Vehicular ad hoc networks

Simic, M 2013, 'Vehicular ad hoc networks', in B. D. Milovanovic (ed.) Proceedings of 2013 11th International Conference on Telecommunication in Modern Satellite, Cable and Broadcasting Services (TELSIKS), Nis, Serbia, 16 - 19 October 2013, pp. 613-618.


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Title Vehicular ad hoc networks
Author(s) Simic, M
Year 2013
Conference name TELSIKS 2013
Conference location Nis, Serbia
Conference dates 16 - 19 October 2013
Proceedings title Proceedings of 2013 11th International Conference on Telecommunication in Modern Satellite, Cable and Broadcasting Services (TELSIKS)
Editor(s) B. D. Milovanovic
Publisher IEEE and University of Nis
Place of publication Serbia
Start page 613
End page 618
Total pages 6
Abstract Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks(VANETs) are computer networks of moving nodes attached to vehicles. Theyalso include stationary infrastructure elements. This use of wireless local area network technology is becoming necessity and will grow rapidly in the near future. There is a wide range of VANET and associated Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC)applications. It starts fromsimple cases likeactive safety systems for driving, traffic information and collision warning, to more comprehensive Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). Step up from simple driver assistance will be the complete takeover of the vehicle control. Finally, VANETs will support auto driver algorithms and applications for unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs). The aim of this paper is to present an overview of the technology, standards and problems, with some proposals for the quick start with the most necessary applications and for the future research.
Subjects Networking and Communications
Keyword(s) VANET
WLAN
DSRC
WAVE
Active Safety
DOI - identifier 10.1109/TELSKS.2013.6704453
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ISBN 9781479909025
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