Presentation on theme: "Response, Emergency Staging, Communications, Uniform Management, and Evacuation (R.E.S.C.U.M.E.) NWTC Session 2C: Incident Management Kevin Dopart, Noblis."— Presentation transcript:
Response, Emergency Staging, Communications, Uniform Management, and Evacuation (R.E.S.C.U.M.E.) NWTC Session 2C: Incident Management Kevin Dopart, Noblis February 8, 2012 Corvallis, OR
2 U.S. Department of Transportation Overview USDOT ITS Program Background Traffic Incident Management and ITS Mobility Program R.E.S.C.U.M.E. Status and Plans
3 U.S. Department of Transportation What is ITS? System Control Decision Information Transaction Automation
4 U.S. Department of Transportation USDOT ITS Program ~$100 million annual research program addressing intelligent vehicles and infrastructure Primary focus on “connected vehicles” to address safety, mobility and environmental challenges The ITS Joint Program Office, housed in RITA, coordinates multimodal research initiatives across six USDOT administrations: FHWA, NHTSA, FTA, FMCSA, FRA, and MARAD.
5 U.S. Department of Transportation ITS Research Program Components
6 U.S. Department of Transportation Respond Recon Detect Notify Dispatch Emergency On-Scene Operations Transport (e.g EMS) Verify Non-Emergency On-Scene Operations Traffic Incident Duration Transport (e.g debris) Salvage Traffic Incident Management and ITS Traffic Control Dispatch Respond Mayday/NG9-1-1 CAD/ITS Signal Preemption IIMS & Cameraphone
7 U.S. Department of Transportation ITS Mobility: Data Capture and Management (DCM) & Dynamic Mobility Applications (DMA) Programs
8 U.S. Department of Transportation Mobility Program
9 U.S. Department of Transportation Data Capture and Management Program Enable systematic data capture Develop usable data environments Reduce cost and institutional barriers Determine infrastructure requirements Data Environment
10 U.S. Department of Transportation Dynamic Mobility Applications Program Create applications using DCM data environments Develop and assess decision support applications Demonstrate promising applications Determine infrastructure requirements Transformative Mobility Applications Expedite development, testing, commercialization, and deployment of innovative mobility applications
11 U.S. Department of Transportation Application Bundles Consolidated input from external stakeholders Considered internal stakeholder priorities □ Leverage on-going or other planned research Grouped applications into bundles □ Similar high-level data needs □ Interaction among applications predicted □ Evident value in concurrent development □ Encourage coordinated non-federal research activity Bundling increases transformational impacts and reduces R&D costs □ Applications the program cannot fund at this time are still candidates for collaborative development with other programs or stakeholders
Data Environments and Application Bundles 93 ideas 30 applications 7 bundles
13 U.S. Department of Transportation R.E.S.C.U.M.E.
14 U.S. Department of Transportation Response, Emergency Staging and Communications, Uniform Management, and Evacuation (R.E.S.C.U.M.E.) Incident Scene Pre-Arrival Staging Guidance for Emergency Responders (RESP-STG) Incident Scene Work Zone Alerts for Drivers and Workers (INC-ZONE) Emergency Communications and Evacuation (EVAC) Mayday Relay (MAYDAY) 14 INC ZONE RESP STG EVAC PERF MEAS MAY DAY R.E.S.C.U.M.E* DATA ENVIRONMENTS
15 U.S. Department of Transportation Incident Scene Pre-Arrival Staging Guidance for Emergency Responders (RESP-STG) Situational awareness info to responders while en route Input to responder vehicle routing, staging and secondary dispatch decisions □ Staging plans □ Satellite imagery □ GIS data □ Current weather data □ Real-time modeling outputs Source: Oconto County, WI
16 U.S. Department of Transportation Incident Scene Work Zone Alerts for Drivers and Workers (INC−ZONE) Two components 1.Alerts drivers of lane closings and unsafe speeds for temporary work zones ▪Could be augmented with merging and speed guidance to drivers. 2.Warns on-scene workers of vehicles with trajectories or speeds that pose a high risk to their safety
17 U.S. Department of Transportation Mayday Relay (MAYDAY) Sends a crash notification message a roadside DSRC hot spot, likely relayed via a properly-equipped passing vehicle This information is then forwarded to the appropriate PSAP based on the crash location. Source: Greg Carter Herald Sun
18 U.S. Department of Transportation Emergency Comm and Evacuation (EVAC) Addresses the needs of two different evacuee groups: 1.Those using their own transportation o Dynamic route guidance information o Current traffic and road conditions o Location of available lodging o Location of fuel, food, water, cash machines and other necessitates 2.Those requiring assistance o Identify and locate people who are more likely to require guidance and assistance o Identify existing service providers and other available resources
19 U.S. Department of Transportation Respond Recon Detect Notify Dispatch Emergency On-Scene Operations Transport (e.g EMS) Verify Non-Emergency On-Scene Operations Traffic Incident Duration Transport (e.g debris) Salvage Traffic Incident Management and R.E.S.C.U.M.E Traffic Control Dispatch Respond MAYDAY RESP-STG INC−ZONE
20 U.S. Department of Transportation Key DMA Program Milestones Early 2012: Implement the Open Source Portal Early 2012: Continuing to engage stakeholders on DMA program direction May 2012: Complete ConOps for each bundle June 2012: Develop Phase 2 Integrated Research Plan September 2012: Procure and begin developing selected DMA bundles □ Challenges □ Small Scale Field Tests □ Simulation Studies
Dynamic Mobility Applications Program Roadmap Decision point LEGEND: High-Level Roadmap v1.5 (5/9/2011) Program Activity Data Feed Program Activity Track Program Planning Stakeholder Engagement Demonstrations Research and Development Testing Phase 2 Applications Downselect Outreach Evaluation Prototype Application Application Identification Phase 3 Demo Site Downselect Phase 3 Demo(s) Phase 3 Demo Planning Open Source Portal Development Deploy Open Source Portal Do the candidate applications show enough promise to be tested? Do these applications address key performance measures? Do we understand the communications requirements of these applications? Are there clear and compelling arguments for deployments showing significant benefits? Ph. 2 Applications Testing Data Capture Connected Vehicle Demo(s) Data Capture Institutional and Policy Standards Ph. 2 Applications Development Ph. 3 Apps Testing (OPT.) Evaluation Planning Phase 2 Apps Evaluation Phase 3 Demo Evaluation(s) Demo Coordination Planning State-of-Practice Tech Assessments Develop and Refine Tools/Analytics For Impacts Assessment PH.3 DECISION POINT PH. 2 DECISION POINT Open Source Applications Data Capture Define Measures Data Capture FOUNDATIONAL ANALYSIS PHASE 1 RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT & TESTING PHASE 2 DEMONSTRATION PHASE 3 9/09 9/11 9/13 9/15 Inst. and Policy Assessment Standards Plan Standards Demonstration Standards Development and Testing Inst. and Policy Requirements Revised Policies, Possible Rulemaking Maintain Open Source Portal Open Source Portal NHTSA Decision
22 U.S. Department of Transportation For More Information Linda Dodge Chief of Staff and ITS Public Safety Program Manager ITS JPO, USDOT 202.366.8034 email@example.com Kevin Dopart Manager, Transportation Systems Noblis, Inc. 202.863.2981 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.its.dot.gov/
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