CVISNCommercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks
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DOT has a goal of achieving national interoperability between electronic screening systems, as well as other safety and credentials components of the CVISN architecture.
Essentially, CVISN is an attempt to link the disparate intelligent transportation systems (ITS) technologies already impacting the world of commercial vehicle operations (CVO) under a single operating umbrella.
We want several dozen cities with evidence of integration; a dozen or so states with a statewide rural architecture in place; and 20 states with CVISN in place.
In the same time frame, eight states will demonstrate CVISN - California, Colorado, Connecticut, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, and, in a joint project, Oregon and Washington.
The model deployments of metropolitan ITS infrastructure and commercial vehicle information systems and networks (CVISN), which were launched in 1996, will help DOT to refine or expand the architecture as a comprehensive guiding framework for building ITS infrastructure.
* Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) will integrate ITS and commercial vehicle operations (CVO) user services and already existing information databases to promote safe and efficient freight operations and enable electronic business transactions.
Also [TABULAR DATA OMITTED] in the future, the PCB Program will expand to address the professional capacity needed to support rural ITS infrastructure and commercial vehicle information systems and networks (CVISN).