IoT Technologies for Connected and Automated Driving Applications

Ovidiu Vermesan, Roy Bahr, Mariano Falcitelli, Jos den Ouden

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Abstract

The applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies connect multiple devices directly and through the Internet. Autonomous vehicles utilise connectivity when updating their algorithms based on user data, interact with the infrastructure to get environmental information, communicate with other vehicles. They exchange information with pedestrians using mobile devices and wearables and provide information about the traffic attributes and data collected by the vehicle sensors. The connected and automated vehicles (CAV) require a significant quantity of collecting and processing data and through IoT applications and services the autonomous vehicles share information about the road, the present path, traffic, and how to navigate around different obstacles. This information can be shared between IoT connected vehicles and uploaded wirelessly to the cloud or/and edge system to be analysed and operated improving the levels of automation and the autonomous driving (AD) functions of each vehicle. This chapter gives an overview of the integration of IoT devices contributing to automated/autonomous driving, and the IoT infrastructure deployed and seamlessly integrated into the AUTOPILOT project use cases and pilot demonstrators, including the IoT platforms integration.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternet of Things - The Call of the Edge
Subtitle of host publicationEverything Intelligent Everywhere
PublisherRiver Publishers
Chapter6
Pages255-306
Number of pages52
ISBN (Electronic)978-87-7022-195-5
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Bibliographical note

alle auteurs van dit hoofdstuk : Ovidiu Vermesan, Roy Bahr, Mariano Falcitelli, Daniele Brevi, Ilaria Bosi, Anton Dekusar, Alexander Velizhev, Mahdi Ben Alaya, Carlotta Firmani, Jean-Francois Simeon, Louis Touko Tcheumadjeu, Gürkan Solmaz, Francesco Bisconti, Luca Di Mauro, Sandro Noto, Paolo Pagano, Enrico Ferrera, Guido Alejandro Gavilanes Castillo, Edoardo Bonetto, Vincenzo Di Massa, Xurxo Legaspi, Marcos Cabeza, Diego Bernardez, Francisco Sanchez, Robert Kaul, Bram Van den Ende, Antoine Schmeitz, Johan Scholliers, Georgios Karagiannis, Jos den Ouden, Sven Jansen, Hervé Marcasuzaa and Floriane Schreiner.

Opgenomen zijn de eerste 3 + TU/e medewerker Jos den Ouden

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