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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2013;14(2): 275-281.
doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12239-013-0031-1
FIELD TESTS FOR EVALUATING COOPERATIVE INTERSECTION SIGNAL VIOLATION WARNING SYSTEM (CISVWS)
Y.-K. PARK1, Y.-J. MOON2, Y.-S. CHO1, K.-J. KUM3
1ITS Korea
2The Korea Transport Institute
3Myong Ji University
ABSTRACT
This paper demonstrates the results of field tests for assessing a cooperative intersection signal violation warning system (CISVWS), which consists of (a) hardware, including an in-vehicle warning device, roadside antenna, and traffic signal controller, and (b) software to operate and test the cooperative system through vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) communication systems. Field tests were performed under real traffic situations in order to test the system in terms of the initiation time of the signal violation warning from the signal controller, the activation and duration of on board equipment (OBE), and the warning delay based on the relationships between distance variables, including the safe stopping distance, and the location of road side equipment (RSE). Findings from the field test at the real-world signalized intersection sites indicated that the system would be capable of reducing red light violations and intersection collisions through use of the in-vehicle warning device at signalized intersections.
Key Words: Signal violation warning system, Field test, Cooperative system, Signalized intersection, Dedicated short range communications
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