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V2V

(1) (Vision to Venture) See SXSW.

(2) (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) Also called a "vehicular ad hoc network" (VANET), V2V enables cars and trucks to communicate with each other in order to disseminate traffic information. Vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) augments a V2V network by enabling vehicles to communicate with terrestrial base stations. See telematics and ITS.
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c) 2008: USDOT conducted a proof-of-concept test to investigate the technical feasibility of V2V and V2I applications in Michigan and California test beds.
which explored the potential of using BLE to implement V2V applications [13] and where they also developed a mobile application for iOS devices to test the communication performance for single-hop scenarios [2].
Cadillac also pledges to make V2V an important part of its autonomous driving efforts.
free riders, impede information dissemination and reduce the connectedness of V2V networks for a variety of reasons, including low resources (e.
The bottom line: "Mandating V2V connectivity is stupid and a waste of time.
With V2V, the driver of car A would be safety-netted by his car.
And for V2V applications, such a system would need to scale to 200 million or more vehicles.
The US administration announced this month it was speeding up efforts to promote V2V in a push for better road safety and to help facilitate the self-driving cars which are on the horizon.
Over the last few years, we have witnessed many research efforts that have investigated various issues related to V2I, V2V, and V2R areas because of the crucial role they are expected to play in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSs).
Working in concert, V2V and V2I will deliver enhanced situational awareness to vehicle drivers on the roadway.
This is known as V2V or "vehicle to vehicle" communication.
925 GHz) available on the market, providing a single solution that supports the expansion of the Wi-Fi spectrum as well as V2V deployments.