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Wireless and Wired Ethernet for Intelligent Transportation Systems

Abstract : This study focuses on the wireless as well as the wired aspect of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). The On-Board network of a future smart vehicle is designed using Switched Ethernet as a backbone. This architecture aims at minimizing the amount of wiring present in today’s cars. With the increasing demand of entertainment and connectivity, the proposed model provides the vehicle passengers with internet connection, video on-demand, voice over IP (VoIP) and video conference capabilities. Also, to help the driver, a smart real-time interactive communication scheme is developed to supply traffic information. A wireless communication model is built to support the moving entities in a light urban traffic area; the model is based on stigmergic algorithms running at the core of the system infrastructure. A WiFi model is used to supply wireless connectivity to mobile nodes in a given region. The Mobile IPv4 as well as Mobile IPv6 are tested. The mobile nodes always communicate with the central intelligence of the system to update the traffic information. The stigmergic algorithm processes this data and sends to all moving vehicles messages regarding the actual traffic map. This research focuses on the wireless aspect of the problem and optimizes the architecture to satisfy minimum packet loss in the path from the central correspondent node (CN) to the mobile nodes (MN). It is found that based on MIPv6 technique and using redundant packet transmission (burst communication) one can statistically reach satisfactory
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Ramez Daoud. Wireless and Wired Ethernet for Intelligent Transportation Systems. Automatic Control Engineering. Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambrésis, 2008. English. ⟨NNT : 2008VALE0033⟩. ⟨tel-03012174⟩



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