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Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Proof‐of‐Concept Results and Findings – Infrastructure

@inproceedings{Kandarpa2009VehicleII,
  title={Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Proof‐of‐Concept Results and Findings – Infrastructure},
  author={Ram Kandarpa and Mujib Chenzaie and Justin S. Anderson and Jim Marousek and Timothy R. Weil and Frank Perry and Ian Schworer and Joe Beal and Chris Anderson},
  year={2009}
}
In 2005, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) initiated a program to develop and test a 5.9GHz‐based Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) proof of concept (POC). The POC was implemented in the northwest suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. This report outlines the purpose and procedures for various tests, identifies the test articles, and documents the results of that testing. It also discusses the implications of those test results relative to the overall viability of the VII concept and… 
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