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Recent Projects


Contracted by The US DOT to analyze positioning requirements for a varitey of ITS applications. Developed systematic process based on functional safety and decision theory to define maximum allowable positioning errors.

Signal Phase & Timing

Contracted by the US DOT to develop detailed communications requirements for intersection safety applications, specifically applications served by SIgnal Phase and Timing and Geometric Intersection Description messages. Developed detailed assessment of available communications systems relative to these requirements.

AASHTO Deployment Analysis

Contracted to support a market assessment of vehicle, aftermarket, communications, backhaul, and IntelliDrive Applications from 2009 to 2019.

Smart Truck Parking

Provided technical support and training to carry out the FHWA ITS Systems Engineering Process for a truck parking availability and reservation system. Specific deliverables included the SEMP, ConOps and High Level Requirements.

ITS Communications

Researched and developed implementation guidebook for Dedicated Short Range Communications implementations for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).

Michigan Test Bed (VII)

Cogenia Partners served as the lead Systems Engineer for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Proof of Concept. This included development of system requirements, development of the vehicle subsystem architecture and requirements, managing suppliers during the implementation phase, and managing the integration and assessment of the overall system.

Vehicle Safety Consortium

Represented auto makers in the DSRC/WAVE (802.11p and 1609) standards working groups;Influence standards and provide updates to Vehicle Safety Consortium Members.

Integrated Active Transportation System (IATS)

Developing a high level concept of operations and research strategy for a integrated active transportation system. This is a long range study to envision and describe a transportation system that may be viable between now and 2050. Program includes a combination of technical research and an examination of the social, political, legal and economic factors that may impact the realizability of such a system.

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