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National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) provides updates on SPaT Challenge activities in recorded Webinar #7.

Principal investigators discuss the status of operational SPaT deployments in the City of Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and the Northern Virginia Test Bed.


07/17/2018
Las Vegas; Nevada; United States; Northern Virginia NOVA; Virginia; United States; Salt Lake City; Utah; United States


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Lesson Learned

The following recommendations were discussed:
  • Use industry standards when planning DSRC communication links between intersection signal controllers and roadside units (RSU). Field experience shows RSU DSRC ranges can exceed 300 meters.
  • It will be challenging to integrate connected vehicle system elements into existing systems. Use a project master schedule to detail the timing of installation and integration activities.
  • Working in high-profile traffic environments will elevate levels of scrutiny on security, testing, and management of fielded units.
  • Remote monitoring and management capabilities can save time.
  • MAP files take significant time and effort to develop and validate.


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Source

SPaT Challenge Webinar Series - Webinar #7: Operational SPaT Deployments

Published By: National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE)

Source Date: 07/17/2018

URL: https://transops.s3.amazonaws.com/uploaded_files/NOCoE%20SPaT%20Webinar%20%237%20-%20Operational%20SPaT%20Deployments.pdf

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Lesson ID: 2019-00861