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Abstract
Title: VEHICULAR NETWORKS DEPLOYMENT VIEW: APPLICATIONS, DEPLOYMENT ARCHITECTURES AND SECURITY MEANS.
Authors: Dr. Hassnaa Moustafa, Mr. Gilles Bourdon
Abstract:
Inter-Vehicle Communication (IVC) is attracting a considerable attention from the
research community and the automotive industry, where it is beneficial in
providing Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) as well as drivers and
passengers’ assistant services. In this context, vehicular networks are emerging as
a new class of wireless networks, spontaneously formed between moving vehicles
equipped with wireless interfaces that could be of homogeneous or heterogeneous
technologies. The recent advances in wireless technologies and the current trends
in ad hoc networks scenarios allow a number of possible architectures for
vehicular networks deployment. In this paper, we give a deployment view for
vehicular networks illustrating its potential services. We present the possible
deployment architectures of these networks and some promising wireless
technologies, and we discuss some technical challenges for the deployment of
these networks with a main focus on the security problem.