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klingler2018agriculture


Florian Klingler, Johannes Blobel and Falko Dressler, "Agriculture meets IEEE 802.11p: A Feasibility Study," Proceedings of 15th IEEE International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS 2018), Lisbon, Portugal, August 2018.

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Recent trends towards autonomous driving are com- plemented by vehicular networking solutions, leading to what we now call cooperative autonomous driving systems. This trend is quite visible to the public in the automotive domain; however, only few know about the massive technological progress in the agricultural world. Here, autonomous driving, i.e., automated harvesting, etc, is already standard and early approaches to cooperative maneuvers have been brought to market already. The open question is how to internetwork all heavy machinery. We address exactly this issue and study the feasibility of wireless communication protocol stacks, in particular IEEE 802.11p, developed for use on the road – now for in-field operation. We performed an extensive measurement study, which brings up several quite interesting findings that need to be taken care of when adopting these protocol stacks to agricultural applications.

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Florian Klingler
Johannes Blobel
Falko Dressler

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@inproceedings{klingler2018agriculture,
    author = {Klingler, Florian and Blobel, Johannes and Dressler, Falko},
    title = {{Agriculture meets IEEE 802.11p: A Feasibility Study}},
    booktitle = {15th IEEE International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS 2018)},
    year = {2018},
    month = {August},
    address = {Lisbon, Portugal},
    publisher = {IEEE},
   }
   
   

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