2014 Future Cities Conference / Susana Sargento "Vehicular Network Platform"

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2014 Future Cities Conference / Susana Sargento "Vehicular Network Platform"

  1. 1. Future Cities Conference Porto, 28 January 2014 Session – University of Aveiro Vehicular Network Platform Susana Sargento, susana@ua.pt University of Aveiro, Instituto de Telecomunicações – Aveiro Veniam’Works © 2005, it - instituto de telecomunicações. Todos os direitos reservados.
  2. 2. Connecting Vehicles Why communication in the roads? mobile data (telcos are seeking WiFi offloading solutions to cope with 18x growth in traffic until 2016) continuous connectivity (connectivity anywhere, everytime) connected cars (all Internet-based services in the cars) 2 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  3. 3. Applications 3 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  4. 4. Buses and cars form a vehicular mesh network and cover the whole city! 2 © 2005, it - instituto de telecomunicações. Todos os direitos reservados. 10x range 100x faster Susana Sargento
  5. 5. How do Vehicular Networks Work? 2 5 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  6. 6. WIFI and WAVE 10x cheaper than cellular (even 4G /LTE) But, traditional WiFi is not prepared for the vehicular dynamics: range and association time WAVE and IEEE 802.11p 6 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  7. 7. Back 3 Years Ago No WAVE/DSRC equipments available, or too expensive We promise to connect 500 vehicles (by far the largest vehicular testbed in the world)… We developed our first prototype of WAVE /DSRC (drivers) 7 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  8. 8. During the last months Installation 8 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  9. 9. During the last months Road Side Units 9 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  10. 10. During the last months 10 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  11. 11. Pilot trials After 5 years of R&D, we have built the largest real-world test bed and collecting data in Porto, Portugal. We deployed new prototype vehicular mesh networking devices with customers in more than 500 vehicles (public buses, several dozen trucks, road side units). This is the most robust vehicular mesh network in the world, delivering The connectivity between the vehicles The Quality of service and bandwidth while on the move. 11 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  12. 12. Real-Time Visualization 12 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  13. 13. 13 Futire Cities, 2014 13 Sargento Susana
  14. 14. Harbor Vehicular Network 14 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  15. 15. Buses Vehicular Network 15 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  16. 16. Next Steps Expanding the Network Other types of vehicles Road side units around the city (expand in the central Porto) Improve Network Functionalities Integrating Sensor Information Sensors in the buses Sensors in the street Cameras, environmental, polution Driving and traffic efficiency 16 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento
  17. 17. Thanks! susana@ua.pt, ssargento@veniamworks.com http://nap.av.it.pt http://www.av.it.pt/ssargento http://veniamworks.com/ Credits to: Carlos Ameixieira, Filipe Neves, André Cardote, Rui Meireles, Luís Coelho, João Afonso, Bruno Areias, Eduardo Mota, Rui Costa, Ricardo Matos, João Barros, Diogo Lopes, Diogo Carreira, Maria João Souto, Raquel Rodrigues, Paulo Calçada. 17 Futire Cities, 2014 Susana Sargento

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