Ahmed Abdel Wahab

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—Road safety applications in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs) necessitate highly accurate vehicle localization techniques. Unfortunately, Global Positioning System (GPS)-based localization techniques do not only suffer from the lack of ubiquitous GPS coverage but also are susceptible to high localization errors (10 m to 30 m). Consequently, such(More)
Collision avoidance and road safety applications require highly accurate vehicle localization techniques. Unfortunately, the existing localization techniques are not suitable for road safety applications as they rely on the error-prone Global Positioning System (GPS). Likewise, cooperative localization techniques that use intervehicle communications(More)
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