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Unified Automotive Location Tracking Using Android Things (IoT)
V.V.R. Dantu, V.V.S. Sai Dasaradha,
Published in Springer
Nowadays Transportation is becoming more and more critical. Safer commute and navigation have been the main concerns in this field. Proper Maintenance and Tracking of vehicles is much needed. Internet of Things has been a significant factor in bringing innovations to the transportation field. Traditional tracking of vehicles includes sending the data through GSM with no standard Architecture. Vehicle to Vehicle(V2V) and Vehicle to Infrastructure(V2I) communication cannot be implemented through these traditional methods. Vehicular networks need a typical architecture in-order to communicate with each other. Using Android Things, which is specifically designed for low-power and memory-constrained IoT devices, one can implement a common architecture and form an Interconnected network. Android apps are designed to help track vehicles and provide navigation to the right users by acquiring authentication from the owners. This method leads to a cost-effective implementation and better efficiency than other traditional methods. © 2021, The Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature.
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