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Connected Vehicle Technology-CVT

Introduction:

ü Connected Vehicle Technology (CVT), a great step in Intelligent Transportation System (ITS);

ü A communication platform for exchanging necessary data to improve the traffic management by installing equipments on vehicles and roads;

ü Increasing the awareness of drivers about other near vehicles by exchanging important informations such as position, speed and direction;

ü Helping drivers to make conscious decisions by using on-time informations to avoide dangerous conditions;

ü Using Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) technology due to its wide applicability;

ü Communication methods in CVT:

Ø Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V): exchanging data based on specific standards by means of wireless waves and using electronic equipments called vehicle On-Board Unit (OBU);

Ø Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I): exchanging data between vehicles and infrastructure by using equipments called Road Side Units (RSU).

Application:

ü Safety: awaring about surrounding situations by making alerts such as emergency brake warning, emergency vehicle arrival warning, accident occurrence warning, sidetrack-to-main-road vehicle arrival warning, informing vehicles about road traffic status of the out-of-sight regions, and etc.;

ü Traffic: electronic toll collection, emergency vehicle prioritization, proposing optimal route and estimating travel time, intelligent park system, and etc.;

ü Environment: optimizing the scheduling of traffic signals to decrease fuel consumption, transmiting some recommandations compatible with environment to the drivers, and etc.;

ü Other applications: on-time informing the driver by sending the alerts to change or repair the defective components, electronic toll collection according to crossed distance, distance-based insurance, long-distance management for vehicles, and etc.
 
 
CVT Applications
 
 Sponsor(s):

Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO)

Key Stakeholders:

ü Iran Ministry of Interior, Traffic Coordination Council;

ü Iran Ministry of Roads and Urban Development, the organization for Road Maintenance and transportation;

ü Iran traffic Police;

ü Communication Regulatory Authority;

ü Iran Industrial Development and Renovation Organization;

ü Iranian Municipalities Organization;

ü Telecommunication Company of Iran;

ü Iran Telecommunication Infrastructure Company;

ü Red Crescent Society;

ü Iran Meteorological Organization;

ü Iran Environmental Protection Agency;

ü Automotive Industries;

ü ...

 
Most important benefits obtained from implementing CVT in Iran:

Area

Annual Cost (Rial)

Improvement by CVT

Reduction in Iran

Safety

220,000 billion

27 %

60,000 billion

Air Pollution

290,000 billion

3 %

8,700 billion

Traffic

20,000 billion

7.5 %

1,400 billion

Fuel Consumption

290,000 billion

20 %

58,000 billion

Total

820,000 billion

15 %

128,100 billion

 
 

ACECR Experiences:

ü CVT Pilot in two areas:

Ø Road area: Tehran-Rasht freeway (338 Km);

Ø Urban area: Qazvin city located in the middle way of Tehran-Rasht freeway.

ü Create convenient conditions for collaboration with corresponding stakeholders;

ü Develop a road map for development of this technology in the country;

ü Producing and integration of hardware and software components of the product;

ü Production and development of basic software and basic processing;

ü Developing real-time software for communication between RSE and vehicles (V2I);

ü Developing real-time software for vehicle-to-vehicle communication (V2V) based on safety;

ü Improvement and optimization of different parts of the system.

ü RSU installation in the freeway and the urban area;

ü OBU installation on buses, passenger vehicles, road maintenance vehicles, emergency vehicles, and private cars.

ü Electronic magazine for CVT, from November 2012;

ü Semiannual Journal of Industrial Technology Development, special issue- Connected Vehicle Technology. Autumn and Winter 2011-2012.
 

More information in the following websites:

www.v2x.ir; www.cvt-project.ir

 
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