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Poster presented at Staffordshire University, UK. 2010

Poster presented at Staffordshire University, UK. 2010

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  • ITS: Predictive Vehicular NetworkingResearch Student : Joarder Mohammad Mustafa KamalSupervisor : M. S. Hasan, Dr. Alison L. Carrington, Prof. H. YuA major challenge nowadays for motorways ITS will facilitate traffic flow and congestion management,and urban city areas is to provide safety, accident detection and collision avoidance, traffic signssecurity and connectivity through inter- and notifications, security, road enforcement, congestion charging zones, electronic toll collection, mobilevehicular and roadside communication. marketing etc. This research project delivers completeIntelligent Transportation System (ITS) is an network architecture, theoretical guidelines with routinginnovative concept to make cooperative and packet forwarding techniques based on predictivecommunication and maintain information flow mobility data mining. Real-life case studies on UK motorwaysbetween vehicles and traffic infrastructures. and urban areas will also provide a clear insight and understanding on vehicular ad-hoc networking. It will: 1. Provide opportunistic and delay tolerant communication for vehicles through mobility prediction and movement pattern mining. 2. Simulate the framework to judge the applicability of vehicular communications and compare with case-studies. Vehicular ad-hoc network simulation based on Active Traffic Management System, M42 Motorway, UK