Kauai Regional ITS Architecture

Functional Requirements: Roadway Field Device Monitoring

Description: This equipment package monitors the operational status of field devices and detects and reports fault conditions. Consolidated operational status (device status, configuration, and fault information) are reported to the Maintenance and Construction Management Subsystem for resolution and repair. A local interface is provided to field personnel for local monitoring and diagnostics, supporting field maintenance, repair, and replacement of field devices.
Functional Requirements:
  1. The field element shall monitor the operational status (state of the device, configuration, and fault data) of connected sensors (such as traffic, infrastructure, environmental, security, speed) and devices (such as highway advisory radio, dynamic message signs, automated roadway treatment systems, barrier and safeguard systems, cameras, traffic signals, ramp meters, short range communications equipment, security surveillance equipment).
  2. The field element shall send operational status of connected field equipment to the maintenance center.
  3. The field element shall send collected fault data to the maintenance center for repair.
  4. The field element shall include a local interface that provides operational status and fault data for connected field equipment to field personnel.
  5. The field element shall include a local interface that allows field personnel to command diagnostic tests on connected field equipment.
Included In: HDOT-HWY-K Field Devices

The Hawaiian language uses two diacritical markings. The 'okina is a glottal stop; and the kahako is a macron. The State of Hawaii strongly encourages the use of Hawaiian diacritical markings. The National ITS Architecture tool, Turbo Architecture, does not allow for the Hawaiian diacritical markings to be input and as such, customized service package diagrams, operational concepts and other outputs from Turbo are unable to reflect the diacritical markings. To ensure consistency in this ITS Architecture website, no Hawaiian diacritical markings will be used.