ITS JPO Announces Core System Concept of Operations Public Walkthrough Meeting
When: May 17, 2011
Where: Detroit, Michigan
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) will be hosting a free public meeting to discuss the Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) Core System Concept of Operations on May 17th in Detroit Michigan. The meeting is being organized by the Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office (ITS JPO) which is part of the Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA). To learn more about the ITS JPO visit the program’s website at www.its.dot.gov.
About the Connected Vehicle Core System Project:
The V2V and V2I Core System will support applications for – safety, mobility, and sustainability – and all of the modes – passenger vehicle, transit, and heavy truck. This work is the successor to work originally performed under the Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Proof of Concept (VII POC). The Core System supports a distributed, diverse set of applications. These applications use both wireless and wire line communications to provide:
- Wireless communications with and between mobile elements including vehicles (of all types), pedestrians, cyclists, and other transportation users
- Wireless communications between mobile elements and field infrastructure
- Wireless and wire line communications between mobile elements, field infrastructure, and back office/center
About the Connected Vehicle Core System Meeting:
At this meeting, ITS JPO will provide an overview of the Core System ConOps, including the system boundaries, high-level functions, modes of operation, system needs and operational scenarios. The feedback obtained during the meeting will be considered for the ongoing project.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
9:00am - 4:30pm
Detroit Metro Airport Marriott
30559 Flynn Drive
Romulus, Michigan 48174 USA
Person planning to attend the public meeting should send their full name, organization and business e-mail address to Adam Hoops at ITS America at Ahopps@ITSA.org by May 13, 2011.
For any questions please contact Adam Hoops at Ahopps@ITSA.org or 202 680 0091