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O.A. Orozco and G. Llano Ramirez, "OSA: A VANET application focused in energy efficiency," Proceedings of IEEE Colombian Conference on Communications and Computing (COLCOM 2014), Bogotá, Colombia, June 2014.


With the growth in the number of vehicles moving through the streets, high vehicular flow has become a mobility and institutions, public health problem for governmental and people since time of travel, gasoline consumption, and greenhouse gas [GHG] emissions have suffered an important increase. Hereby, policies and actions are required to reduce the impact of this increase. In this context, we have developed an application for the simulation of Vehicular Ad hoc Networks [VANET] using two software applications: SUMO and usage, OMNeT++. The application we developed optimizes fuel and reduces GHG emissions; showing that vehicles following a preset speed (previously studied), gasoline consumption and speed., GHG emissions present a considerable decrease compared to vehicles not running at that

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O.A. Orozco
G. Llano Ramirez

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    address = {Bogot{\'{a}}, Colombia},
    author = {Orozco, O.A. and Llano Ramirez, G.},
    booktitle = {IEEE Colombian Conference on Communications and Computing (COLCOM 2014)},
    doi = {10.1109/ColComCon.2014.6860398},
    month = {6},
    publisher = {Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers},
    title = {{OSA: A VANET application focused in energy efficiency}},
    year = {2014},

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