Eco-driving System Using Dedicated Short Range Communication

Eco-driving plays a significant role in reducing greenhouse gas that causes global warming and air pollution.  In this work, we introduce a field test of eco-driving system using dedicated short range communication (DSRC). The primary objective is to reduce the fuel consumption at an intersection. To this end, a vehicle receives the signal information and the coordinates of a roadside unit (RSU) via infrastructure-to-vehicle (I2V) communication and determines its speed based on the received information.

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People:

  • Byungjin Ko(byungjin.ko@dgist.ac.kr)
  • Byungkyu “Brian” Park (bpark@virginia.edu )
  • Haengju Lee (haengjulee @dgist.ac.kr)
  • Sang H. Son (son@dgist.ac.kr)

Reference:

Byungjin Ko, Byungkyu Brian Park, Haengju Lee, Sang Hyuk Son, “Poster Abstract: Eco-driving System Using Dedicated Short Range Communication”, IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications (RTCSA), Daegu, Korea, Aug 2016.