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Information Collection in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks

Author(s): Murat Caliskan, Martin Mauve, Bernd Rech, Andreas Luebke.
Title: Information Collection in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
Published: 5th European Congress and Exhibition on Intelligent Transportation Systems, , pp. , Hannover, Germany, June 2005
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Abstract: Results from latest developments in wireless mobile communication technologies are quite promising. The utilization of wireless technologies in the emerging field of Car-to-Car communication will make driving more secure and comfortable for the driver as well as for the passengers. Vehicles on the road will form Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs) to exchange messages. These messages could be divided into two categories namely “vehicular messages” generated by the vehicle (e.g. sudden break warnings or traffic jam messages) and “personal messages” triggered by the driver, the car or any passenger to fulfil a personal need.In this paper we discuss the feasibility of exchanging “personal messages” in urban area traffic conditions and present a first concept. Our investigations focus on targeted information collection through parameterized queries in VANETs. As an application example, we analyze the use of personal messages to guide cars towards suitable and free parking spaces nearest to their destination area.
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