The focus areas and objectives of this R&D project include, but not limited to:
Selection of applications and scenarios that will be implemented and tested during the pilot phase. The focus will be more on road safety and traffic efficiency applications.
Definition of system requirements, and matching them to system components and inter-component interface specifications, and development of test plans and procedures.
Development of the specifications, to provide all the components needed for conducting the pilot as per the plan.
Integration of the different implemented and hardware components, then do the deployment on the field and get ready for the testing.
Collect data (big data) from the test field (from both OBUs and RSUs) either through both real-time and offline mechanisms.
Based on all conducted tests and gathered data and results, a report will be prepared and shared with related stakeholders.
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