|Project Name:||Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Communications for Safety Concept of Operations (ConOps) Documentation|
Office of Safety Research and Development |
Comprehensive Approach to Safety|
Safety Data and Analysis
|Project Description:||This project will develop a concept-of-operations document for Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) safety applications. The contractor is tasked with engaging the stakeholder community, conducting workshops, identifying applications and user needs, and developing appropriate documentation that describes the concepts of each application.|
|Start Date:||September 6, 2011|
|End Date:||January 31, 2013|
|Goals:||The key project objective is to develop a concept of operations for Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) safety applications.|
|Test Methodology:||Literature reviews, conduct workshops and interviews, develop written documentation.|
|Expected Benefits:||The expected benefits are the identification of end-user needs and a description of potential Vehicle-to-Infrastructure safety applications.|
|Deliverables:||1. Name: Kickoff meeting.|
Product Type(s): Research report, Other
Description: The meeting is between the contractor and the United States Department of Transportation to discuss the Project Management Plan (PMP) and Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP).
2. Name: Final concept of operations report.
Product Type(s): Research report
Description: The deliverable is a final report of the Safety Concept of Operations effort.
Intelligent Transportation Systems