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1 Office of Research and Information Technology International Border Crossing Program Electronic Screening Transportation Border Working Group April 17, 2012

2 1 Office of Research and Information Technology Problems Facing Safety Inspectors at the Border Inefficient Vehicle Selection Process  Inability to identify and assess safety of CMVs before vehicles enter inspection area  No information on which trucks are approaching the border their location within the inspection site  Potential duplication of FMCSA/state inspection efforts

3 2 Office of Research and Information Technology Proposed Solutions: Less Time Selecting, More Time Inspecting  Use technology to identify trucks entering the US  Electronically assess driver, vehicle, and carrier safety and regulatory compliance status in Federal databases  Inform FMCSA and state safety inspectors of safety problems to select commercial vehicles for physical inspection  Provide information to safety inspectors via portable devices (e.g., laptop, tablet, smart phone, etc)  Share inspection results with states to eliminate duplication of effort

4 3 Office of Research and Information Technology International Border Crossing e-Screening Project  Purpose: Field operations test of technology to improve safety and efficiency for FMCSA and State safety inspectors at the border  Key deliverables:  E-screening system deployed at three border crossing sites (Ysleta, TX, Nogales, AZ and New York State)  Technical documents, software, system performance data  Final report summarizing system operations and effectiveness  Contract award date: June 2011 (36 months)

5 4 Office of Research and Information Technology FMCSA/State Safety Inspection Site Configurations  FMCSA Inspection Facility inside the CBP Compound  Permanent State Inspection Facility with State- Developed Automated Screening System  Permanent State Inspection Facility with No Automated Screening System  Portable/Mobile Safety Inspection Capability

6 5 Office of Research and Information Technology Cloud-Based Mobile System Concept  Advancements in cloud-based and mobile computing technologies offer more flexibility, portability and security support for inspectors  One system can support FMCSA/State Inspectors at multiple types of border crossings  Display in a booth at arrival  Roaming a Federal or State compound  Checking a queue in advance of arrival  Mobile enforcement downstream of border crossings (yards to miles)  Can potentially support a CBP Inspector  One system can support multiple states and border crossing locations at the same time

7 6 Office of Research and Information Technology Cloud-Based System Data Flow Cloud-based IBC e-Screening Subsystem Data Processing Subsystem Mobile Data Terminal Mobile Data Terminal IBC e-Screening display Arriving Vehicle Images FMCSA Inspector IBC e-Screening Data Vehicle Image Vehicle Detection and Identification System Identification Data QC-ACE Interface Subsystem IBC e-Screening Query

8 7 Office of Research and Information Technology Architecture Diagram Federal Databases NLETSCDLIS/LFISNCICSAFER QC-ACE Interface ACE E-Manifest RFID Reader, License Plate Reader, Camera Mobile Data Terminal Data Processing and Storage

9 8 Office of Research and Information Technology Mobile Data Terminal Concept  Vehicle List  Recent vehicles with time since crossing  Updates applied automatically or on demand  Display of Identification Data  Vehicle images  Vehicle identification as read from roadside cameras and readers  Display Inspection Support Data  Data provided by QC-ACE system Vehicle ID – Details – 10 min Vehicle ID – Details – 8 min Vehicle ID – Details – 3 min Vehicle ID – Details – 1 min

10 9 Office of Research and Information Technology Data Available from the E-Manifest Request RequiredField Name XVERSION XMESSAGE_TYPE XDATE_OF_REQUEST XUSERID XTIME_OF_REQUEST XTRIP_NUMBER XDOT_NUMBER XVEHICLE_PLATE_NUMBER XVEHICLE_STATE XVEHICLE_COUNTRY XVIN XHAZMAT_CODE XTANKER_PRESENT PLACARD PORT_OF_ARRIVAL RequiredField Name XCDL_NUMBER XCDL_STATE XCDL_COUNTRY CDL_LAST_NAME CDL_FIRST_NAME CDL_DOB Request HeaderDriver RequiredField Name TRAILER_PLATE_ NUMBER TRAILER_STATE TRAILER_COUNTRY Trailer

11 10 Office of Research and Information Technology What Data is Available for Carriers? Screening FactorSource Federal Operating Authority StatusQC-ACE/ITDS Federal Operating Authority Type SAFER Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS) Status (indicates whether DOT number is active or inactive) SAFER Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Program (MCSIP) Status SAFER Inspection Selection Score (ISS2) within specified thresholds SAFER Carrier’s vehicle OOS rate outside of specified thresholds SAFER Carrier’s brake violation rate outside of specified thresholds SAFER Carrier’s driver violation rate outside of specified thresholds SAFER Hazardous Materials Authorization SAFER Unified Carrier Registration Status SAFER Fuel Tax (IFTA) Registration SAFER Insurance StatusSAFER

12 11 Office of Research and Information Technology What Data is Available for Truck/Trailer? Screening FactorSource Truck Currency of CVSA decalSAFER Stolen Vehicle StatusNCIC Stolen / Lost Plate StatusNCIC Trailer Currency of CVSA decalSAFER Stolen Vehicle StatusNCIC Stolen / Lost Plate StatusNCIC CDL Currency and StatusCDLIS/LIFIS Hazardous Materials EndorsementCDLIS/LIFIS Intrastate Only RestrictionCDLIS/LIFIS Operate Only in Mexico RestrictionCDLIS/LIFIS Mexican Driver Under 21 RestrictionCDLIS/LIFIS Tanker EndorsementCDLIS/LIFIS Tandem Trailer EndorsementCDLIS/LIFIS Active Driver WarrantNCIC

13 12 Office of Research and Information Technology What Data is Available for Driver? Screening FactorSource CDL Currency and StatusCDLIS/LIFIS Hazardous Materials EndorsementCDLIS/LIFIS Intrastate Only RestrictionCDLIS/LIFIS Operate Only in Mexico RestrictionCDLIS/LIFIS Mexican Driver Under 21 RestrictionCDLIS/LIFIS Tanker EndorsementCDLIS/LIFIS Tandem Trailer EndorsementCDLIS/LIFIS Active Driver WarrantNCIC

14 13 Office of Research and Information Technology Next Steps  Develop Concept of Operations, System Requirements, and Architecture (in process)  Memorandums of Understanding with States  Develop hardware specifications  Acquire hardware/install at sites  Collect data for one year

15 14 Office of Research and Information Technology Chris Flanigan Office of Analysis, Research, and Technology (202) Contact Information


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