Hansen, Klaus Marius8; Kristensen, Lars Michael1; Eskildsen, Toke3; Nielsen, Kenneth-Daniel4; Thorup, Rolf Ehrenreich5; Fridthjof, Jack4; Merrild, Ulrik6; Eskildsen, Jørn7
Harry Lahrmann, Per Homann Jespersen, Alex Landex, Otto Anker Nielsen, Tove Hels
1 Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Aarhus University, Aarhus University2 Department of Computer Science, Science and Technology, Aarhus University3 IT developer, Statsbiblioteket, Århus Universitet4 unknown5 Systematic6 Mjølner Informatics A/S7 Amfitech8 Department of Computer Science, Science and Technology, Aarhus University
New pervasive computing technologies for sensing and communication open up novel possibilities for enhancing traffic safety. We are currently designing and implementing the Ex Hoc infrastructure framework for communication among mobile and stationary units including vehicles. The infrastructure will connect sensing devices on vehicles with sensing devices on other vehicles and with stationary communication units placed alongside roads. The current application of Ex Hoc is to enable the collection and dissemination of information on road condition through LIfe Warning Systems (LIWAS) units.
Proceedings of Trafikdage 2004, 2004, p. 15-24
pervasive computing; traffic safety; ad hoc networks; LIWAS; Ex Hoc