Wireless Vehicular Networks for Car Collision Avoidance

Wireless Vehicular Networks for Car Collision Avoidance

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"Wireless Vehicular Networks for Car Collision Avoidance" focuses on the development of the ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) in order to minimize vehicular accidents. The book presents and analyses a range of concrete accident scenarios while examining the causes of vehicular collision and proposing countermeasures based on wireless vehicular networks. The book also describes the vehicular network standards and quality of service mechanisms focusing on improving critical dissemination of safety information. With recommendations on techniques and protocols to consider when improving road safety policies in order to minimize crashes and collision risks.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 290 pages
  • 158 x 242 x 22mm | 579.99g
  • Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • 2013
  • 23 black & white tables, biography
  • 1441995625
  • 9781441995629
  • 2,162,251

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Wireless Vehicular Networks for Car Collision Avoidance focuses on the development of the ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) in order to minimize vehicular accidents. The book presents and analyses a range of concrete accident scenarios while examining the causes of vehicular collision and proposing countermeasures based on wireless vehicular networks. The book also describes the vehicular network standards and quality of service mechanisms focusing on improving critical dissemination of safety information. With recommendations on techniques and protocols to consider when improving road safety policies in order to minimize crashes and collision risks.show more

About Rola Naja

Prof. Naja is a member of the PRiSM research group (Parallelism, Networking, Systems and Modelling - www.prism.uvsq.fr/) at University of Versailles (France) and is affiliated with the ESIEE-Engineering (Ecole Superieure d'Ingenieurs en Electronique et Electrotechnique-Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Paris, France - www.esiee.fr/). Dr. Naja obtained her PhD in Computer Networking from the Telecom ParisTech (ENST-Paris). Her research studies lie in the area of resource allocation and mobility handling in wireless mobile multiservice networks. Dr. Naja collaborated with a number of scientists on international projects: Ambience for Ambient Intelligence, Minicell For Quality of Service in UMTS, Co-Drive for Cooperative Driving and others. She has authored highly ranked research papers published in leading international journals and in International conferences dealing with network modeling and performance, network adaptability and quality of service provisioning.show more

Table of contents

A Survey of Communications for Intelligent Transportation Systems.- Quality of Service Provisioning in Wireless Vehicular Networks: Challenges and Mechanisms.- Message dissemination in VANET: protocols and performances.- Rear End Collision: Causes and Avoidance Techniques.- Chain Collision Accident: Causes and Avoidance Techniques.- Lane Change and Overtaking Collisions: Causes and Avoidance Techniques.- Intersection Collision: Causes and Avoidance Techniques.- Cars and Pedestrians Collision: Causes and Avoidance Techniques.show more