Author : Prof. Geetha M N 1
Date of Publication :12th August 2021
Abstract: In this real-world, there will be a huge necessity to satisfy the demands in all the communication systems to experience the best ever convenience and flexibility. Development in the IoT concept in the form of IoV has been a method to overcome all the difficulties experienced during driving vehicles. Today. The potential of IoV addresses many challenges of traffic monitoring and road safety measures by forming a distributed network of vehicles and collaborate between heterogeneous vehicular systems. In this project what IoV refers means the integration of networks that transmit information time to time between vehicles to vehicles, vehicles to roadside units and it is designed to play an essential role in this? The prevailing solutions like VANET, Vehicular Cloud Computing (VFC), and Mobile Cloud Computing are not at all ideal as there is high latency and delay in responsiveness. The collaboration of vehicular networks and fog computing forms a promising paradigm called Vehicular Fog Computing (VFC) which serves as a effective yet alternative method for VANETS’s. This paradigm consists of multiple near- end devices to carry out communication and computation of every vehicle. This application presents few scenarios of moving and idle state of vehicles by adapting VFC methods, wherein as a result of this communication and computation infrastructure, it showcases the capabilities of VFC. The motive here is to gift four totally different scenarios of a vehicle in motion and in idle state, which brings out a stimulating relationship between the communication capability and property of the vehicles.
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