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1 Gerald Conover Managing Director PRC Associates, USA representing ITS America Cooperative and Automated Driving in the United States Opportunities and Challenges 1

2 Introduction / Agenda The “Big News” from America Currently Implemented ITS Solutions Cooperative Driving Automated Driving Political Overview Opportunities for Authorities Conclusion ITS World Congress – Detroit Agenda

3 The US federal government plans to require vehicle-to-vehicle communications systems on future cars and light trucks. “NHTSA is finalizing its analysis of the data …. The report will include analysis of technical feasibility, privacy and security, and preliminary estimates on costs and safety benefits.” “NHTSA will then begin working on a regulatory proposal that would require V2V devices in new vehicles in a future year.” Bottom Line: o Regulation targeted for publication by end 2016 CY. o Likely applied starting in the 2021 model year (our estimate). 3 The Big News from America

4 In Vehicles o Navigation o Telematics o Driver Assistance Systems On the Road o Adaptive Traffic Signal Control o Variable Message Signs o Traffic and Roadway Monitoring o Electronic Toll Collection o Travel Demand Management o Coming Next o Cooperative Driving (2021 MY) o Automated Driving (in degrees, ) 4 Currently Implemented I.T.S. Solutions

5 Cooperative Driving 5

6 Safety Pilot Model Deployment 6

7 Safety Pilot Status More than 2,750 vehicles on the road 37,500 V2V interactions – 2,000 critical events More than 9 billion messages – representing 6 million road miles Motorcycles – and one bicycle – included Ice formation warning application 7

8 University of Michigan Mobility Transformation Center 8

9 Infrastructure Communications 9

10 V2I Mobility Applications Lane-specific traffic flow prediction; dynamic traffic signal timing Inform the visually impaired when to cross Manage public transit; transit signal priority Travel information for commercial vehicle operators Integrated transit operations; passenger connections; dispatching; dynamic ride sharing. 10

11 Issues with Cooperative Driving Will drivers accept intervention? Will insurance companies and trial lawyers accept or attack these systems? How will these systems work in mixed traffic, where a lot of vehicles are not equipped? Are the data secure? Susceptible to hacking? How long will it take to get more than half of the car parc? 11

12 Automated Driving 12

13 Pre-Conditions for Automation High levels of situational awareness The ability to crunch a lot of numbers very quickly High-speed, highly accurat e actuators Data reliability and security 13

14 Automated Driving 14

15 How Long Will It Take? 15

16 Political Situation 3,700 road agencies in the United States – state, county, city, village The federal Highway Manual provides guidelines Specifications are varied and fragmented We must sell one agency at a time. 16

17 Map of Counties in the United States 17

18 Political Situation 3,700 road agencies in the United States – state, county, city, village The federal Highway Manual provides guidelines Specifications are varied and fragmented We must sell one agency at a time. 18

19 Opportunities for Authorities Embrace new technology Recognize that ITS solutions save money in the long run Consider group purchasing or at least standardized specifications Set performance specifications rather than commodity directives 19

20 Conclusion America is on the cusp of a mobility revolution Could “Vision Zero” be a possibility? Could road traffic become more environmentally friendly? Could the roadways become a real network? 20

21 7-11 September 2014 Cobo Center and Belle Isle State Park World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems Detroit 2014

22 2014 World Congress Update o Program Status and Keynotes o Special Events o Sponsors o Exhibition Status o Technology Showcase & Tours o Invitation

23 Program at a Glance Time Satu rday 9/6Sunday 9/7Monday 9/8Tuesday 9/9Wednesday 9/10Thursday 9/11 7:00 AM 7:30 AM Legislative Breakfast ITS America Award Breakfast WTS Breakfast 8:00 AM Registration Tours Registration Tours 8:30 AM C.T.O. Summit "Connectivity and Autonomy" (Cobo Ballroom) (Two panels plus joint Q+A session) Tours Plenary I Plenary II US DOT Plenary 9:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:00 AM Exhibition Technology Showcase Break Exhibition Technology Showcase Break 10:30 AM Break: 10:30-10:45 Ribbon Cutting: 10:45-11:00 General Sessions 11:00 AM Exhibition Technology Showcase General Sessions 11:30 AM ITS America Annual Meeting Forum Showcase 12:00 PM Lunch 12:30 PMLunch 1:00 PM Tours General Sessions 1:30 PMGeneral Sessions 2:00 PM 2:30 PM High Level Policy Roundtable Break 3:00 PM Break General Sessions Incident Management Session Break 3:30 PMGeneral Sessions Closing Ceremony (Cobo Ballroom) 4:00 PM Opening Ceremony Reception 4:30 PM 5:00 PMOpening Ceremony (Cobo Ballroom) Exhibitors Welcome & Regional Receptions in Exhibit Hall 5:30 PM ITS Michigan & MEDC-Sponsored "ITS Festival" or Supplier Hospitality Night 6:00 PM Finale and Networking Event (Cobo Ballroom) 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM

24 Program Calendar Call for PapersOn the Street Web SiteOpen to Receive Abstracts DueJanuary 31 IPC Meeting #1February 5-6 Abstracts ReviewedJanuary – February, 2014 IPC Meeting #2March 5-6 Authors InformedMid March 2014 Preliminary Program OutApril 1, 2014 Final Papers DueJune 27, 2014 Final Program LockedAugust 20, 2014

25 Program Sessions o CTO Summit (5 sessions) o Plenary Sessions (3) o Executive Sessions (12) o Town Halls (2) o Special Interest Sessions o Technical and Scientific Sessions o Interactive Sessions

26 Keynotes o Opening Ceremony—GM CEO o High Level Policy Roundtable—HNTB and AASHTO CEOs o Monday Plenary—Ford Chairman o CTO Summit—Delphi CEO o Wednesday Plenary—Verizon CEO o Thursday US DOT Plenary—US DOT Secretary o Thursday Closing Ceremony – A Surprise

27 High Level Policy Roundtable and CTO Summit o High Level Policy Roundtable: CEOs of US State Departments of Transport Ministerial representatives from overseas Sunday afternoon o CTO Summit: Up to five sessions of discussion and debate about key ITS issues by Chief Technology Officers Tuesday kickoff plenary

28 Special Events o Opening Ceremony & Reception (Sunday) o Special Awards (throughout the World Congress) o Exhibit Hall Ribbon Cutting (Monday) o Exhibit Hall Networking Receptions (Monday) o Youth Connections Activities (throughout the World Congress) o Emergency Responder Day (Tuesday) o Public Day (Tuesday) o Taste of Michigan Showcase Event (Tuesday) o World Congress Gala (Wednesday) o Closing Ceremony (Thursday)

29 Special Event Venues Cobo Center Grand Ballroom Cobo Center Atrium

30 Anchor Sponsors

31 Other Sponsors

32 Exhibition Hall

33 Major Exhibitors

34 Technology Showcase

35 Reinventing Transportation in Our Connected World

36 2014 World Congress Update o Program Status and Keynotes o Special Events o Sponsors o Exhibition Status o Technology Showcase & Tours o Invitation

37 Reinventing Transportation in our Connected World 7-11 September 2014 Please Come to Detroit

38 Gerald Conover Managing Director PRC Associates, USA representing ITS America Cooperative and Automated Driving in the United States Thank you for your attention 38


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