Vehicular Adhoc Networks and Its Simulations

Speaker:  Pradeep Kumar TS – Chennai, India
Topic(s):  Networks and Communications


Vehicular Adhoc Networks in short called as VANETs is a type of fast moving vehicles and their networking between other vehicles. Vehicles can communicate to other vehicles and to the road side units. Most of these vehicles when they transmit information to other nodes or vehicles, they use some protocols called Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) or some routing protocols. In this session, Introduction to Vechiular Adhoc Networks, the features of it and the applications that uses VANETs. 

Also, how to start doing a work in VANETs. How to integrate VANET with Open Street Maps for real world simulation. This session will handle most of the aspects of vehicular eadhoc networks and its simulation and also its analysis. 

SUMO is a software called Simulation of Urban Mobility that work with Open Street Maps (OSM) which generates traffic pattern and scenario for network Simulator 2 or Network Simulator 3. In this session, a small demo that provides the real world simulation with Open Street Maps and SUMO that generates the traffic. 

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  40
Duration:  90 minutes
Languages Available:  English
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