Ohio DOT Integrated Data Exchange

Status

Planned

Description

The Ohio DOT Integrated Data Exchange (IDE) is a Data Distribution System that collects, processes, and distributes ITS data, connecting data producers with data consumers and facilitating data exchange. The IDE is a planned element to support data exchange in a connected vehicle environment.

Stakeholders

StakeholderRoleRole Status
ODOTOwnsPlanned

Physical Objects

Data Distribution System

Functional Objects

Functional ObjectDescriptionUser Defined
DDS Data Access Management'DDS Data Access Management' defines the access mechanisms, structures and restrictions for inbound (from providers) and outbound (to consumers) data.False
DDS Data Collection and Aggregation'DDS Data Collection and Aggregation' collects data 'deposits' from producers including meta data such as the generation location and time. It authenticates and validates the data deposits and logs all associated meta data. Authenticated, valid data is bundled based on information type and location and made available as data products to consumers who are interested in the data. It establishes delivery parameters for data consumers that subscribe based on parameters including content type and geographic region of interest and delivers data to consumers based on these parameters.False

Interfaces To

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Ohio DOT ATMS
Ohio DOT Connected Vehicle Roadside Equipment
Ohio DOT OHGO Traveler Information System
Ohio Turnpike Central Dispatch
Ohio Turnpike Connected Vehicles Roadside Equipment
Private Traveler Information Systems