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Vehicle Localization Enhancement Using VANETS with Driver Safety Assistance
P. Kejriwal, J. Kaur,
Published in Springer
Over the last decade vehicle to vehicle, communication has been in the limelight as it is a crucial aspect of the intelligent transport system. Vehicular ad-hoc networks is a network of vehicles communicating with their neighbors wirelessly. This technology is used to build a distributed network of vehicle and infrastructure (Road Side Unit-RSU) that allows information exchange on a large scale via V2V and V2I communication. This article focuses on improving driver safety and traffic efficiency by exchanging safety and non-safety information such as weather conditions and collision alert messages. The physical experiment involves prototyping of various scenarios using microcontrollers and sensors systems. Each prototype generates a warning message which is communicated wirelessly to the driver. © 2021, The Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer Science+Business Media, LLC part of Springer Nature.
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