Ph.D Guidance In VANET


Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANets) is becoming an emerging trend to meet the various demands in real time application. In these networks, vehicles communicate with each other and possibly with a roadside infrastructure to provide a long list of applications varying from transit safety to drive assistance and Internet access Most of the concerns of interest to mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) are of interest in VANETs, but the details differ. Rather than moving at random, vehicles tend to move in an organized fashion. The interactions with roadside equipment can likewise be characterized fairly accurately.

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Most vehicles are restricted in their range of motion. Such a network might poses safety concerns for example, one cannot safely type an email while driving. GPS and navigation systems might benefit, as they could be integrated with traffic reports to provide the fastest route to work. It was also promoted for free, VoIP services such as Google Talk or Skype between employees, lowering telecommunications costs. The future features of vehicular adhoc networks are taken into consideration by S-LOGIX with an angle to emphasize on emerging domains for real time applications.


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  • Research Proposal in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
  • Problem Identification in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
  • Research Methodology
  • Mathematical Model / Formulation
  • Literature Survey in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
  • System Design and Implementation
  • Performance Analysis and Results
  • Writing Services: Journal Papers, Synopsis and Thesis
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  • Ph.D – Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Application, Information Technology and Computer Networks
  • M.E/M.Tech/M.S – Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Application, Information Technology and Computer Networks.
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Related Area

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  • Vehicle–to–Vehicle Communication
  • Vehicle to Infrastructure Communications
  • Cellular Networks for Vehicular Networking
  • Cloud Computing for VANETs
  • Hybrid Networks for Next Generation VANETs
  • Smart City Environment for Vehicular Networks
  • Security in Service oriented VANET
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Security Issues and Defense Mechanisms in VANET
  • Safety Enhancement and Emergency Communications in VANET
  • Clustering and Key Distribution in Vehicular ad hoc network
  • Safety and Driver Assistance in VANETs
  • Authentication in VANET communications
  • Trust Management in VANET
  • Privacy Issues in VANETs
  • Location privacy in VANET
  • On joint privacy and trust management in VANET
  • Intrusion Detection System in VANET
  • Sybil Attack detection in VANET
  • Video Streaming in VANET
  • Routing Protocols for Smart City in VANETs
  • Secure routing in Vehicular ad hoc networks
  • Intelligent routing protocols in VANET
  • Opportunistic routing in VANET
  • Handover scheme in VANET
  • Bio-Inspired routing in VANET
  • Congestion Control, Mobility, and Scalability Issues in VANETs
  • Congestion avoidance in VANET
  • Energy Consumption and Related Issues
  • Data Dissemination in VANETs
  • QoS Support in VANET
  • Broadcast communication in VANET
  • Beaconing in VANET
  • Street-Centric routing in VANET
  • Pseudonym Management in VANET
  • Multipath routing VANET
  • Secure and QoS routing in VANET
  • Traffic Differentiation and Scheduling scheme in vehicular sensor network
  • ZigBee and VANET based System
  • Software defined network (SDN) in VANET
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Tools and Technologies

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  • NS2
  • C++
  • TCL
  • Java
  • AWK
  • NAM
  • Trace Graph
  • SUMO
  • MOVE
  • OSM
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