The fast-growing connected smart vehicles are one of the technological evolvements of Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANETs). Cloud computing, fog computing, Software Defined Network (SDN), and the Internet of Things (IoT) with VANETs opens an area of possibilities for applications and services on the edge of cloud computing. However, unreliable connectivity and high latency of data transmission between vehicles in a vehicular cloud are still two of the most common issues of VANET. This research aims to revolve around connected vehicle issues in VANET and approaches to mitigate them. We introduce a framework for VANET to minimize connectivity and latency issues for moving Internet of Vehicles (IoV) in the traditional VANET architecture by using the fog controller and SDN. A use case called Fast Accident Message Passing (FAMP) is being evaluated as a performance analysis mechanism of the framework, and the findings lead to a better framework for connected vehicles.
Whaiduzzaman, Md; Ismail Sumi, Anjum; Barros, Alistair; Shahriare Satu, Md.; and Hossain, Md. Razon, "Towards Latency Aware Emerging Technology for Internet of Vehicles" (2021). PACIS 2021 Proceedings. 208.
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