Enhancing Transport Safety through Wireless-Based CVHS

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  2. Simon Edwards
  3. Dr Gareth Evans
  4. Daniel Brennan
Author(s)Edwards SJF; Evans GD; Brennan D
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Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference NameIEEE Forum on Integrated and Sustainable Transportation Systems
Conference LocationVienna, Austria
Year of Conference2011
Date29 June - 1 July 2011
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Wireless technologies are likely to play a significant role in delivering future intelligence to the transport sector. Connected environments could be implemented to collect and process data from fixed and mobile networks to deliver a safe, sustainable and robust future transport system. In the road transport sector such connected environments are commonly termed Cooperative Vehicle Highway Systems (CVHS). This paper provides an overview of CVHS with a more detailed description of the contribution it can make to safety applications. Wireless communications technologies are described followed by a review of selected experiments from the EU-funded EMMA, TRACKSS and SAVE ME projects.