The development of the Richmond Smart Traffic Center - Virginia State Police CAD integration was completed during 2003 - 2004 for $249,200.
Integration of the VSP data with the Richmond STC consisted of two components. On the VSP side, some software modifications and modest hardware additions were made so that data on traffic incidents dispatched to the police could be sent to the traffic center. On the STC side, more significant software modifications were made so that the incoming VSP data could be tightly integrated with the Transportation Management System (OpenTMS) at a detailed level. Software modifications included updating and customizing the OpenTMS Incident Management subsystem to utilize the integrated data more effectively.
Funding for the project was provided via the ITS Integration Program with state funds used for the match. The development of the STC integration was completed during 2003 - 2004 for $249,200. The table below, provided by VDOT, shows a breakout of component costs.
|Design Phase (documents listed below)||$50,000|
|- System and Software Architecture Description|
|- System Requirements Specification|
|- Interface and Database Design Definition|
|- Hardware and Network Architecture|
|- System Test Plan|
|Deployment and Installation||$12,000|
|Acceptance Test Documentation||$9,000|
|Acceptance Testing and Final Acceptance||$25,000|
|VDOT Administrative/Engineering Costs||$37,000|
Author: Robison, David, Matt Sargent, and Steve Beckwith
Correspondence with Robb Alexander , Virginia DOT, on April 6, 2006
Published By: Virginia DOT
Prepared by Open Roads Consulting, Inc. for the Virginia DOT
Source Date: January 2005
EDL Number: 14115URL: http://ntl.bts.gov/lib/jpodocs/repts_te/14115.htm
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