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  • 1. DATA CENTER AT THE AIRPORT: REASONING ABOUT TIME- DEPENDENT PARKING LOT OCCUPANCYOBJECTIVE: In this project we are considering the implementation of a VehicularCloud, which aggregates the computing capabilities of parked vehicles in thelong-term parking lot of an international airport.PROBLEM STATEMENT: The problem found in our existing system as, intermittent short-rangecommunication between vehicles. The connectivity to cloud is low due tochanging positions time by time. Tracking is only possible when each vehicle isallowed to communicate with each other.ABSTRACT: Cloud computing technique is gaining more and more popularityrecently. It can be applied to the vehicle applications to ensure real timeperformance as well as to improve accuracy and comfort degree for drivers.Some innovative and real time vehicle cloud services are introduced to showthe wide potential applications of vehicles and some discussion about researchchallenges, context classification is also provided. Instead of purchasing allkinds of sensors and devices on each vehicle, individual drivers will subscribeto the cloud-provided infrastructure, platform and applications as services on-demand. On the other hand, vehicles and road-side infrastructure with idle the Z Technologies www.ztech.in info@ztech.in call : 91760 91765
  • 2. sophisticated on-board devices for long periods of time can be recruited to forma computing cloud, i.e. Vehicular Cloud Computing (VCC). A vehicular cloud can be formed on the fly by dynamically integratingresources and collecting information. Vehicles can access the cloud and obtain,at the right time and the right place, all the needed resources and applicationsthe need or want.EXISTING SYSTEM: Advances in vehicular networks, embedded devices, and cloudcomputing can be used to form Vehicular Cloud Computing, VC2 for short. InVC2, the underutilized vehicles resources such as computing power, Internetconnectivity and storage can be shared between drivers or rented over theInternet to various customers, very much like usual cloud resources are. Agroup of vehicles whose corporate computing, sensing, communication andphysical resources can be coordinated and dynamically allocated to authorizedusers.DISADVANTAGES: • Intermittent short-range communication between vehicles. • The connectivity to cloud is low due to changing positions time by time. • Tracking is only possible when each vehicle is allowed to communicate with each other. Z Technologies www.ztech.in info@ztech.in call : 91760 91765
  • 3. PROPOSED SYSTEM: In the proposed system the data centre at the airport isimplemented using the aggregating the computing capabilities of parkedvehicles. The data centre resources are the pooled resources of the individualvehicles parked at the airport for long time that are willing to participate in thevehicular cloud. These vehicles are willing to lend their excess on-board resources inreturn for some quantifiable benefit. The data centre manager consists of thefollowing components: a broker daemon that negotiates cloud service requestson behalf of the VC from various potential clients. The broker has the authorityto accept feasible requests and to commit cloud resources to meet theirspecifications; a virtualization agent that configures the available cloudresources in ways that best match the commitments underwritten by the broker.A resource manager in charge of discovering and managing the dynamicallychanging cloud resources; and, a task scheduler that allocates computationaltasks to individual clusters or even to individual vehicles in a Cluster based onthe amount of available resources.ADVANTAGES: • The currently available resources are tracked, and there computing capabilities are aggregated to provide the resources for Vehicular cloud • discovers new resources as soon as any vehicle enters to the parking lot, and calculates the capability of the resources time by time. • migrates tasks from a vehicle leaving the VC to an available vehicle and balances the loads of the existing clusters. Z Technologies www.ztech.in info@ztech.in call : 91760 91765
  • 4. ALGORITHM USED: 1. A-Priori Algorithm 2. Priority Scheduling 3. Triple DES (Data Encryption Standard)ARCHITECTURE DIAGRAM: Vehicle resources Vehicle resources Network Vehicle Resources Vehicle Vehicle resources resources Virtualized Consumer Application Machine Service Z Technologies www.ztech.in info@ztech.in call : 91760 91765
  • 5. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Hardware Requirements:  System : Pentium IV 2.4 GHz.  Hard Disk : 40 GB.  Floppy Drive : 1.44 Mb.  Monitor : 15 VGA Colour.  Mouse : Logitech.  Ram : 512 Mb. Software Requirements:  Operating system : Windows XP.  Coding Language : ASP.Net with C#  Data Base : SQL ServerAPPLICATIONS: 1. Tourism 2. Online Ticket Booking 3. Service Oriented Applications Z Technologies www.ztech.in info@ztech.in call : 91760 91765