Performance Evaluation of Networking Protocols for Connected Vehicles

Performance Evaluation of Networking Protocols for Connected Vehicles

Andreas Pressas (University of Sussex, Brighton, UK), Mümin Özpolat (University of Sussex, Brighton, UK), Zhengguo Sheng (University of Sussex, Brighton, UK) and Falah Ali (University of Sussex, Brighton, UK)
DOI: 10.4018/IJVTIS.2017010101
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Abstract

Modern cars feature many embedded systems that monitor and manage all the critical sensors and actuators. The interconnection of such systems is a challenging task since the information to be exchanged is of mission-critical nature and affects the driving experience. The vehicle connectivity can be further extended with Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) technology, which allows cars to exchange sensory information and even act on it. In this article a unified networking architecture is presented, starting from the inside of the vehicle and the interconnection of various control units and ultimately targeting Car-to-Car communications which enable smarter, safer and more efficient transportation. The researchers review and evaluate the performance of Power Line Communications as a solution for in-car networking. Then the safety-critical data as well as multimedia originating from each individual vehicle's in-car network are broadcasted to other neighbouring vehicles via IEEE 802.11p in a simulation environment featuring realistic vehicular mobility.
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2. Architecture

The CVN system architecture comprises of three domains: the in-vehicle, the ad hoc and the infrastructure domain. Figure 1 illustrates the overall architecture of connected vehicle system.

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