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Cooperative Inter-vehicle Communication Protocol With Low Cost Differential GPS

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Author(s): Xunxing Diao | Messaoud Kara | Jian-jin Li | Kun-Mean Hou | Haiying Zhou | Aurelien Jacquot

Journal: Journal of Networks
ISSN 1796-2056

Volume: 4;
Issue: 6;
Start page: 445;
Date: 2009;
Original page

Keywords: ITS | IVC | MANET | WSN | auto-configuration | infrastructure support | hybrid routing protocol | contextaware | localization | differential GPS

ABSTRACT
This paper describes a cooperative MANET protocol dedicated to intelligent transport systems, named CIVIC (Communication Inter Véhicule Intelligente et Coopérative). The CIVIC protocol is an auto-configuration inter-vehicle communication protocol, which supports adhoc and infrastructure networks, contains reactive and proactive routing components, and adapts different wireless standards. It is a context-aware protocol reacting to vehicle status, road traffic, and geographic environment. It supports location-based communication. To improve the accuracy of GPS, it integrates a localization solution called LCD-GPS (Low Cost Differential GPS). It has been implemented and experimented on the LiveNode sensor developed by our lab. At the end of this paper, an application project MobiPlus is introduced.
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