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New York State DOT’s Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (C-VII)

Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (C-VII) systems, commonly based on passenger vehicle Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) technologies, allow “smart” vehicles to communicate wirelessly with “smart” infrastructure.  These systems integrate several advanced ITS technologies including wireless communications, onboard vehicle computers/sensors, GPS navigation and advanced infrastructure technologies.  The most advanced systems may allow the vehicle to react to imminent danger if the driver can not.  Types of information that may be communicated to drivers from infrastructure include safety warnings of potential hazards as well as general traveler information.  C-VII technologies may help motor carriers more efficiently operate their fleet, thereby reducing fuel consumption and truck emissions.  C-VII also plays a key role in the development of wireless roadside inspection (WRI) systems.


Additional Information

I-95 Corridor Coalition.  Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure Integration, Project Details.
http://i95coalition.net/i95/Projects/ProjectDatabase/tabid/120/agentType/View/PropertyID/247/Default.aspx

I-95 Corridor Coalition.  Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure Integration, Project Brochure.
http://www.i95coalition.org/i95/Portals/0/Public_Files/CVII/CVII%20-%20TrifoldBoard%20Oct%202010.pdf

I-95 Corridor Coalition.  Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure Integration, Project Library.
http://www.i95coalition.org/i95/CVIIProject/tabid/214/Default.aspx

Research and Innovative Technology Administration.  Connected Vehicle Research. 
http://www.its.dot.gov/connected_vehicle/connected_vehicle.htm

McDonough, R.  Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Program.  FMCSA 2008 Smart Roadside Workshop.  April 2008.
http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/facts-research/presentations/smart-roadside-workshop/McDonough-NYSDOT-alt.pdf

 
 

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