drive oregon event: connected cars: the future of transportation
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DESCRIPTIONDrive 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!
September 4, 2013
Connected Cars: Changing the Future of Transporta5on R.L. Ber3ni Portland State University firstname.lastname@example.org
Governors Energy Plan 2012 Maximize Energy Eciency and
Conserva3on Enhance Clean Energy Infrastructure Accelerate Market Transi3on to More
Ecient, 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
Weather Crashes Traffic Pollution
Connected vehicles can help. They use wireless communication between vehicles and infrastructure to help prevent crashes, make travel easier, and curb pollution.
All vehicles, regardless of type, will communicate with each other using a wireless technology called Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC).
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 place to help prevent vehicle tracking and tampering with the system.
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.
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.
Consider the ways in which increased travel information can help the environment. Connected vehicles can help.
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
Evolu3on of U.S. ITS Program
Congressional Legislation Dates and Mission Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA)
19911997 (extended to July 1998) Research and Development Operational Tests Technical assistance including architecture
and standards Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21)
19982003 (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)
20052009 (extended to March 31, 2012) Research Mainstreaming ITS
Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21)
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 Trac 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
Vision for Connected Future
Vision for Connected Future
Drivers and Operators
Vehicles and Fleets
Solu3ons for 80% of Crashes
Rear End Warning 28% Lane Departure 23% Intersection 25% Lane Change 9% Backover 2% Opposite Direction 2%
Connected Vehicles and Travelers
Here I Am / Wheres 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
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
Device Installa3on Examples
DAS sensors, OEM can bus
Inertial Mment Unit
Data Acquisition System (DAS)
Vehicle Awareness Device
A`ermarket Safety Device
A`ermarket Safety Device with Data Acquisi3on
Data Acquisi3on from: A`ermarket device Radar or ranging device(s) 4 cameras, microphone OEM CAN bus data Vehicle mo3on Cell & GPS antennas
Basic Safety Message
SAE J2735 Basic Safety Message
Brake System Status
Poten5al End State Current State
Poten5al Interim States
Data Environment Evolu3on
Real-5me Data Capture and Management Mobility Applica5ons
Reduce Speed 35 MPH
Transit Signal Priority
Dynamic Route Guidance
High Priority Mobility Applica3ons
DMA PROGRAM FUNDED
DMA SUPPORTED (NOT FUNDED),OPEN TO OTHER PROGRAMSAND RESEARCHERS
*JOINTLY FUNDED BY DMA AND PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAMS
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 Trac Signal Systems
Response, Emergency Staging and Communica3ons, Uniform Management, and Evacua3on (R.E.S.C.U.M.E.)
Low Emission Zone
Eco-integrated Corridor Management
Alterna3ve Fuel Vehicle Opera3ons
Test Bed Investments
Test Bed Investments
Sustainability Deployment Approach Financing Legisla3on
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
Thank You for Your Alen3on