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Systems Engineering for Intelligent Transportation Systems

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Figure 1: Systems Engineering Improves Project Cost Performance
Figure 2: FHWA/FTA Systems Engineering Analysis Requirements
Figure 3: Examples of Systems Engineering Analysis Requirements Checklist
Figure 4: Cone of Uncertainty
Figure 5: Late Changes Drive Project Costs
Figure 6: Standish Group: 2004 CHAOS Report Project Success Rate
Figure 7: Systems Engineering "V" Diagram
Figure 8: Regional ITS Architecture Framework for Integration
Figure 9: Example: MaineDOT DMS Project Architecture Subset
Figure 10: Concept Exploration Uses Basic Trade Study Techniques
Figure 11: Example of High-Level Economic Comparison of Alternatives
Figure 12: Concept of Operations (Adapted from ANSI/AIAA-G-043-1992)
Figure 13: Industry-Standard Outlines for Concept of Operations
Figure 14: Example of System Overview Graphic (from Communicating with the Public
Figure 15: Operational Scenario Description
Figure 16: Requirements Engineering Activities
Figure 17: Example of Hierarchy of High-Level and Detailed Requirements
Figure 18: System Design is the Bridge from Requirements to Implementation
Figure 19: High-Level Design Activities
Figure 20: Electronic Toll Collection Subsystems and Components (Excerpt)
Figure 21: Detailed Design Activities
Figure 22: Architectural Design within a System Component
Figure 23: High-Level Design May Include Several Views
Figure 24: Metro Transit MyBus System Architecture
Figure 25: User Interface Prototype Example: ODOT TripCheck Wireframe Diagram
Figure 26: Monitoring Software/Hardware Development
Figure 27: Iterative Integration and Verification
Figure 28: Transition from Development Team to Operations and Maintenance Team
Figure 29: I-680 Smart Lane Project Deployment Activities Overview
Figure 30: Validation Occurs Throughout the Systems Engineering Process
Figure 31: ORANGES Evaluation – Cumulative Transponders Issued
Figure 32: Changes/Upgrades Performed Using Systems Engineering
Figure 33: Kentucky ITS M&O Plan Best Practices
Figure 34: CHART II O&M Procedures
Figure 35: Project Management Activities Cut Across All Steps of the "V"
Figure 36: The Traditional Transportation Project Development Process
Figure 37: Systems Engineering as an Extension of the Traditional Project Life Cycle
Figure 38: Tailoring Process Based on Risk
Figure 39: Quality Leverage Points
Figure 40: CMMI Maturity Levels