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By: Chanchal Kumar

USN-3RB05EC032

Under the guidance of


Mr. Sanjeev Gogga
Lecturer, Dept. of E&CE
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CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
2. I-WAY ARCHITECTURE
3. TECHNOLOGY USED
4. VISION ON CVIS IN 2015
5. INTELLIGENT VEHICLE SAFETY APPLICATIONS
6. BENEFITS
7. CONCLUSION
8. REFERENCES

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INTRODUCTION
WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
COOPERATIVE COMMUNICATION
ESTIMATES
WHY IN DEMAND?

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DEFINITIONS
I-WAY
New automotive safety system
Intelligent Cooperative Vehicle-Infrastructure System
(CVIS)
Intelligent Transport System (ITS)

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a. PEER-TO-PEER
Network

• No Login Authentication
• No Concept Of Servers
• Don’t Have Centralized Control

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TECHNOLOGY USED CONTD..

b. WIRELESS AT WHEEL
 Range- 100 to 300 Mts.
 Driver downloads information .
 Radio Protocol
-Digital Short Range Communication(DSRC) combined with
Wireless LAN at 5.9 GHz.
-Not subject to memory, process and storage.

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TECHNOLOGY USED CONTD..
c. TECHNOLOGY BEHIND ITS
 Satellite location (GPS).
 Mobile telephony.
 Wireless network.
d. DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM
e. IN-VEHICLE DRIVER ASSISTANCE AND WARNING
TECHNOLOGIES
 Lane departure warning.
 Adaptive cruise control.
 Blind spot warning.

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I-WAY ARCHITECTURE
a. In-vehicle subsystems consist of five modules
The vehicle sensing module.
The data acquisition module
The situation assessment module
The communication module
The mobile interfaces of the vehicle
b. The External Transport System
Roadside equipment
Road Management System

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PREDICTED POSITION OF
VEHICLES
• If 10 Hz GPS receivers are used, then the vehicles can
exchange position information once every 100ms.
• Between two successive GPS readings the vehicles can
exchange their other dynamic information 10 times.
• After a new GPS reading is obtained, a vehicle can predict
(using speed, acceleration and direction, etc.) the next
positions of the neighboring object vehicles, every 10
msec.

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OUR PROPOSED
ARCHITECTURE
• In our architecture, a vehicle collects data from the
GPS receiver, electronic compass, accelerometer,
speed sensor, etc., and then exchanges that set of
data with other neighboring vehicles in order to
warn drivers about impending collisions.
• The successful operation of a Collision
Warning/Avoidance system will depend on how
accurately the distance between vehicles can be
measured and how fast the set of data can be
exchanged among the vehicles

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Vision based on CVIS in 2015
Information and support for the driver Interactive merging support

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Vision based on CVIS in 2015
Local traffic management using in-car Integration of local and network
and infrastructure based systems traffic management

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Intelligent Vehicle Safety Applications
Enabled by DSRC
Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC)
Safety- application :
a) Intersection Collision Avoidance
Traffic Signal Violation Warning
Stop Sign Violation Warning 
Left Turn Assistant
Stop Sign Movement Assistance
Intersection Collision Warning

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Intelligent Vehicle Safety Applications
Enabled by DSRC (contd….)
b) Public Safety
Approaching Emergency Vehicle Warning
Emergency Vehicle Signal Preemption
SOS Services
Post-Crash Warning
c) Sign Extension
In-Vehicle Signage
Curve Speed Warning
Wrong Way Driver Warning
d)Vehicle Diagnostics and Maintenance
Safety Recall Notice
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Intelligent Vehicle Safety Applications
Enabled by DSRC (contd….)
e) Information from Other Vehicles
Cooperative Forward Collision Warning
Vehicle-Based Road Condition Warning
Emergency Electronic Brake Lights
f) Lane Change Warning
Blind Spot Warning
Visibility Enhancer
Cooperative Collision Warning

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Intelligent Vehicle Safety Applications
Enabled by DSRC (contd….)
Non-Safety Applications
a) Traffic Management
Intelligent On-Ramp Metering
Intelligent Traffic Flow Control
b) Tolling
Free-Flow Tolling
c) Information from Other Vehicles
Cooperative Glare Reduction
GPS Correction
Enhanced Route Guidance and Navigation

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BENEFITS
increase safety in road transport
improve traffic management control
make voyages more friendly and comfortable
make transport more efficient and effective
Low maintenance and easy to install
DISADVANTAGES
Costly to setup the CVIS system
Need large initial infrastructure

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CONCLUSION
 Intelligent Transport Systems aim to tackle the problems of road
safety and congestion.
 Various safety systems exist that warn of hazards or that
automatically intervene to assist the driver.
 Safety systems need to be carefully implemented to avoid giving the
driver too much or too little to do.
 Congestion could be reduced by road charging, and by better
network management and information provision.
 Road charges could reflect the costs of congestion and pollution.
 Integrating different systems could reduce costs.
 Development of new automotive systems.

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REFERENCES
[1]
http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/intelligent
 
[2]
http://cordis.europ.eu/ittresult/index.cfm/section/news/tpl/a
 
[3] http://www.iway-project.eu/
 
[4] http://iway-project.eu/architecture
 

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