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schettler2019heterogeneous


Max Schettler, "Heterogeneous Communication in Cooperative Driving Applications," Proceedings of International Conference on Networked Systems (NetSys 2019), PhD Forum, Munich, Germany, March 2019.

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Cooperative driving applications like platooning and cooperative Intersection Collision Avoidance (ICA) conceived to tackle problems associated with modern traffic, like congested roads, traffic accidents, and inconvenience for the driver. Platooning in particular has been researched in detail, since it's introduction can already provide benefits at low market penetration rates. However, guaranteeing safety in platooning and other cooperative driving applications is still a challenge, due to the susceptibility of the communication methods to large vehicle densities and deliberate attacks on the network. During my PhD project I want to research how heterogeneous communication can be leveraged to tackle these problems. I will investigate how multiple communication protocols can be combined, such that cooperative driving applications can work more reliably and efficiently. In the end I aim to have explored different strategies using heterogeneous communication, and how these can be employed to develop protocols that enable reliable and safe cooperative driving.

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@inproceedings{schettler2019heterogeneous,
    address = {Munich, Germany},
    author = {Schettler, Max},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Networked Systems (NetSys 2019), PhD Forum},
    month = {3},
    title = {{Heterogeneous Communication in Cooperative Driving Applications}},
    year = {2019},
   }
   
   

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