ENHANCED VANET ROUTING PROTOCOLS FOR DYNAMIC MAPPING IN REAL TIME TRAFFIC
Wang Haoxiang, S. Smys
The developments in the means of transportation along with the communication advancements has made
the automotives to step into its next level of innovation by providing a safe, convenient and well-timed
transportation. This is made possible by the introduction of the frame work that is particularly designed to establish
connectivity between vehicles on road without any previous structure to support with. This paradigm formed
particularly in organizing communication between vehicles is the vehicular Adhoc network (VANET) that causes a
vehicles to vehicle connection for proper managing of the traffic flow to make the travel more safe and comfortable.
The paper proposes a dynamic mapping of real time traffic with the acquisition of digital map by crowd mapping
with clustering to offer path optimization to minimize the delay in the responses, for having an efficient traffic
managing. The evaluation of the proposed methodology ensures the minimization of the delay in the communication
and the improved delivery ratio incurred, when compared with the carry-forward based routings methods that cause
more delay resulting in imperfect traffic management.