Speaker: Pierpaolo Salvo, Date: 4th of March 2016, Time: 14:30, Room: DEI/D
Abstract. Floating Car Data (FCD) applications are based on the collection of geo-localized information updates that are issued by vehicles roaming in a given area. These data are an essential source for traffic information and are widely employed by Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). We present and examine a hybrid networking architecture and protocol that are used for the efficient execution of such a collection process. We employ a VANET-based multihop dissemination logic to spread control messages and elect designated nodes. Those nodes are exploited to report vehicular data via LTE communications. The performance behavior of the proposed protocol is evaluated through the consideration of two real urban scenarios. In comparing with performance bounds that characterize the performance behavior attained by state-of-theart hybrid integrated VANET and LTE mechanisms, we show our approach to offer a substantial reduction in the traffic load rates induced over the LTE cellular radio access system.
Biography. Pierpaolo Salvo received his M.Sc. degree in Communication Engineering in 2010, magna cum laude, and his Ph.D. degree in Information and Communication Engineering in 2014, both from the University of Rome “Sapienza”. From 2012 he works as researcher at the University of Rome “Sapienza” and his current research interests focus on Vehicular Networks and Cognitive Radio Networks. From April 2010 to March 2011, he worked in the CNIT laboratory of the University of Rome “Sapienza”, as the winner of the annual scholarship for graduates of the CNIT (National Interuniversity Consortium for Telecommunications) related to the project TERI (Telecommunication Research in Italy). From 2010 he is a teaching assistant for the classes: “Network Infrastructures”, Master degree in Communication Engineering – Artificial Intelligence and Robotics – Computer Engineering, “Telecommunications”, Bachelor degree in Computer Engineering, “Laboratory of Telematic Applications”, Master degree in Communication Engineering – Computer Engineering, “Sapienza” University of Rome.