ThinkMind // VEHICULAR 2020, The Ninth International Conference on Advances in Vehicular Systems, Technologies and Applications
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Akimasa Suzuki, Iwate Prefectural University, Japan
Yuping He, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada
Parimala Thulasiraman, University of Manitoba, Canada
Event editions: - there are 10 editions.
Location: Porto, Portugal
Dates: from October 18, 2020 to October 22, 2020
Articles: there are 13 articles
Study on Multi-Users Interference in Vehicle to Vehicle Visible Light Communications
Emmanuel Plascencia, Oyunchimeg Shagdar, Luc Chassagne, and Hongyu Guan
keywords: Visible Light Communication (VLC); Multi-Users Interference (MUI), Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) communication; mathematical modeling, MATLAB
Simulation Evaluation of Cooperative Intersection Traversing Method for Connected Vehicles
Koki Higashiyama, Kenta Kimura, Habibullah Babakarkhail, and Kenya Sato
keywords: connected vehicle, cooperative automated driving, V2V communication, mixed traffic
Towards an Integrated In-vehicle Isolation and Resilience Framework for Connected Autonomous Vehicle
Khaled Mahbub, Mohammad Patwary, Antonio Nehme, Marc Lacoste, Sylvain Allio, and Yvan Rafflé
keywords: Isolation; Resilience; ECU; Monitoring; Trusted Execution Environment; AUTOSAR; Certification
Loss Performance of Intra-Vehicle Channels for Narrowband Signal Transmission
Mohd Nur Irfan Mohd Yusoff, Xiaohong Peng, and Jack Hydns
keywords: Intra-vehicle channel characteristics, path loss model, large-scale fading, small-scale fading, testbed.
A Multi-Agent Approach to Simulate Autonomous Traffic with Games: How to Transform GTA-SA/SA-MP in Your Simulation Platform
Sandro R. Dias, Rodrigo R. Novaes Jr., Pedro C. M. Ferreira, and Jônata N. Cirqueira
keywords: Autonomous vehicles; multi-agent system; game; VANET; IoT.
Implementation and Evaluation of Priority Processing by Controlling Transmission Interval Considering Traffic Environment in a Dynamic Map
Kohei Hosono, Akihiko Maki, Yosuke Watanabe, Hiroaki Takada, and Kenya Sato
keywords: ITS; Dynamic Map; Connected Vehicle; Automated Driving; Priority Processing; Load Balancing.
Secure Routine: A Routine-Based Algorithm for Drivers Identification
Davide Micale, Gianpiero Costantino, Ilaria Matteucci, Giuseppe Patanè, and Giampaolo Bella
keywords: driver identification; secure routine; machine learning; automotive
Revisiting Message Generation Strategies for Collective Perception in Connected and Automated Driving
Quentin Delooz, Andreas Festag, and Alexey Vinel
keywords: V2X; vehicular communications; collective perception; message generation.
Proposal of Guidance Method in Car Navigation System
Akimasa Suzuki, Yoshitoshi Murata, Nobuyoshi Sato, and Ikuya Soma
keywords: navigation; safety driving; guidance; instruction; perceptual distance.
Vibro-tactile Notification in Different Environments for Motorcyclists
Yuta Yamauchi and Akimasa Suzuki
keywords: vibro-tactile notifications; helmet actuators; vibration speakers;
Measurement Accuracy on Indoor Positioning System Using SS Ultrasonic Waves for Drone Applications
Tatsuki Okada and Akimasa Suzuki
keywords: Indoor Positioning System; SS Ultrasonic Waves; Downwash
Subjective Validity of Bicycle Simulators
Murad Shoman and Hocine Imine
keywords: Bicycle Simulator; Simulation; Subjective Validity
Driver Response to Gear Shifting System in Motion Cueing Driving Simulator
Navid Ghasemi, Claudio Lantieri, Andrea Simone, Valeria Vignali, Hocine Imine, and Roland Brémond
keywords: Motion Cueing; Driving Simulator; Driver Behaviour; Gear Shift Response; Vestibular Cues