dedicated short-range communication

dedicated short-range communication

(DSRC): see radio-frequency identificationradio-frequency identification
(RFID), a technology that uses radio waves to transmit data and uniquely identify an animal, person, or thing. An RFID system typically consists of a tag and a reader.
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One the consolidation of the two tollways is completed in 2016, SCTEx will implement NLEx's advanced toll collection system, which uses dedicated short-range communication tags, as well as contactless and magnetic cards.
MARK IV IVHS produces dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) devices used by highway, toll, turnpike, tunnel and bridge authorities.
The units will have to be able to cope with dedicated short-range communication (DSRC), satellite systems such as the EU's incoming Galileo system, real-time compliance-checking, and " localisation augmentation" technology--pinpointing where a vehicle is at a given point.
Toyota are developing Dedicated Short-Range Communication (DSRC) to enable high-speed exchanges of information between vehicle and road.
However, she outlined several technical and policy challenges that Congress and the Federal government needed to address, including most notably, dedicated short-range communication.
Using dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) technology cars can communicate with each other and roadside infrastructure to notify drivers of potential hazards.
Purchase of On-Board Equipment (OBE) to be used for Electronic Fee Collection (EFC) based on dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) 5.
The traffic signals, located adjacent to the GM Warren Technical Center campus at the intersections of 12 Mile and 13 Mile roads, were able to send real-time data using Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) protocol to the development vehicles, which alerted the drivers of a potential red-light violation at current speed.
All cars carrying support for V2V will be equipped with Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) equipment, and this entire setup, as exhibited in the new 2017 CTS, can also inform drivers when other connected cars apply sudden brakes to dodge obstacles, break down and halt in the middle of road, or even when roads ahead are slippery by synchronising with traction and ABS data from cars ahead.
The ETC technologies are generally segmented into radio frequency identification (RFID), dedicated short-range communications (DRSC), video analytics, and global navigation satellite system (GNSS).
The system is based on dedicated short-range communications transmitters built into vehicles, allowing traveling speed to be relayed to highway infrastructure.
As intersections approach, a dedicated short-range communications is used by the cars to quickly exchange information on their number and their direction of travel, New Scientist reported.

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