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IoT Applications and Services for Connected and Autonomous Electric Vehicles

  • Binod VaidyaEmail author
  • Hussein T. Mouftah
Research Article - Special Issue - Intelligent Computing and Interdisciplinary Applications
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Abstract

Automotive/transportation sector is undergoing a phenomenal course of rapid, multifaceted change. This transformation is enabled by similar factors that are driving advancements in the Internet of Things including increased computing resources and ubiquitous connectivity. In near future, Connected and Autonomous Electric Vehicle (CAEV) will evolve in ways that will have a major impact on transportation infrastructure, automotive industries, as well as vehicle ownership. As the number of connected vehicles continues to grow, the conventional Vehicle Ad hoc Networks are now evolving as the Internet of Vehicle (IoV). The IoV may be referred as a platform that enables the exchange of information between the vehicle and its surroundings through various communication media. In case of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV), it may be referred to Internet of CAV. This paper presents the implementation of CAEV toward an automated driving, and testbeds of CAEV use cases including automated charging management services and CAEV taxi services. The preliminary analysis shows that the effectual implementation of the CAEV use cases.

Keywords

Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) Connected and Autonomous Electric Vehicle (CAEV) Internet of CAV (IoCAV) CAEV application and services 

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Acknowledgements

This research work is supported by Smart Grid Fund (SGF), Ministry of Energy, The Ontario Government and Canada Research Chair (CRC) Fund, Canada (Grant No. 129483).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceUniversity of OttawaOttawaCanada

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