Network-Wide Impacts of Connected Vehicles on Mobility: An ...

Network-Wide Impacts of Connected Vehicles on Mobility: An ...

1st Presentation Presenter Danilo Radivojevic Mr. Radivojevic holds a BSc degree in Road Traffic and Transportation Engineering and M.S. in Traffic Engineering from the University of Belgrade, Serbia. Held various engineering positions overseas prior to starting his 2nd M.S. degree research at the FAU Laboratory for Adaptive Traffic Operations and Management in 2015. Main research interests: Traffic Signal Operations and Management, Adaptive Traffic Control Systems, Intelligent Transportation Systems and evaluation of traffic signal systems. Author of a scientific journal paper published in TRR 2016 and co-author of several conference papers or presentations (Road Safety and Simulation 2015, TRB 2016, EURO Working Group on Transportation Meeting 2016, Transpo 2016, AV Summit 2016) President of the ITE FAU student chapter, ASCE and ASCE FAU member. Member of the Engineering and Technician professional society in Serbia. Winner of the 3rd prize on Gold Coast ITE 2016 Annual Book Scholarship competition. 1 ASPMS Software Configuration Signal generation and setup Detector generation and setup Research Objectives SPMs HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Standards for SPMs Summary

Signal Selection Signal performance metrics type selection SPM display configuration Temporal selection 2 SPMs Approach Volume 1. Approach Delay 2. Approach Volume 3. Arrivals on Red 4. Purdue Coordination Diagram 5. Purdue Split Failure 6. Pedestrian Delay Advanced detectors (usually 350ft to 400ft) Research Objectives SPMs HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Identification of directional volume changes Standards for SPMs Summary Tends to be under true values for heavy traffic 7. Preemption Details 8. Purdue Phase Termination 9. Speed 10. Split Monitor 11. Turning Movement Counts 12. Yellow and Red Activations

3 SPMs Arrivals on Red 1. Approach Delay 2. Approach Volume 3. Arrivals on Red 4. Purdue Coordination Diagram Shows percent of vehicles arrived during red Percentage of red time for each coordination pattern Research Objectives SPMs HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Standards for SPMs Summary 5. Purdue Split Failure 6. Pedestrian Delay 7. Preemption Details 8. Purdue Phase Termination 9. Speed 10. Split Monitor 11. Turning Movement Counts 12. Yellow and Red Activations 4 SPMs Purdue Coordination Diagram 1. Approach Delay Research Objectives 2. Approach Volume SPMs 3. Arrivals on Red

Data Handling 4. Purdue Coordination Diagram HILS Testing Lab Standards for SPMs Summary 5. Purdue Split Failure 6. Pedestrian Delay 7. Preemption Details 8. Purdue Phase Termination 9. Speed 10. Split Monitor 11. Turning Movement Counts 12. Yellow and Red Activations 5 SPMs Purdue Phase Termination 1. Approach Delay 2. Approach Volume 3. Arrivals on Red 4. Purdue Coordination Diagram Show the type of phase termination (gap-out, max-out, force-off or skip) Helps in identifying the movements where splits need to be adjusted Useful for identifying issues with detectors (constant max-out) Research Objectives SPMs HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Standards for SPMs Summary

5. Purdue Split Failure 6. Pedestrian Delay 7. Preemption Details 8. Purdue Phase Termination 9. Speed 10. Split Monitor 11. Turning Movement Counts 12. Yellow and Red Activations 6 SPMs Split Monitor 1. Approach Delay 2. Approach Volume 3. Arrivals on Red 4. Purdue Coordination Diagram 5. Purdue Split Failure Show the durations of signal indications for various phases (position of the mark) and the phase termination type (color) Research Objectives SPMs HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Standards for SPMs Summary Helps in determining the amount of time each phase uses 6. Pedestrian Delay 7. Preemption Details 8. Purdue Phase Termination 9. Speed 10. Split Monitor 11. Turning Movement Counts 12. Yellow and Red Activations 7 Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing Lab Six Controllers High performance computer

Research Objectives SPMs HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Standards for SPMs Six Controller Interface Devices Summary VISSIM 7.00-13 Monitor x 6 Router/Modem Ethernet cables x 6 SDLC cables x 12 RS232 cables x 6 Num. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Vendor Econolite PEEK Siemens Trafficware Intelight McCain Controller Name Cobalt ATC-1000 m50

ATC 900 Model 2070-LDX ATC eX Software Name Cobalt GreenWave SEPAC 76.12H MaxTime OMNI Software version 32.63.00 03.019.3359 3.52 Build 4486 1.9.2 (#268) 1.6.3 8 HILS Testing Architecture Research Objectives SPMs HILS Framework Experiments Generating the results HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Standards for SPMs Summary 9 Data Transfer Protocols Research Objectives Data Download SPMs HILS Testing Lab

Data Handling FTP SCP Econolite Intelight Standards for SPMs Summary Siemens PEEK Trafficware McCain 10 Data Decoding and Importing Various types of proprietary translators used Translation of .dat files to .csv files Research Objectives SPMs HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Standards for SPMs Summary For Intelight, SQL Browser needs to be used for data translation

11 HILS on Isolated Signal and Signalized Corridor Six controllers enabled individually on six intersections Research Objectives SPMs HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Standards for SPMs Summary Six controllers working simultaneously on a corridor of six intersections 12 Detection Faults Tests Testing of detector and other faults False detections Loss of detection on stop bar detectors Loss of detection on advanced detectors Research Objectives SPMs HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Standards for SPMs Summary 13 Detection Data Accuracy Test Accuracy of detection actuation Research Objectives ASPMS PCD FAU PCD Tool comparison HILS Testing Lab Comparison of controller logs vs VISSIM LDP outputs Standards for SPMs

SPMs Data Handling Summary 14 Standards for High-resolution Based SPMs Research Objectives Code explanation Parameter Code Mandatory Phase On Phase Begin Green Phase Check Phase Min Complete Phase Gap Out Phase Max Out Phase Force Off Phase Green Termination Phase Begin Yellow Clearance Phase End Yellow Clearance Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) 0 1 2 X X Phase # (1-16)

3 Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) 4 5 6 Phase # (1-16) 7 Phase # (1-16) 8 X Phase # (1-16) 9 X Code explanation Parameter Phase Min Complete Phase # (1-16) Optional X HILS Testing Lab O M M X O X

M M O X O X X SPMs FDOT Requirement Data Handling Standards for SPMs Summary 275 Event codes M Timestamps M Logging frequency 0.1s Signal phase or detector ID number Code Controller 1 Controller 2 Controller 3 Controller 4 Controller 5 Controller 6 3 X X

X X X 15 Current Minimal Standards for High-resolution Controllers Num. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Code explanation Parameter Code # Phase Begin Green Phase Check Phase Gap Out Phase Max Out

Phase Begin Yellow Clearance Phase End Yellow Clearance Phase Begin Red Clearance Phase End Red Clearance Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) 1 2 4 5 8 9 10 11 Phase Inactive Phase Call Registered Phase Call Dropped Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) Phase # (1-16) 12 43 44 Pedestrian Omit On Detector Off Phase # (1-16) DET Channel # (1- 64) 48 81 Detector On

Coord Pattern Change DET Channel # (1- 64) Pattern # (0-255) 82 131 Offset Length Change Split 1 Change Split 2 Change Split 3 Change Split 4 Change Split 5 Change Split 6 Change Split 7 Change Split 8 Change Unit Flash Status change Pattern # (0-255) New Split Time in Seconds (0-255) New Split Time in Seconds (0-255) New Split Time in Seconds (0-255) New Split Time in Seconds (0-255) New Split Time in Seconds (0-255) New Split Time in Seconds (0-255) New Split Time in Seconds (0-255) New Split Time in Seconds (0-255) NTCIP Flash state # (0-255) 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 173 Unit Alarm Status 1 Change NTCIP Flash state # (0-255)

174 Code Group Research Objectives SPMs HILS Testing Lab Data Handling Signal phase status and termination codes Standards for SPMs Summary State minimum standards (mandatory codes) Basic requirements for new controllers The list is current and probably will be expanded in future Phase call codes Detection codes Coordination related codes Split change codes Unit status codes 16

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