Interface: RAMP Transit Vehicles - TANK Equipment and Fleet Service Facilities
Information Flow Definitions
transit schedule information (Planned) Selected Comm Solution
Current and projected transit schedule information used to initialize the transit vehicle with a vehicle assignment, monitor schedule performance, and develop corrective actions on–board.
transit vehicle conditions (Planned) Selected Comm Solution
Operating conditions of transit vehicle (e.g., engine running, oil pressure, fuel level and usage). It includes status of other on–board systems including user displays, passenger counters, and security systems. This overall status information is also collected from unused (out of service) vehicles.
vehicle commands (Planned) Selected Comm Solution
System–level control commands issued to vehicle equipment such as reset and remote diagnostics.
vehicle configuration settings (Planned) Selected Comm Solution
Control settings and parameters that are used to configure vehicle equipment.
vehicle diagnostic data (Planned) Selected Comm Solution
Information about the vehicle and its current operational status that supports vehicle performance monitoring, service, and repair. The flow identifies the vehicle and vehicle type and provides information about the vehicle's current operational status, the current performance of engine–related and other components, and notification of any identified malfunctions.
vehicle service information (Planned) Selected Comm Solution
Vehicle problem diagnosis information and available vehicle service options, along with information about how to make a service reservation.
vehicle service request (Planned) Selected Comm Solution
Request for a service reservation from a connected vehicle.
vehicle service response (Planned) Selected Comm Solution
Response to a request for service reservation.
vehicle software install/upgrade (Planned) Selected Comm Solution
This flow supports installation and update of software residing in vehicle on–board equipment. It supports download of the software installation files, including executable code and associated support files.