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Is the VANET technology in use somewhere? Why this technology not becoming popular?

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Is the VANET technology in use somewhere? Why this technology not becoming popular?
posted Nov 14, 2017 by Shilpy Agrawal

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May be with Police department but long way to go. VANET that uses moving cars as nodes in a network to create a mobile network where every participating car is a wireless router (or) a node. It has many advantages but some disadvantages beyond the security issues lile
1. Flooding in route discovery initial phase.
2. Wasted band width.
3. Delay.
4. Increasing network congestion.
5. External sources for destination location.
6. Bad performances for long distance between sources and destination.

However the above disadantage is not the reason of poor adaption its a capital intensive and technology is still in the infant stage which has to solve the issues of high mobility/handovers and complex road layout. And once the ecosystem is there for adaption along with the unit cost advantage over and above the current technologies then it will see a traction...

answer Nov 15, 2017 by Salil Agrawal
thank you so much sir. You r always a great help. Please help me to find answer of this question too: "Is it possible to make internet of Vehicles (IoV) similar to Internet of Things (IoT) ? How ?
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