Inès Ben Jemaa

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The combination of geographic-based routing protocols (GeoNetworking) and IPv6 NEtwork MObility (NEMO) into a single communication architecture (IPv6 GeoNetworking) is key in Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANET). While NEMO manages Internet access and session continuity between the vehicle and the Internet, geographically based data forwarding allows an(More)
Vehicular communication is an important part of the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). Geographic routing in vehicular ad hoc network (VANET) is becoming an interesting topic to deliver safety messages between cars but also between a car and a roadside infrastructure within a designated destination area. The Car2Car Communication Consortium specified(More)
Inter-Vehicular Communications (IVC) are considered a promising technological approach for enhancing transportation safety and improving highway efficiency. Previous theoretical work has demonstrated the benefits of IVC in vehicles strings. Simulations of partially IVC-equipped vehicles strings showed that only a small equipment ratio is sufficient to(More)
The existing R&D efforts for protecting vulnerable road users (VRU) are mainly based on perception techniques, which aim to detect VRUs utilizing vehicle embedded sensors. The efficiency of such a technique is largely affected by the sensor's visibility condition. Vehicle-to-Pedestrian (V2P) communication can also contribute to the VRU safety by(More)
Enabling Internet to Vehicular multicast communication is fraught with challenges due to the heterogeneous nature of the two networks. While the conventional multicasting in the Internet relies on ”structured” multicast routing, it is not clear how robust can be such routing structure in vehicular networks. We study the robustness of the multicast routing(More)
Emerging ITS applications such as fleet management and point of interest distribution require vehicles to have Internet access. However, allowing vehicles to access to the Internet is particularly challenging due to the special characteristics of the vehicular environment. So far, multicasting approaches have been demonstrated to be effective for supporting(More)
Cooperative Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (C-ADAS) require both efficient perception and communication technologies. Experimentation of such systems in real world conditions is needed before their deployment. However, this is a difficult task since it deals with complex road scenarios and substantial experimental cost. To limit ADAS real(More)
Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) open the way to a large set of new applications that improve road safety and traffic and energy efficiency. However, this exposes vehicles to new security threats. Therefore, securing communication is paramount for ITS deployment that is why several research works are now focusing on emerging threats and(More)
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