Poster :: ITS: Predictive Vehicular Networking (1)

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Poster presented at Staffordshire University, UK. 2010

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Poster :: ITS: Predictive Vehicular Networking (1)

  1. 1. ITS: predictivevehicular networkingthe team doing thisresearch in thetechnology hub J. M. M. Kamal Research M. S. Hasan Dr. A. Carrington Prof. H. Yu First Second Third Student Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor A major challenge nowadays for motorways■ computing ■ multimedia■ engineering ■ automotive and urban city areas is to provide safety,■ d e s i g n t e c h n o l o g y■ maths security and connectivity through inter-■ electronics ■ usability vehicular and roadside communication.■ film ■ mobile Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) is an■ music ■ signals innovative concept to make cooperative■ entertainment ■ environment■ stats ■ mechanical communication and maintain information flow■ power ■ software between vehicles and traffic infrastructures. ITS■ logistics ■ networks will facilitate traffic flow and congestion■ forensics ■ intelligence management, accident detection and collision■ virtual reality ■ im age systems avoidance, traffic signs and notifications, security, road enforcement, congestion charging zones, electronic toll collection, location, movement and context-aware services, internet usage etc. This research project delivers complete network architecture, theoretical guidelines with routing and packet forwarding techniques based on predictive mobility data mining. Real- life case studies on UK motorways and urban areas will also provide a clear insight and understanding on vehicular ad-hoc networking. It will: Provide opportunistic and delay tolerant communication for vehicles through mobility prediction and movement pattern mining. Simulate the framework to judge the applicability of vehicular communications and compare with case-studies. technologyhub@staffs.ac.uk +44 (0)1785 353469 www.fcet.staffs.ac.uk/technologyhub Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Technology The Octagon ■ CREATE THE DIFFERENCE Staffordshire University Beaconside, Stafford ST18 0AD

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