Northwest Passage Rural Vehicle Infrastructure Integration - UTC
Started: December, 2008 Ended: June, 2009 Project ID #4W2489 Status: Completed
The goal of this project is to research and identify appropriate Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) applications for a rural environment, and develop a concept for a demonstration project based on one of the promising applications.
Vehicle-Infrastructure Integration (VII) is an initiative for communication of information between smart vehicles, equipment and sensors on the roadway, and information service providers and managers. Major national research organizations, including the Research and Innovative Technologies Administration of the USDOT, are exploring the potential of VII to improve transportation safety, relieve congestion and enhance the productivity of America’s roadways. However, the current application of VII has been largely limited to urban applications. WTI is currently working with the North/West Passage Pooled Fund, which consists of the departments of transportation for states along the I-90 and I-94 corridor from Wisconsin to Washington, to develop a concept for a VII demonstration and testbed. The demonstration would highlight and explore application of VII specifically as it relates to the rural environment with its unique problems and issues.
Steve Albert - PI
Robin Kline - Main External Contact
Files & Documents
IntelliDriveSM Rural Risk Warning System (IRRWS): A North/West Passage Rural Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Demonstration ProjectReport by
Sponsors & Partners
- Research and Innovation Technology Administration (RITA) Sponsor
- NorthWest Passage Sponsor
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