• Corpus ID: 1513087

Data aggregation in V 2 V and V 2 I communication infrastructures

  title={Data aggregation in V 2 V and V 2 I communication infrastructures},
  author={Pim van der Toolen},
Vehicles and roads are becoming increasingly important in our daily lives and in the transport sector. In order to make traffic safer and easier to drive through, Vehicle to Vehicle networks (V2V) are becoming more interesting. However, the wireless medium has its limitations, for instance the total amount of bandwidth that can be used. To this end, aggregation solutions are in development to use this bandwidth more efficiently. A literature study has been done to identify the most promising… 

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