City of Cleveland Automated Vehicle (Autonomous Shuttle Demonstration)

Status

Planned

Description

Represents an autonomous shuttle vehicle that will be demonstrated in the City of Cleveland for transporting passengers to and from public events. Vehicle will include sensors on the exterior of the vehicle to detect objects in the vehicle's path and will adjust its speed appropriately.

Stakeholders

StakeholderRoleRole Status
City of ClevelandOwnsPlanned

Physical Objects

Vehicle OBE

Functional Objects

Functional ObjectDescriptionUser Defined
Vehicle Control Automation'Vehicle Control Automation' provides lateral and/or longitudinal control of a vehicle to allow 'hands off' and/or 'feet off' driving, automating the steering, accelerator, and brake control functions. It builds on the sensors included in 'Vehicle Safety Monitoring' and 'Vehicle Control Warning' and uses the information about the area surrounding the vehicle to safely control the vehicle. It covers the range of incremental control capabilities from driver assistance systems that take over steering or acceleration/deceleration in limited scenarios with direct monitoring by the driver to full automation where all aspects of driving are automated under all roadway and environmental conditions.False
Vehicle Control Warning'Vehicle Control Warning' monitors areas around the vehicle and provides warnings to a driver so the driver can take action to recover and maintain safe control of the vehicle. It includes lateral warning systems that warn of lane departures and obstacles or vehicles to the sides of the vehicle and longitudinal warning systems that monitor areas in the vehicle path and provide warnings when headways are insufficient or obstacles are detected in front of or behind the vehicle. It includes on–board sensors, including radars and imaging systems, and the driver information system that provides the visual, audible, and/or haptic warnings to the driver.False
Vehicle Location Determination'Vehicle Location Determination' receives current location of the vehicle and provides this information to vehicle applications that use the location information to provide ITS services.False
Vehicle Map Management'Vehicle Map Management' supports map updates and makes current map and geometry data available to other applications. It manages map data on–board and provides map data to end–user applications that provide location–based services.False
Vehicle Safety Monitoring'Vehicle Safety Monitoring' monitors critical components of the vehicle and warns the driver of safety issues. These capabilities are provided by on–board sensors that monitor vehicle condition and performance, including steering, braking, acceleration, emissions, fuel economy, engine performance, etc.

This functional object can also monitor the driver's condition and warn the driver of potential safety issues. It includes sensors and behavior monitoring capabilities that assess the suitability of the driver (e.g., fitness and alertness) to assume or maintain manual control of the vehicle.
False
Vehicle Support Services'Vehicle Support Services' provides foundational functions that supports data collection, management, and distribution. It coordinates with Object Registration and Discovery to acquire necessary communications information. It maintains the necessary security credentials, authorizations, and associated keys to support communications in the connected vehicle environment.False
Vehicle Trust Management'Vehicle Trust Management' manages the certificates and associated keys that are used to sign, encrypt, decrypt, and authenticate messages. It communicates with the Security and Credentials Management System to maintain a current, valid set of security certificates and identifies, logs, and reports events that may indicate a threat to the Connected Vehicle Environment security.False

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