Mar 10, 2012

Paper Presentation on Information Technology Applications in Transportation

Seminar Paper Presentations IEEE topics abstract on Information technology applications in Transportation Using Bluetooth and Sensor Networks for Intelligent Transportation Systems (Seminar Paper Presentations)
Abstract: State-of-the-art information technology has undergone an almost incomprehensible Transformation, analogous to the evolution from Morse code to e-mail. Although the rudimentary scope, goals, and objectives of the transportation community have not changed significantly, the challenges of technology today are greater than ever before. Within a generation, computers have transformed the everyday tasks of the workforce Computer use has infiltrated almost everywhere. Data management capabilities have greatly enhanced resource management. However, accompanying the positive effects are the challenges of implementing, supporting, and funding these technologies in the world of transportation. Narrowing the gap between cutting-edge technology and its applications, as well as identifying the missing links for applying technology in transportation will be the ongoing challenge. Safety of road travel can be increased if vehicles can be made to form groups for communicating data among themselves. The Bluetooth protocol can be used for inter-vehicle communication among vehicles equipped with Bluetooth devices. This paper presents a novel approach to increase the safety of road travel using the concepts of wireless sensor networks and the Bluetooth protocol. We discuss how vehicles can form mobile ad-hoc networks and exchange data sensed by the on-board sensors.
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