Talk:Intelligent vehicular ad-hoc network

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What is in the foreseeable future for this? Which auto-makers are experimenting with this technology, have they said anything on this topic? I know Honda was serious about their Lane-Assist technology, and this is something that isn't too far from that.

InVANET article[edit]

I merged two of the three paragraphs of the other article, this one

For both, mobile ad hoc and infrastructure-based communication with mobile nodes, solutions exist and are applied to vehicular environments. For adhoc routing, position-based routing has emerged as a promising candidate. Likewise, for nfrastructurebased communication with mobile hosts, such as cellular networks, Mobile IPv6 represents a wellknown solution for mobility support based on IP addressing and packet forwarding. For integration of Mobile IPv6 and ad hoc routing a number of technical problems need to be solved, including the efficient distribution of router advertisements, selection of Internet gateways, and movement detection of the mobile node.

seemed to duplicate (in different wording) subject matter already covered in this article. —Random832 15:11, 5 December 2007 (UTC)

How to clearify the hierarchy of the VANET?[edit]

When I first contact the concept of VANET, I was totally confused of the structure of the procotol. I've ever tried to understand it refer to the OSI medol, but after reading a lot of reference, the most important, in my opinion, part is the Routing and Data dissemination and the transmission problem which is also the popular study now. I an a new-comer in this field, and VANET is also my project, and I was confused to study which part of the VANET, most people are devoted to the routing protocol, for there has a lot of reference e.g. classic algorithm in network structure. Few people pay attention to the implementation of the application, which also include more fields. I have read some paper about cross-layer protocol which I think is the future of VANET because of the especiality. So I please to want some suggestion about my future work. Thanks for reading!

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