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802.11p

An IEEE working group that is extending the 802.11 standard to automobiles. As part of a dedicated short range communications (DSRC) system, 802.11p operates in the 5.9 GHz band and deals with roaming from cell to cell in a fast-moving vehicle. See DSRC.
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This will be spearheaded by producing the first automotive-qualified IEEE 802.
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The operative objectives will be to:- Analyse stakeholder s needs incorporating them in the specification of the transport services delivered by the platform;- Identify transport open data sources of information and harmonizing this data to be used as real-time information;- Define and implement and fully distributed global architecture to enable cooperative sensing in ITS;- Leverage the information gathered from vehicular communications, GNSS and open data by means of artificial intelligence techniques;- Develop hybrid networks, supporting 802.
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