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Baltimore, September 2007: VANET Challenges and Future Directions

   

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Running Head: VEHICULA AD-HOC NETWORKVehicular Ad-Hoc Network: Current Challenges, and Future Perspective
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VEHICULA AD-HOC NETWORK 1Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2Background......................................................................................................................................2Problem in the Study.......................................................................................................................3Possible Security Attacks on VANET.........................................................................................3Challenges in terms of Network among vehicles........................................................................4Required security elements for VANET......................................................................................5Future Research and Prospective.....................................................................................................5Possible solution to deploy VANET............................................................................................6Live Cases of VANET’s deployment..........................................................................................6Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................6References........................................................................................................................................6
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VEHICULA AD-HOC NETWORK 2AbstractThe emergence of Vehicular Ad Hoc Network has witnessed increased curiosity among the enthusiast as well as the vehicle industries towards bringing this technology on the ground and for the common masses. However, the studies have helped understand that this technology is laden with multiple challenges that need to be sorted before it can be considered feasible for implementation on larger scale. The current paper assessed the current challenges and future perspectives associated with the Vehicular Ad-Hoc Network or VANET. The study helped identified few challenges basically in two categories, namely, security attacks, and network management. Some of the security attacks are denial or service attack, dropping selected packet of information on the network to create chaos or for traffic congestion, and others. Some of the network based challenges are managing data authentication, vehicle speed and interaction with nearby vehicles, and others. Some of the suggested solutions are associated with implementing encryption for message transfer, identification of attackers after the attack, public key for vehicles and others. Despite these minor solutions, it can be stated that the challenges in this development is substantial and more need to be done to ensure that the rubber hits the tire on time.
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VEHICULA AD-HOC NETWORK 3IntroductionWith the increase in the technological advancements and the decrease in the costs of electronic components, the manufacturers have oriented towards introducing new things in their vehicles. One such component is the Vehicular Ad-hoc Network (VANet). Now the manufacturers are moving faster towards building vehicles that can communicate with each other on the road and become automated or, in other word, driver less (Raya & Hubaux, 2005). Various initiatives are being taken to consider the introduction of VANET based vehicles for the actual passengers. However, it has been observed that this technology is facing multiple challenges in terms of security. These security challenges are making the instant application of this technology less plausible (Junyuan et al, 2007). The vehicular communication brings huge opportunity in terms of increase in the safety, reduction in traffic, reduction in the road accidents,and others (Harsch et al, 2007). The current paper is concerned with investigating the various aspects associated with the vehicular ad-hoc network to understand whether the system can be implemented for the general public. Moreover, the focus will be to gain brief understanding of this technology along with the various security challenges posed by it.The paper has been divided into three key sections. The first is the background, where the focus would be to understand the technology in brief and the need for the study. The second section is focused on understanding the problems associated with the security aspects of VANET. The third section is concerned with understanding whether there are ways to handle the security challenges and make the system implementable for the masses.
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