Improving Safety on Drivers for Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
Need for individualizing vehicular communications in order to improve safety for a highway scenario. Adapting a vehicular ad hoc network to both its individual driver’s characteristic and traffic conditions enables it to transmit in a smart manner to other vehicles. This radical improvement is now possible due to the progress that is being made in vehicular ad hoc networks (VANET). Packet success probability is derived for a chain of vehicles by taking multi-user interference, path loss, and fading into account. Then, by considering the delay constraints and types of potential collisions, we approximate the optimal channel access probabilities.