An Anonymous Geocast Scheme for ITS Applications

@inproceedings{Bttner2016AnAG,
  title={An Anonymous Geocast Scheme for ITS Applications},
  author={Carsten B{\"u}ttner and Sorin A. Huss},
  booktitle={ICISSP},
  year={2016}
}
We propose a novel anonymous geocast scheme for Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) applications. The main advantage of this scheme is that it allows an ITS Central Station (ICS) located in the Internet to send messages to all ITS Vehicle Stations (IVSs) subscribed to a specific ITS application and located in a certain geographic area. Thus, the messages are only distributed in the specified geographic area and not in a greater region. Furthermore, it preserves in comparison to the state of… 

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