Co-operative traffic solutions for hybrid communication environments

Johan Scholliers (Corresponding Author), Mirjami Jutila, Mikko Valta, Kimmo Kauvo, Ari Virtanen, Pasi Pyykönen

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Abstract

Through communication between vehicles and infrastructure, vehicles can receive real-time warnings on incidents and dangerous situations, and can send own sensor data and observed incident information to other road users. Information between vehicles and infrastructures can be exchanged either using ITS-G5 or cellular communications. This paper describes how a fog vision sensor has been developed and deployed for warning drivers about adverse road weather conditions. A hardware-in-the-loop driving simulator has been utilized to test the transmission of vehicle data. Performance measurements of the communication between vehicles and infrastructure have been made for both ITS-G5 and LTE. LTE and the future 5G will provide lower latency, and hence may become the preferred solution especially for road side unit to vehicle communications. Providing seamless connectivity between different network technologies, a mobile IP based solution is utilized with Quality-of-Service (QoS) assisted handovers. Real-time QoS measurements with fast handovers enable the system to react rapidly to changing circumstances. Our solution can exploit multiple networks and prioritize them by quantities such as preference, signal strength and geotagged formerly measured link quality.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4542-4551
JournalTransportation Research Procedia
Volume14
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016
MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed
Event6th European Transport Research Conference "Moving Forward: Innovative Solutions for Tomorrow's Mobility, TRA 2016 - Warsaw, Poland
Duration: 18 Apr 201621 Apr 2016
https://www.itf-oecd.org/6th-european-transport-research-conference-moving-forward-innovative-solutions-tomorrows-mobility

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Keywords

  • co-operative traffic services
  • hybrid communications
  • ITS-G5
  • sensors for reduced visibility

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Co-operative traffic solutions for hybrid communication environments. / Scholliers, Johan (Corresponding Author); Jutila, Mirjami; Valta, Mikko; Kauvo, Kimmo; Virtanen, Ari; Pyykönen, Pasi.

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