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Author Jurgen, Ronald
Title V2V/V2I Communications for Improved Road Safety and Efficiency
Imprint Warrendale : SAE International, 2012
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Descript 1 online resource (350 pages)
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Note Intro -- Front Matter -- Introduction -- Introduction: New Driver Accident Avoidance Aids Are on the Way -- Overviews -- On the cusp of connected cars -- BMW demonstrates left-turn drivers' aid -- Safer cars talk to each other -- V2V, GPS integration could improve safety -- Debating IntelliDrive's future -- V2V and V2I Technical Papers -- 2012-01-0741: An Autonomous and Car-Following System via DSRC Communication -- 2012-01-0491: DSRC Performance Comparison with and without Antenna Diversity Using Different Transmission Power -- 2011-01-1045: Reliability and Safety/Integrity Analysis for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Wireless Communication -- 2011-01-1035: Multi-Sensor System for Vehicle Positioning in Dense Urban Areas -- 2011-01-0586: Vehicle Safety Communications - Applications: Multiple On-Board Equipment Testing -- 2011-01-0577: Understanding Driver Perceptions of a Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) Communication System Using a Test Track Demonstration -- 2011-01-0575: Vehicle Safety Communications - Applications: System Design & Objective Testing Results -- 2011-01-0573: Vehicular Networks for Collision Avoidance at Intersections -- 2010-01-0747: Integrating In-Vehicle Safety with Dedicated Short Range Communications for Intersection Collision Avoidance -- 2009-01-0168: Intelligent Vehicle Technologies that Improve Safety, Congestion, and Efficiency: Overview and Public Policy Role -- 2009-01-0165: Prioritized CSMA Protocol for Roadside-to-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication Systems -- 2009-01-0163: Communication in Future Vehicle Cooperative Safety Systems: 5.9 GHz DSRC Non-Line-of-Sight Field Testing -- Back Matter -- About the Editor
Millions of automobile accidents occur worldwide each year. Some of the most serious are rear-end crashes, side crashes within intersections, and crashes that occur when cars change lanes or drift into a lane. The holy grail of traffic safety is to avoid automobile accidents altogether. To that end, major automakers, governments, and universities are working on systems that allow vehicles to communicate with one another as well as the surrounding infrastructure (V2V/V2I for short). These systems show promise for such functions as intersection assist, left-turn assist, do-not-pass warning, advance warning of a vehicle braking ahead, forward-collision warning, and blind-spot/lane-change warning. This compendium explores the challenges in developing these systems and provides the latest developments in V2V/V2I technology. It begins with a series of overview news stories and articles from SAE's magazines on the progress in this technology. This is followed by a series of technical papers on V2V/V2I dealing with the many technical aspects of design of these systems as well as discussions of such key issues as the need for extreme reliability assurances and traffic congestion overloads on the systems
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Jurgen, Ronald V2V/V2I Communications for Improved Road Safety and Efficiency Warrendale : SAE International,c2012 9780768077254
Subject Vehicular ad hoc networks (Computer networks)
Automobiles-Safety measures
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