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Florida specific NTCIP MIB development for actuated signal controller (ASC), closed-circuit television (CCTV), and center-to-center (C2C) communications with SunGuideSM software and ITS device test procedure development : executive summary.
  • Published Date:
    2009-06-01
  • Language:
    English
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    Executive summary.
  • NTL Classification:
    NTL-OPERATIONS AND TRAFFIC CONTROLS-Traffic Control Devices ; NTL-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
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  • Abstract:
    To provide hardware, software, network, systems research, and testing for multi-million

    dollar traffic operations, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), and statewide

    communications investments, the Traffic Engineering and Operations Office has

    expanded the existing Traffic Engineering Research Laboratory (TERL) facility to

    include additional ITS and Statewide Communications Laboratory.

    University-level advanced research support has been required to provide unbiased

    research and development procedures to maximize the state’s return on these

    investments. These efforts have helped to develop statewide ITS device certification

    processes that can simplify ITS equipment testing, evaluation, and procurements.

    The research team at TERL has provided FDOT with interactive and coordinated

    problem-solving testing tools that will be used to ensure quick and efficient resolution to

    today’s complex transportation engineering and ITS device evaluation problems. Specific

    critical and important research issues identified by FDOT engineers and District staff

    have been addressed by the research team. The coordinated efforts between the TERL

    staff and the professionals involved in designing, operating, and maintaining ITS systems

    throughout the state have helped strengthen Florida’s position as a leader in

    transportation engineering systems, and ITS.

    The research team has focused on National Transportation Communications for ITS

    Protocol (NTCIP) research and testing across the entire life cycle of traffic operations,

    ITS, and statewide communications deployments. This life cycle includes design,

    development, operations, and maintenance. Specifically, the research efforts have

    provided the processes needed to allow the FDOT to test ITS software, Closed-Circuit

    Television (CCTV), Actuated Signal Controllers (ASC), and Center-to-Center (C2C)

    communications, as well as support the ongoing change management, integration, and

    acceptance testing of the FDOT SunGuideSM software System.

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