Congratulations to CUTR’s Autonomous-Connected Mobility Evaluation (ACME) program on their recent publication.
“Securely Sharing and Visualizing Connected Vehicle Analytics: THEA CV Pilot Performance Evaluation Dashboard” is now available online.
This paper details the development of an innovative interactive #dashboard to process connected vehicle (CV) data securely, report CV application evaluation analytics, and monitor CV infrastructure system performance. We detail the methods used to process complex, high-frequency information generated by more than 1,000 participants’ vehicles in the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) CV Pilot deployment.
The dashboard provides advanced query capabilities and custom visualization via interactive maps, graphics, and dynamic reporting to help inform decision-making and securely share information. Individual CV application warnings can be analyzed using the warning profile feature that is equipped with visual animation replay. This novel approach not only compensates for the lack of in-vehicle dashboard cameras integrated into the CV Pilot infrastructure to assess behavioral responses to the human–machine interface, but also speeds up manual validation time of true positive and false positive warning assessment.