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Procedia Computer Science
This paper describes the design, implementation, and testing of an ITS-G5 prototype Road hazard Signaling (RHS) system that is inspired by the concept of crowdsourcing. Our approach enables drivers to interact with a touchscreen onboard interface to send ITS-G5 decentralized environmental notification messages (DENM) in order to warn nearby vehicles against the presence of a hazardous situation. These messages are analyzed, filtered for relevance, and presented to concerned drivers via the Onboard Units (OBUs) so that precautionary measures can be taken. We describe the design and implementation aspects of the proposed system and update the open source cargeo6 implementation of the ITS GeoNetworking protocol stack. We successfully implemented and validated the prototype system using an indoor testbed and carried various performance analysis experiments.
Intelligent transportation systems, Road hazard signaling, Road safety, V2V applications, Cooperative systems, Enabling technologies
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Outay, Fatma; Kamoun, Faouzi; Chemek, Anouar; Bargaoui, Hichem; and Yasar, Ansar, "On the design and implementation of an on-board test bed system for V2V road hazard signaling" (2022). All Works. 5298.
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