Adaptive Broadcast for Travel and Traffic Information Distribution Based on Inter-Vehicle Communication 1

@inproceedings{Wischhof2003AdaptiveBF,
  title={Adaptive Broadcast for Travel and Traffic Information Distribution Based on Inter-Vehicle Communication 1},
  author={Lars Wischhof and Andr{\'e} Ebner and Hermann Rohling and Matthias Lott and R{\"u}diger Halfmann},
  year={2003}
}
Conventional Traffic and Travel Information (TTI) systems are based on a centralized structure: Sensors deployed at the roadside monitor the traffic and transmit the results to a central unit, which performs a situation analysis. TTI is made available to the drivers via broadcast service (e.g. TMC/RDS) or on demand via cellular phone. In contrast to this centralized approach, a decentralized, Self-Organizing Traffic Information System (SOTIS) based on Inter-Vehicle Communication (IVC) has many… CONTINUE READING
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