TMC Roadway Equipment Monitoring Functional Area

Description

'TMC Roadway Equipment Monitoring' monitors the operational status of field equipment and detects failures. It presents field equipment status to Traffic Operations Personnel and reports failures to the Maintenance and Construction Management Center. It tracks the repair or replacement of the failed equipment. The entire range of ITS field equipment may be monitored including sensors (traffic, infrastructure, environmental, security, speed, etc.) and devices (highway advisory radio, dynamic message signs, automated roadway treatment systems, barrier and safeguard systems, cameras, traffic signals and override equipment, ramp meters, beacons, security surveillance equipment, etc.).

Included In

KYTC District 6 Traffic Operations Center
ODOT District 8 Signal Operations
Cincinnati Traffic Control Center
Hamilton County Signal Operations
ODOT Statewide TMC
City and County Traffic Control Center
Other City and County Traffic Control Centers
INDOT Traffic Operations Center
ODOT Traffic Signal Control System
INDOT Traffic Signal Control System
KYTC Traffic Signal Control System

Functional Requirements

IDRequirement
01The center shall collect and store sensor (traffic, pedestrian, multimodal crossing) operational status.
02The center shall collect and store CCTV surveillance system (traffic, pedestrian) operational status.
03The center shall collect and store sensor (traffic, pedestrian, multimodal crossing) fault data and send to the maintenance center for repair.
04The center shall collect and store CCTV surveillance system (traffic, pedestrian) fault data send to the maintenance center for repair.
05The center shall collect environmental sensor operational status.
06The center shall collect environmental sensor equipment fault data and send to the maintenance center for repair.
07The center shall exchange data with maintenance centers concerning the reporting of faulty equipment and the schedule/status of their repair. Information exchanged includes details of new equipment faults, and clearances when the faults are cleared.
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