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Author Dimitrakopoulos, George.
Title Current technologies in vehicular communication / George Dimitrakopoulos, George Bravos.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2016.

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Author Dimitrakopoulos, George.
Subject Mobile communication systems.
Alt Name Bravos, George.
Description 1 online resource (129 pages)
Contents Preface; Contents; List of Figures; Chapter 1: Introduction: The History of Vehicular Communications; 1.1 Goals; 1.2 Motivation: Transportation and Its Drawbacks; 1.3 Overview of Latest Advances in Transportation Research; 1.3.1 Transport Mode Rail; 1.3.2 Transport Mode Road; 1.3.3 Transport Mode Air; 1.3.4 Transport Mode Waterway/Sea; 1.3.5 Intermodal Transport; 1.4 Road Transport: Utilization of ICT in Vehicles: Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS); 1.5 Conclusions; 1.6 Review Questions; Chapter 2: Vehicular Communications Standards; 2.1 Goals; 2.2 Introduction.
2.3 Wireless Access for Vehicular Environments (WAVE) and Its Migration Towards IEEE 802.11p2.3.1 Safety-Oriented; 2.3.2 Traffic Control-Oriented; 2.3.3 User Comfort-Oriented; 2.4 IEEE 1609; 2.5 SAE J2735; 2.6 LED-Enabled Visible Light Communications (IEEE TG 802.15.7); 2.7 Bluetooth; 2.8 2G and 3G Mobile Communication Infrastructures; 2.9 4G/5G-D2D; 2.9.1 Concept Overview; 2.9.2 Information Sources; 2.9.3 Example Data to Be Aggregated; 2.9.4 Processing and Outcomes; 2.9.5 Benefits of Framework; 2.9.6 Operational Scenarios; Scenario 1: Collision Avoidance. Scenario 2: Automated Route Guidance for Emergency Response Vehicles2.9.6.3 Scenario 3: Advanced Assisted Eco-Driving; 2.10 ETSI and CEN Standards for V2X Communications; 2.11 Conclusions; 2.12 Review Questions; Chapter 3: Sustainable Mobility in Smart Cities: Traffic Assessment, Forecasting, and Management; 3.1 Goals; 3.2 Urban Transportation Inefficiencies; 3.3 Smart Cities and Smart City Operations (SCOs); 3.3.1 Basic Definitions; 3.3.2 SCOs Challenges; Level of Intelligence ("Smartness") Required; Technology; Scalability of Smart Solutions. Formulation of City-Specific Objectives3.3.2.5 Economic Growth; Management and Organization; 3.4 Sustainable Mobility: Mobility as a Service (MaaS); 3.5 Case Studies; 3.5.1 Traffic Assessment, Forecasting, and Management Applications (TAFM); 3.5.2 Road Luminosity Management Applications; 3.5.3 Car Pooling (Ride-Sharing); Business Case; Formal Description; Input; Objective and Solution; Results; Scenario 1: Regular Service; Robust Discovery Phase; Decision-Making Phase; Scenario 2: Cost-Driven Scenario; Robust Discovery Phase; Decision-Making Phase.
Scenario 3: Improvement of DriverRobust Discovery Phase; Decision-Making Phase; 3.5.4 Intelligent Parking Management; 3.6 Conclusions; 3.7 Review Questions; Chapter 4: Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS); 4.1 Goals; 4.2 Introduction; 4.3 Cooperative Mobility and Cooperative Driving; 4.4 Green (eco) Driving; 4.5 Connectivity in Road Transport; 4.6 Information Sharing for Sustainable Multimodal Transport; 4.7 Case Studies; 4.7.1 Proactive Global Alerting Systems; Formulation; Solution: Warning Functions; Minimum Distance Warning; Safe Following Distance Warning.
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ISBN 9783319472447 (electronic bk.)
3319472445 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 963668240
Additional Format Print version: Dimitrakopoulos, George. Current Technologies in Vehicular Communication. Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2016 9783319472430

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