Fog computing project on VANET
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Fog computing project on VANET

Project period

08/08/2019 - 09/13/2019




Fog computing project on VANET
Fog computing project on VANET

Fog computing is a model of decentralized computing infrastructure in which data, compute, storage and applications are distributed in the most logical, efficient place between the source of data and the cloud. Fog consists of visible cloud water droplets of ice crystals suspended in the air at or near the earth's surface it is very closer to the earth! And fog is not cloud, it is the intermediate between cloud and earth surface, similarly fog computing is the combination of cloud + internet of things. where the fog computing extends cloud computing and services to the edge of the network. In fog computing, devices communicate peer-to-peer to efficiency share /store data and take local decisions. Fog computing has direct correlation with IOT. It provides real time interaction.

The characteristics of Fog computing like low latency, location awareness and due to its real time applications they are considered as the appropriate platform for internet of things (IOT). Fog computing is a term for placing some processes and resources at the edge of the cloud, instead of establishing channels for cloud storage and utilization.  It provides Improved security of data as it stays close to the end user. Fog computing tackles an important problem in cloud computing, namely, reducing the need for bandwidth that is by not sending every bit of information over cloud channels, and instead aggregating it at certain access points. Fog computing also contributes more advantage compared to cloud computing in many ways. Fog computing goes around internet entirely by processing data locally.

Why: Problem statement

This project is being implemented in order to reduce road accidents.

How: Solution description

The main objective of vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) is to improve driver safety and tra?c e?ciency. Most of VANET applications are based on periodic exchange of safety messages between nearby vehicles and between vehicles and nearby road side communication units (e.g., tra?c lights, roadside lights etc.). This periodic communication generates huge amount of data that have typical storage, computation, and communication resources needs. In recent years, there have been huge developments in automotive industry, computing, and communication technologies. This has led Vehicular Cloud Computing (VCC) as a solution to satisfy the requirements of VANETs such as computing, storage, and networking resources.
Fog computing/edge computing is a standard that comprehends cloud computing and related services to the proximity of a network. Since VANET applications have special mobility, low latency, and location awareness requirement. Fog computing/edge computing plays a significant role in VANET applications and services. In this paper, we present real-time applications of VANET that can be implemented using fog computing.
Vehicular Ad-hoc networks (VANETs) are kinds of mobile Ad-hoc networks (MANETs), which consist of mobile vehicles with on-board units (OBUs) and roadside units (RSUs). With the rapid development of computation and communication technologies, peripheral or incremental changes in VANETs evolve into a revolution in process. Cloud computing as a solution has been deployed to satisfy vehicles in VANETs which are expected to require resources (such as computing, storage and networking). Recently, with special requirements of mobility, location awareness, and low latency, there has been growing interest in research into the role of fog computing in VANETs. The merging of fog computing with VANETs opens an area of possibilities for applications and services on the edge of the cloud computing. Fog computing deploys highly virtualized computing and communication facilities at the proximity of mobile vehicles in VANET. Mobile vehicles in VANET can also demand services of low-latency and short-distance local connections via fog computing. This paper presents the current state of the research and future perspectives of fog computing in VANETs. Moreover, we discuss the characteristics of fog computing and services based on fog computing platform provided for VANETs. In this paper, some opportunities for challenges and issues are mentioned, related techniques that need to be considered have been discussed in the context of fog computing in VANETs. Finally, we discuss about research directions of potential future work for fog computing in VANETs. Within this article, readers can have a more thorough understanding of fog computing for VANETs and the trends in this domain.

How is it different from competition

Data congestion occur if we do VANET project by using cloud computing technique.

so we do this project by using fog computing technique. 

Who are your customers

Used especially for driver safety.

Project Phases and Schedule

  • Design
  • Construction
  • Programming
  • Interfacing all the peripherals
  • Testing

Resources Required

PROCESSOR              :    PENTIUM IV
RAM                             :    512 MB
HARD DISK                 :    40 GB
FLOPPY DRIVE           :    1.44 MB
CD-ROM                      :    SAMSUNG 52X MAX

FRONT-END                      :    JAVA
BACK-END                         :    SQL SERVER



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