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Data Systems

Michigan operates a sophisticated Data Use Analysis and Processing (DUAP) system, which draws in and fuses data from a wide range of sources to improve Michigan DOT business functions. The DUAP system is a large-scale data collection system designed to ingest data from multiple data sources across the state to be processed, stored and made accessible to users of the system. The DUAP Program is an MDOT initiative that investigates how this data, and other mobile and fixed data, can be used to increase the efficiency in the way the agency manages and operates itself.

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OEM Fleet Data MDOT Fleet AVL HERE Data RITIS Cut River Bridge USDOT Safety Pilot MDOT TPIMS ACC IRI PASER UAV IMO 2.0 AV Data MDOT (TMS) RWIS Data VIDAS MDOT ITS Data DUAP

OEM FLEET Data

Original Equipment Manufacturer, or companies which produce end product vehicles

MDOT FLEET AVL

Automated Vehicle Location, a system which tracks fleet vehicle locations using GPS

HERE Data

Cloud-based, automotive-grade global map and traffic data

RITIS

Regional Integrated Transportation Information System, a platform for integrating and performing analytics on traffic information throughout the state

Cut River Bridge

Data collected from a bridge health monitoring system at the Cut River

USDOT Safety Pilot

Data collected from connected vehicles in Ann Arbor which were part of the Safety Pilot Model Deployment

MDOT TPIMS

MDOT Truck Parking Information Management System

ACC IRI PASER

MDOT's pavement condition measurement and tracking system

UAV

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

IMO 2.0

Integrated Mobile Observation system, which is an in-vehicle retrofit system for gathering situational data

AV Data

Automated Vehicle data which can be collected via roadside communications infrastructure

MDOT (TMS)

MDOT Transportation Management System

RWIS Data

Data from MDOT's Road Weather Information System, including temperature, barometric pressure, road surface conditions and other measures recorded at environmental sensor stations

VIDAS

Vehicle-Based Info Data Acquisition System, a system which can collect and transmit a variety of data using vehicle sensors and on-board computing, including speed, heading, acceleration, breaking, and other key system functions from which information on pavement condition, road weather, and other characteristics can be derived

MDOT ITS Data

Data from MDOT's Intelligent Transportation Systems, including vehicle detector data

DUAP

Data Use Analysis and Processing, a system which draws in and fuses data from a wide range of sources to improve DOT business functions