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Blue Tooth Traffic Origin And Destination Detection Prototype

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Blue Tooth Traffic Origin And Destination Detection Prototype

  1. 1. Blue Tooth Traffic Origin and Destination Detection Prototype David Verma - Information Management Manager -& ICT Manager Auckland Motorways
  2. 2. – Build a commodity bluetooth Traffic Origin and Destination prototype detection platform for less than $5K NZ <ul><li>Commodity Hardware: 1) EE-Box slim line PC & Windows XP 2) Bluetooth Dongle (USB) </li></ul><ul><li>3) Commodity Bluetooth monitoring software purchased off the Internet. </li></ul><ul><li>4) IP 65 Cabinet with 240v power supply </li></ul>The Challenge:- build a non commercial Bluetooth Traffic Origin and Destination Prototype using off the shelf hardware and software for less than $5K NZD Dave Verma – Information Management Manager & ICT Manager Auckland Motorways
  3. 3. The reasons: <ul><li>Why Bluetooth? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>NZ Legislation now requires hands free kits in cars for people to use mobile phones as of 01 November 2009. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The most effective form of implementing this is via Bluetooth. Either in the form of headsets or in car kits </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>All Bluetooth devices have a unique identifier which is broadcast and can be captured & logged with a time/date stamp </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>If this information is captured at different points on the network the time and date stamps as well as the identifiers can be compared – enabling analysis of origin/destination information as well as determinations of vehicle speeds and travel times </li></ul></ul>Dave Verma – Information Management Manager & ICT Manager Auckland Motorways
  4. 4. The deployment overview EE-PC Bluetooth USB Dongle Bluetooth Enabled Handsfree kit in Car – Legislative Imperative Dave Verma – Information Management Manager & ICT Manager Auckland Motorways
  5. 5. Installation Approach Detector Site 3 Detector Site 1 Detector Site 2 Dave Verma – Information Management Manager & ICT Manager Auckland Motorways (00:03:7A:84:27:DE) 10:49:20 (00:03:7A:84:27:DE) 10:49:25 (00:03:7A:84:27:DE) 10:49:30
  6. 6. Data Comparison <ul><li>Data will be manually collected from each site </li></ul><ul><li>Data will be compared in Excel and metrics derived </li></ul><ul><li>Resulting data will be compared to GPS floating vehicle data collected over the same period </li></ul>Dave Verma – Information Management Manager & ICT Manager Auckland Motorways

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