: Received: 1 December 2018 / Approved: 3 December 2018 / Online: 3 December 2018 (14:22:19 CET)
: Received: 4 December 2018 / Approved: 5 December 2018 / Online: 5 December 2018 (12:26:50 CET)
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Vladyko, A.; Khakimov, A.; Muthanna, A.; Ateya, A.A..; Koucheryavy, A. Distributed Edge Computing to Assist Ultra Low Latency VANET Applications. Preprints2018, 2018120029
Vladyko, A.; Khakimov, A.; Muthanna, A.; Ateya, A.A..; Koucheryavy, A. Distributed Edge Computing to Assist Ultra Low Latency VANET Applications. Preprints 2018, 2018120029
VANET networks are a class of peer-to-peer wireless networks that are used to organize communication between cars (V2V), cars and infrastructure (V2I) and between cars and other types of nodes (V2X). These networks are based on the DSRC, 802.11 standards and are mainly intended for organizing the exchange of various types of messages, mainly emergency ones, to prevent road accidents or alert when road accident occur, or control the priority of the driveway. Initially it was assumed that cars would only interact with each other, but later, with the advent of the concept of Internet of things (IoT). Researchers began to analyze connectivity with other devices, which in general will allow to combine various road users and other devices that can used in the creation of intelligent transport infrastructure in a single smart city management system. Infrastructure is necessary for the provision of services, monitoring and management of the VANET network. As infrastructure objects it is proposed to use stationary objects of Roadside unit (RSU). The aim of this paper is to analyze the use of mobile edge computing to decrease the load to the base station and latency between RSU clouds and provide a real experiment using software defined networking and mobile edge computing for RSU.
VANET; software-defined networking; mobile edge computing
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