Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Luca Delgrossi, Tao Zhang|
|Series||Information and communication technology series -- 103|
|Contributions||Zhang, Tao, 1962-|
|LC Classifications||TE228.37 .D45 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012020858|
Authored by two top industry professionals, the book: Summarizes the history and current status of GHz Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) technology and standardization, discussing key issues in applying DSRC to support cooperative vehicle safety. Provides an up-to-date, in-depth look at the current research, design, and implementation of cooperative vehicle safety communication protocols and technology Improving traffic safety has been a top concern for transportation agencies around the world and the focus of heavy research and development efforts sponsored by both governments and private industries. Chapter 1 Traffic Safety (pages 1–9): Chapter 2 Automotive Safety Evolution (pages 10–19): Chapter 3 Vehicle Architectures (pages 20–31): Chapter 4 Connected Vehicles (pages 32–43): Chapter 5 Dedicated Short?Range Communications (pages 44–51): Chapter 6 . Vehicle safety communications: protocols, security, and privacy / Luca Delgrossi, Tao Zhang. pages cm. – (Information and communication technology series ; ) Includes bibliographical .
The Vehicle Safety Communications – Applications (VSC-A) Project was a three-year project (December - December ) to develop and test communications-based vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) safety systems to determine if Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) at GHz, in combination with vehicle positioning, can improve upon autonomous vehicle-based safety systems and/or enable new communications-based . Summary of NHTSA Heavy-Vehicle Vehicle-to-Vehicle Safety Communications Research 11 As part of the Safety Pilot Model Deployment, several of the Safety Applications were prototyped in heavy trucks, either as part of the integrated trucks or Commercial Vehicle Retrofit Safety Devices, and discussed in Section IV. Giving vehicles the ability to communicate with each other and beyond Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) e.g. collision avoidance safety systems Vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) e.g. traffic signal timing/priority Vehicle-to-network (V2N) e.g. real-time traffic / routing, cloud services Vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P) e.g. safety alerts to pedestrians, bicyclists. NHTSA to help states inform vehicle owners about safety recalls A grant program will provide funds totaling $ million for as many as six states to notify drivers of recalls during vehicle registration. May 7, Early estimates of motor vehicle traffic data show reduced fatalities for third consecutive year.
Vehicle Safety Communications: Protocols, Security, and Privacy This book looks at vehicle communication systems and their role in vehicle safety. Vehicle applications, such as, advanced driver assistance systems, and wireless connected vehicles technology, both vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure, are explored. Vehicular accidents are the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 3 and 34 in the United States [NHTS09]. Broader adoption of effective automotive safety systems, along with improved safety legislation and increased driver education efforts, has powered the reduction of fatalities and injuries despite the growing number of vehicles on the road and the distances traveled. The ICT book series also addresses application-oriented topics such as service manage-ment and creation and end-user devices, as well as the coupling between end devices and Vehicle safety communications: protocols, security, and privacy / Luca Delgrossi, Tao Zhang. A wide range of innovative applications are enabled by wireless communications, allowing vehicles to connect with each other, the roadside network infrastructure, and the Internet. Connected vehicle applications are classified into the following categories: hard safety, soft safety, mobility, and convenience applications.