BT Technology Journal

, Volume 22, Issue 3, pp 73–83 | Cite as

Traffimatics — Intelligent Co-Operative Vehicle Highway Systems

  • G Bilchev
  • D Marston
  • N Hristov
  • E Peytchev
  • N Wall
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Abstract

This paper describes the vision of the Traffimatics project — the vision of the connected car. Traffimatics aims to develop the concept of intelligent co-operative vehicle highway systems, supporting a wide range of applications ranging from real-time traffic information and safety warnings to in-car entertainment and personal telematics. The project also investigates the possibilities of using vehicles to create a large-scale self-organising sensor and communications network enabling the intelligent co-operative vehicle highway systems vision. This paper looks into the state-of-the-art technologies that could enable the Traffimatics vision and also discusses market barriers and opportunities.

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© Kluwer Academic Publishers 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • G Bilchev
  • D Marston
  • N Hristov
  • E Peytchev
  • N Wall

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