B Tech (Computer Science) Intelligent Vehicular ad-hoc Network. Intelligent vehicular ad hoc networks (InVANETs) use WiFi IEEE 802.11p (WAVE standard) and WiMAX IEEE 802.16 for easy and effective communication between vehicles with dynamic mobility.
Effective measures such as media communication between vehicles can be enabled as well methods to track automotive vehicles. InVANET is not foreseen to replace current mobile (cellular phone) communication standards . "Older" designs within the IEEE 802.11 scope may refer just to IEEE 802.11b/g. More recent designs refer to the latest issues of IEEE 802.11p (WAVE, draft status). Due to inherent lag times, only the latter one in the IEEE 802.11 scope is capable of coping with the typical dynamics of vehicle operation. Automotive vehicular information can be viewed on electronic maps using the Internet or specialized software.
Communication capabilities in vehicles are the basis of an envisioned InVANET or intelligent transportation systems (ITS). See also References Ad hoc network books : Competition. As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued.
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