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Improving Throughput and Energy Efficiency in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks using Internet of Vehicles and Mobile Femto Access Points
Published in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Volume: 2019-October
Pages: 1270 - 1274
In the near future, one of the promising concepts which are going to change undoubtedly the whole automobile industry, vehicular networking, software industry, IT manufacturing industry, Industry, transportation sector, service provider, etc. is the Internet of Vehicles (IoV). It can have the capability to boost innovation in smart city applications(like intelligent transportation, smart health-care, smart environment etc). The IoV is a dynamic network system which allows data sharing between different entities like vehicles, their surrounding RSUs (Roadside Units), infrastructures, sensors, mobile devices, clouds, etc. It opened new opportunities in different services and applications to enhance road conditions, driver/passenger safety, transportation issues, non-safety applications, etc. However, ensuring Efficiency and security is one of the main challenges in an IoV scenario. In this paper, we introduce the new effective and efficient architecture for the next generation vehicular technologies for identify the inappropriateness of most existing work, and address the challenging issues of secure and efficient packet forwarding and energy efficient by proposing new effective and efficient scheme for VANETs using Internet of Vehicles and Mobile Femto Access Points. © 2019 IEEE.
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