Maui Regional ITS Architecture

Functional Requirements: MCM Infrastructure Monitoring

Description: This equipment package monitors the condition of pavement, bridges, tunnels, associated hardware, and other transportation-related infrastructure (e.g., culverts). This center equipment package monitors the infrastructure using both fixed and vehicle-based sensors. In addition to specialized infrastructure monitoring sensors, this equipment package also monitors the broader population of vehicle probes for vertical acceleration data and other probe data that may be used to determine current pavement condition.
Functional Requirements:
  1. The center shall remotely control and collect data from fixed infrastructure monitoring sensors that monitor vibration, stress, temperature, surface continuity, and other condition measures.
  2. The center shall monitor maintenance vehicle-based mobile sensors and data logging devices that collect information on current infrastructure condition.
  3. The center shall remotely collect data from vehicle probes using short range communications equipment and process this data to identify potential pavement degradation, potholes, and other rough or adverse road surface conditions.
  4. The center shall process the collected information and use it to monitor the condition of pavement, bridges, tunnels, associated hardware, and other transportation-related infrastructure.
  5. The center shall collect current maintenance and repair needs from the asset management system and correlate this data with data collected through infrastructure monitoring systems.
  6. The center shall provide current infrastructure conditions information to the asset management system.
  7. The center shall report infrastructure repair needs to the maintenance management system.
Included In: Maui IT Services Event Management System

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