Chart business Area Architecture Revision 5




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coordinated Highways Action Response Team

state highway administration


CHART Business Area Architecture Revision 5


Contract SHA-06-CHART

1Document # WO1-BA-001R5


2September 21, 2010

3By

4CSC


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Date

Summary of Changes

Pages Affected

Document Revision Number

01/25/08

BAA update for CHART Release 3 Build 1

Cover, 1, 45, 145, A-2-4

R1

10/08/08

BAA update for CHART R3B2

Cover,1, 3, 40, 47, 48, 49, 61, 64, 89, 119, 146, Appendix A

R2

12/11/09

BAA update for CHART R3B3

Cover, 1, Section 10.1.6, Fig 10.2-1 Appendix A

R3

4/28/10

BAA update for CHART R4

Cover,145,Fig 10.2-1 Appendix A

R4

9/21/10

BAA update for CHART R5

Cover,145,Fig 10.2-1 Appendix A

R5






Table of Contents


1Document # WO1-BA-001R5 1

2September 21, 2010 2

3By 2

4CSC 2

Table of Contents 4

5Executive Summary 5

6Introduction 7

6.1CHART Program – Background 7

6.2Business Area Architecture (BAA) Project - Background 7

6.3Business Area Architecture Updated - Approach and Methodology 8

6.3.1As-Is Analysis and Scope Verification; To-Be Vision 9

6.3.2To-Be Details 9

6.3.3Gap Analysis 11

6.3.4Release Strategy and Plan 11

7Overview of CHART Direction 14

7.1Mission and Goals 14

7.2Case for Action 16

7.3Vision 19

7.4High-level CHART Business Processes 23

8Business Process Model 26

8.1Business Process Model Direction 26

8.1.1Business Process Vision 26

8.1.2Principles 27

8.1.3Business Process Constraints 27

8.1.4Business Process Assumptions 27

8.2Business Process Hierarchy 27

8.3Business Processes Definitions 31

8.3.1 ADMINISTER SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT 32

8.3.2PREPARE FOR EVENTS AND EMERGENCIES 40

8.3.3(3) MONITOR TRAFFIC AND ROADWAYS 47

8.3.4(4) MANAGE EVENTS 51

8.3.5(5) MANAGE TRAFFIC 62

8.3.6(6) PROVIDE TRAVELER INFORMATION 65

8.3.7(7) MANAGE CHART PERFORMANCE 68

8.4Business Process Performance Model 76

8.5Business Process Recommendations 78

9Organization Model 79

5.1 Organization Direction 79

9.1.1Organization Vision 79

9.1.2Organization Principles 79

9.1.3Organization Constraints 80

9.1.4Organization Assumptions 80

9.2Organization Characteristics 80

9.2.1CHART Stakeholders 81

9.2.2CHART Context in SHA 84

9.2.3CHART Organization Structure 85

9.2.4CHART Culture and Roles 87

9.3Organization Recommendations 88

9.3.1Stakeholder and Interagency Cooperation and Coordination 88

9.3.2Employee Retention 90

9.3.3Training Requirements 91

9.3.4Organization Recommendations Summary 93

10Location Model 95

10.1Location Direction 95

10.1.1Location Vision 95

10.1.2Location Principles 95

10.1.3Location Constraints 96

10.1.4Location Assumptions 96

10.2Locations 96

10.2.1Traffic Operations and Support Facilities 100

10.2.2Locations – Field Devices 104

10.2.3Locations – Statewide Operations Center (SOC) 104

10.3Location Recommendations 105

11Data Model 106

11.1Data Model Direction 106

11.1.1Data Vision 106

11.1.2Data Principles 106

11.1.3Data Constraints 107

11.1.4Data Assumptions 107

11.2Data Current State 107

11.2.1Logical Subject Areas of CHART Data 108

11.2.2Physical Distribution of Data (CHART Databases) 111

11.2.3Replication of CHART Databases 114

11.2.4Issues and Opportunities for Improvement 114

11.3Data Recommendations 116

11.3.1Data Quality Improvements 117

11.3.2Data Quantity Improvements 117

11.3.3Data Distribution and Archive Improvements 119

12Application Model 121

12.1Application Direction 121

12.1.1Application Vision 121

12.1.2Application Principles 122

12.1.3Application Constraints 123

12.1.4Application Assumptions 124

12.2Application Components and External Interfaces 124

12.2.1CHART Application Components 124

12.2.2CHART System Interfaces 125

12.3Application Approach 130

12.3.1Enhanced Application Approach 130

12.3.2Application Architecture Approach 135

12.4Application Recommendations 135

13Technology Model 137

13.1Technology Direction 137

13.1.1Technology Vision 137

13.1.2Technology Principles 138

13.1.3Technology Constraints 138

13.1.4Technology Assumptions 139

13.2CHART Technology Context 139

13.3Current and Future CHART Technologies 139

13.3.1Dynamic Message Signs (DMSs) 140

13.3.2Highway Advisory Radio (HARs) and SHAZAMs 142

13.3.3Toll Tag Tracking Technology (FUTURE) 143

13.3.4Cell Phone Tracking (Future) 144

13.3.5Traffic Signals (Future) 144

13.3.6Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) 145

13.3.7Point Detection (Future) 146

13.3.8Vehicle Tracking (Automatic Vehicle Location - AVL) (Future) 147

13.3.9Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) (Future) 148

13.3.10Wireless Communication (Future) 148

13.3.11Integrated Parking Management (Future) 149

13.4Technology Recommendations 149

14 Release Strategy and Release Plan 151

14.1Release Plan Approach 153

14.1.1 Consolidate Workshop Input 153

14.1.2 Determine Relative Business Value and Ease of Implementation 154

14.1.3 Identify Categories of Requirements and Initial Recommended Releases 155

14.1.4 Allocate Each Requirement to a Release 156

14.1.5Assign Each Requirement to a Build 156

14.1.6New Release Approach 156

14.2 Generate Release Plan 157



Appendix A – Release Plan Work Products A-1

Appendix B – Business Process Models B-1

Appendix C - Deliverables Cross-Reference C-1

Appendix D – Suggested J2EE Migration D-1

Appendix E – National and State ITS Standards E-1


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