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1411 Form

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This page reflects the information required per the Testing & Integration Requirements, which can be found on the Specifications page. 

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How do you request access to AppSheet?  

The Contractor and the ITS & Network Services Branch project representative shall first request access to the 1411 App Sheet by emailing the ITS NOC Help desk: [email protected] .

What is a 1411?  

The 1411 form is submitted by the Contractor to CDOT ITS for all devices, new and existing, that were modified during the project. It triggers the on-boarding process to integrated the device into CDOT’s system. 

Who completes the 1411? 

The Contractor is responsible for submitting the 1411. CDOT ITS has an internal process for the intake of the 1411 form. 

When should a 1411 be completed? 

The 1411 will be submitted as soon as the device has power, communications and a successful Local Field Operations Test (LFOT) per the Testing and Integration Requirements. 

What devices need a 1411? 

The Contractor shall submit a 1411 for all new devices and existing devices with new communications. These devices include, but are not limited to:

  • Cameras (CCTV)
  • Dynamic Message Signs (DMS)
  • Weather Stations (RWIS)
  • Traffic Detectors
  • Weigh-In-Motion (WIM) systems
  • Connected Vehicle Road Side Units
  • Cellular Modems
  • Ethernet Switches
  • VSL
  • UPS

What to expect after a 1411 has been submitted? 

Once the ITS Representative has submitted the approved content of the 1411, the ITS & Network Services Branch has three weeks to approve or reject the 1411. The Contractor will be able to monitor the progress of the 1411 within the 1411 App from submission to 30 day burn in.

What information will be needed to complete a 1411 form? 

The below content will be required to complete and submit a 1411: 

Project Information

  • 5 Digit Construction Project Code
  • Region where the device is installed
  • Project Engineer

Contractor Information

  • ITS Contractor company name
  • First and Last names of the ITS Contractor’s Project Manager
  • Project Managers phone number and email address.

Location / Highway / Direction / Crossroad / Mile Marker / Station / Roadside location

  • Direction and distance from the device to the centerline of the nearest crossroad to the nearest 10 feet (360’ South of Colorado Blvd.).
  • Name of the major roadway on which the device is installed
  • Mile marker to the nearest hundredth of a mile
  • Project station number (if included)
  • Nearest crossroad
  • Direction of travel on the side of road on which the device is installed (only use one of the four cardinal directions). If a device is installed in the median, then the direction of travel shall be the direction in which the device is intended for use. If there not defined direction of the device, then the primary direction of the highway shall be used (N or W). For the direction of travel, odd numbered highways are always considered north-south highways and even numbered highways are always considered east-west highways.

Latitude / Longitude / Altitude

  • Record the latitude, longitude, and altitude using the method described and the precision and accuracy defined in the special provision Revision of Section 614 – Global Positioning System (GPS).

Device Information

  • If the device was reset or if it is new, and the date of installations.
  • Manufacturer name
  • Device model number
  • Device serial number
  • Device MAC address
  • Manufacturer warranty state date
  • Warranty expiration date
  • Warranty contact information - Shall be the name, email, and telephone number of the party responsible for addressing warranty issues with the device.
  • If the device is a weather station, then record the sensors that were installed

Equipment Access and Traffic Control Requirements

  • How maintenance personnel will access both the communications cabinet and device. 
  • Example: If the communications cabinet is at ground level and the device requires a bucket truck for access, write “Cabinet ground level, device bucket truck” or something similar.
  • The expected traffic control setup for typical maintenance of the device.

Power Provider Information

  • Name of the Power Company and their contact phone number
  • Account number
  • Meter number
  • Service address
  • GPS coordinates of the meter.

Communications Information

If the device is communicating on fiber, record the:

  • Location of the Ethernet Switch
  • Which port the device is plugged into
  • If a copper SFP was required
  • Buffer tube
  • Fiber color
  • Fiber number
  • Wavelength of SFP optic
  • GPS coordinates of the splice point of the fiber lateral.

If the device is communicating on cellular: 

  • Location of the modem
  • If the SIM card has been programmed by CDOT ITS
  • Name of the service provider
  • Modem’s phone number

If the device is communicating on dial up:

  • Location of the modem
  • Name of the service provider
  • Phone number

Pictures

The contractor shall include pictures of the device. The following pictures shall be included in the 1411:

  • Upstream view of the device and structure
  • Downstream view of the device and structure
  • Inside of all associated cabinets
  • Label each picture file with the major street name, mile marker to the nearest hundredth, device type, and brief description of the picture (e.g. cabinet).