Conformance to Clarifications for Consistent Implementations (CCIs) to Ensure Interoperability of Connected Signalized Intersections in the Ann Arbor Connected Environment with a National Deployment

Conformance to Clarifications for Consistent Implementations (CCIs) to Ensure Interoperability of Connected Signalized Intersections in the Ann Arbor Connected Environment with a National Deployment

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James Sayer
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Debby Bezzina
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Principal Investigator(s):

James Sayer, Director and Research Scientist – The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
Debby Bezzina, Managing Director – Center for Connected and Automated Transportation (CCAT)
Senior Program Manager – University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI)

Project Abstract:
Bring strategic Ann Arbor Connected Environment DSRC-equipped intersections into conformance with the current “Cooperative Automated Transportation Clarifications for Consistent Implementations (CCIs) to Ensure National Interoperability Connected Signalized Intersections”.
a. Test two corridors of RSUs installed at intersections in the Ann Arbor Connected Environment. This represents 40 scenarios.
i. Message Level verification.
ii. Data Element verification.
b. Document any deficiencies.
c. Update the RSUs as necessary.
d. Provide suggested content for the CCI document.
The final report for this project will not be publicly available.

Institution(s): University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute

Award Year: 2020

Research Thrust(s): Infrastructure Design & Management

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