Module CV271: Using the ISO TS 19091 Standard to Implement V2I Intersection Applications Introduction
On behalf of the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the U.S. Department of Transportation, Office of The Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology, we would like to invite you to attend the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) standards training web pilots for the ITS Professional Capacity Building Program. Register for free and take part in shaping our ITS Standards training modules by providing your feedback and earning professional development hours!
Date/Time: December 2, 2016 / 12:00 p.m.—2:00 p.m. EST
The purpose of this module is to introduce ISO TS 19091 specification and its relationship with other connected vehicle standards. This module will provide participants with an introduction to the ISO Technical Specification (TS) 19091, intelligent transport systems—Cooperative ITS—using V2I and V2V communications for applications related to signalized intersections.
The module describes the structure of the specification, presents the use cases addressed by the specification, then introduces how to the use the standard to deploy a standards-based application for signalized intersections. This module helps the participant understand the scope of the ISO TS 19091 specification and describes how implementers can use this specification to implement standards-based connected vehicle applications specific to signalized intersections.
- Identify the benefits of standardization for agencies, system developers, and suppliers.
- Describe the scope of ISO TS 19091 standard.
- Review the structure of ISO TS 19091 standard.
- Describe the user needs addressed by ISO TS 19091 standard.
- Applying ISO TS 19091 standard content to your project.
Instructor: Patrick Chan, P.E., Senior Technical Staff, Consensus Systems Technologies
Mr. Chan has been involved with the development of ITS standards since the year 2000 as an ITS project manager for a public agency. Specifically, he has applied the systems engineering process to numerous NTCIP data dictionary standards, such as NTCIP 1202 v03 – Object Definitions for Actuated Signal Controllers, the ITE/AASHTO Traffic Management Data Dictionary, a center-to-center standard, and to SAE J3067, which is a comment to SAE 2735, Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) Message Set Dictionary, the data dictionary for connected vehicles, with systems engineering content.
To receive course credit, you must attend and participate in the web pilot and complete an evaluation survey immediately after the web pilot ends.