   Data  Governance   Implementa3on  Liability   Sustainability   Deployment   Approach   Financing  Legisla3on  
  33. 33. Join  us  on  September  16!   More  informa3on  and  to  register:   hlp://otrec.us/events/special/OTS   The  highlights  of  the  5th  Annual   Oregon  Transporta3on  Summit   include:     §  OTREC  Research  Poster   Exhibit  (7-­‐8am  and  during   breaks)   §  Plenary  session  on  MAP21   with  Adie  Tomer  (Brookings   Ins3tu3on)  and  Rep.  Tobias   Read   §  Keynote  presenta3on  by   author  Taras  Grescoe   (Straphanger)   §  Eight  workshops  on  topics   ranging  from  bike/ped  safety   to  connected  vehicles  
  34. 34. Thank  You  for  Your  Alen3on  
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