Connected vehicles and intelligent vehicles have been identified as key technologies for increasing road safety and transport efficiency. This book presents and discusss the recent advances in theory and practice in connected vehicle systems. It covers emerging research that aims at dealing with the challenges in designing the essential functional components of connected vehicles. Major topics include intra- and inter-vehicle communications, mobility model of fleet and ramp merging, trace and position data analysis, security and privacy.
Intra-vehicle Power Line Communications: Introduction of In-vehicle communication Buses. CAN-based Media Access Control Protocol. Worst Delay Analysis of Intra-vehicle Communication Buses.
Inter-vehicle Communications: Physical Channel Modeling and Sharing. MIMO Transmission. Efficient Broadcasting. Lightweight and Adaptive Security Mechanism.
Vehicular Data Application: Data Cleaning and Analyzing. Travel Time Estimation. Accurate Location. Map Building. Mobility
Model and Safety Control: Mobility Driven by Connected Vehicles. Mobility Modeling with Swarm Behavior. Platoon Collisions. Winding Roads Collisions.