Employing a UAV Unit for the Data Dissemination Protocol in Vanet

Authors : A.H. Abdul Kather; P.Anitha

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 8 - August

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7067682

Vehicular Ad hoc Network (VANET) has newly become one of the extremely active research areas for wireless networking. Then VANET is a multi-hop wireless network with very high mobility and intermittent connection generation, it is important to efficiently handle the data dissemination issue in this rapidly altering environment. The researchers in remaining proposes a Real-Time Traffic-Aware Data Gathering Protocol (TDG) where the dynamic segmentation switching is assumed to handle the communication limitations. TDG is lightweight and dynamically designed for collecting and forwarding datapackets created on current and rapid evolving traffic conditions. However, the remaining implementation may not fit into such a highly dynamic environment since the nodes in thenetwork must often achieve rerouting due to their discrepancy of connectivity. In this project, by employing UAVs as flying relays with data caching capability in VANETs, we design an improved UAV-aided data disseminationprotocol. In addition, the drivers in the vehicles may want to acquire some data, but they do not know the address/location of such data storage. Hence, the named data networking (NDN) approach might be more desirable here. The NDN architecture is proposed for the future Internet, which emphases on the delivering mechanism based on the message contents in its place of relying on the host addresses of the data. In this project, a new protocol named Roadside Unit Assisted of Named Data Network or RA-NDN is presented. The Roadside Unit (RSU) can operate as a standalone node (SA-RSU). One benefit of organizing SA- RSUs is the enhanced network connectivity

Keywords : VANET, TDG, NDN, RSU, ITS


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