“VANET” System for Vehicular Security Applications
Saurabh Kumar Gaur1, S. K. Tyagi2, Pushpender Singh3

1Saurabh Kumar Gaur, Asst. Professor, Dept Of CSE, Loard Krishna College Of Engineering Ghaziabad, U.P,India.
2Dr.S.K.Tyagi,Hod. Dept Of CSE,Lord Krishna College Of Engineering Ghaziabad,U.P.,India.
3Pushpender Singh, Dept Of CSE, Swami Vivekanand University, Meerut, U.P.,India.
Manuscript received on January 01, 2013. | Revised Manuscript received on January 02, 2013. | Manuscript published on January 05, 2013. | PP: 279-282 | Volume-2, Issue-6, January 2013. | Retrieval Number: F1179112612/2013©BEIESP
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Abstract: Today the vehicular security and passenger safety is an alarming issue in the field of automobile industry. The technocrats of the companies are very much varied about this issue. Ad hoc network (VANETs) is becoming the mostsuitable solution for this purpose. It provides vehicle to vehicle connectivity. A vehicular Ad hoc network (VANETs) can be used as an alert system. By this we get the alert about the traffic jam. It helps to create balance in traffic load to reduce travelling time. This system is also useful to broadcast emergency signal to the driver of the vehicle behind the accident. It also helps to send message to ambulance and traffic police in the case of traffic emergency. In this paper, we take the position that VANETs would indeed turn out to be the networking platform that would support the future vehicular applications. We analyze the critical factors in deciding the networking framework over which the future vehicular Applications would be deployed. A reactive research effort is needed for making VANETs a reality in the near future.
Keywords: LPGs, VANETs, VANETs architecture, V2V.