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Intelligent Transportation Architecture for Enhanced Security and Integrity in Vehicles Integrated Internet of Things

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  • Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Chandigarh Engineering College, Landran, Sector 112, Greater Mohali – 140307, Punjab, India

Abstract


Objectives: To devise and simulate an effective and novel approach for intelligent transportation architecture with higher security and integrity in vehicles integrated Internet of things. Methods/Statistical Analysis: Dynamic Clustering Enabled Secured IoT method is used to enhance the security and integrity in vehicles integrated IoT. The dynamic formation of a simulated environment is implemented so that the movement of vehicles on road can be monitored. Findings: The proposed intelligent transportation architecture is effective in terms of higher security and integrity with very less complexity and cost factors. The overall vehicular network is secured using proposed novel architecture. Application/Improvements: The integration of satellite and base station based real time monitoring in association with road side units are making the overall network more secured which reduces the collisions.

Keywords

Intelligent Transportation Architecture, Internet of Things, Pervasive Computing, Security and Integrity in Vehicles.

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