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The Resource Current technologies in vehicular communication, George Dimitrakopoulos, George Bravos

Current technologies in vehicular communication, George Dimitrakopoulos, George Bravos

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Current technologies in vehicular communication
Title
Current technologies in vehicular communication
Statement of responsibility
George Dimitrakopoulos, George Bravos
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Dimitrakopoulos, George
Dewey number
  • 621.3845
  • 620
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Bravos, George
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Mobile communication systems
Label
Current technologies in vehicular communication, George Dimitrakopoulos, George Bravos
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Note
Safe Front-Side Distance Warning
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unknown
Color
multicolored
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; 2.9.6.1 Scenario 1: Collision Avoidance
  • 2.9.6.2 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; 3.3.2.1 Level of Intelligence ("Smartness") Required; 3.3.2.2 Technology; 3.3.2.3 Scalability of Smart Solutions
  • 3.3.2.4 Formulation of City-Specific Objectives3.3.2.5 Economic Growth; 3.3.2.6 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); 3.5.3.1 Business Case; 3.5.3.2 Formal Description; Input; Objective and Solution; 3.5.3.3 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; 4.7.1.1 Formulation; 4.7.1.2 Solution: Warning Functions; Minimum Distance Warning; Safe Following Distance Warning
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ocn963668240
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1 online resource (129 pages)
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319472447
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not applicable
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(OCoLC)963668240
Label
Current technologies in vehicular communication, George Dimitrakopoulos, George Bravos
Publication
Note
Safe Front-Side Distance Warning
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
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; 2.9.6.1 Scenario 1: Collision Avoidance
  • 2.9.6.2 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; 3.3.2.1 Level of Intelligence ("Smartness") Required; 3.3.2.2 Technology; 3.3.2.3 Scalability of Smart Solutions
  • 3.3.2.4 Formulation of City-Specific Objectives3.3.2.5 Economic Growth; 3.3.2.6 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); 3.5.3.1 Business Case; 3.5.3.2 Formal Description; Input; Objective and Solution; 3.5.3.3 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; 4.7.1.1 Formulation; 4.7.1.2 Solution: Warning Functions; Minimum Distance Warning; Safe Following Distance Warning
Control code
ocn963668240
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (129 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319472447
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)963668240

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