By Marc Emmelmann, Bernd Bochow, Christopher Kellum
Over the past 15 years, the curiosity in vehicular communique has grown, specifically within the car undefined. as a result of anticipated mass industry, initiatives concentrating on Car-to-X conversation adventure excessive public visibility. This publication provides vehicular conversation in a broader point of view that incorporates greater than simply its software to the automobile undefined. It offers, researchers, engineers, choice makers and graduate scholars in instant communications with an advent to vehicular verbal exchange focussing on car-to-x and train-based platforms.
- Emphasizes vital views of vehicular communique together with marketplace region, software components, and standardization concerns in addition to chosen issues that includes points of constructing, prototyping, and checking out vehicular communique platforms.
- Supports the reader in realizing universal features and modifications among a number of the software components of vehicular verbal exchange.
- Offers either an summary of the appliance sector and an in-depth dialogue of key applied sciences in those parts.
- Written by means of a variety of specialists within the box.
Chapter 1 advertisement and Public Use purposes (pages 1–28): Dr. Hariharan Krishnan, Dr. Fan Bai and Dr. Gavin Holland
Chapter 2 Governmental and armed forces functions (pages 29–43): Anthony Maida
Chapter three conversation platforms for Car?2?X Networks (pages 45–81): Daniel D. Stancil, Dr. Fan Bai and Lin Cheng
Chapter four verbal exchange platforms for Railway purposes (pages 83–104): Benoit Bouchez and Luc de Coen
Chapter five safeguard and privateness Mechanisms for Vehicular Networks (pages 105–127): Panos Papadimitratos
Chapter 6 protection and Dependability in teach regulate structures (pages 129–148): Mark Hartong, Rajni Goel and Duminda Wijesekera
Chapter 7 car Standardization of auto Networks (pages 149–169): Tom Schaffnit
Chapter eight Standardization of Vehicle?to?Infrastructure verbal exchange (pages 171–201): Karine Gosse, David Bateman, Christophe Janneteau, Mohamed Kamoun, Mounir Kellil, Pierre Roux, Alexis Olivereau, Jean?Noel Patillon, Alexandru Petrescu and Sheng Yang
Chapter nine Simulating Cooperative Vehicle?to?Infrastructure platforms: A Multi?Aspect evaluation instrument Suite (pages 203–226): Gerdien Klunder, Isabel Wilmink and Bart van Arem
Chapter 10 process layout and Proof?of?Concept Implementation of Seamless Handover aid for Communication?Based educate keep an eye on (pages 227–256): Marc Emmelmann
Chapter eleven New Technological Paradigms (pages 257–270): Bernd Bochow
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