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Survey Paper | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 6 Issue 1, January 2017
Secure Vehicular Traffic Re-routing System using SCMS in Connected Cars
Prasad Mhatre | Manjushri Mahajan 
Abstract: The centralized system encounters two vital issues, the central server needs to perform genuine calculation and communication with the vehicles continuously, which can make such architecture infeasible for extensive zones with various vehicles, and driver security is not guaranteed since the drivers need to share their area furthermore the beginning stages and goal of their excursion with the server, which may keep the acknowledgment of such courses of action. To address these issues, a half and half vehicular rerouting structure is enlivened. The structure off-weights a tremendous part of the rerouting figuring at the vehicles, and therefore, the re-coordinating system gets the opportunity to be useful persistently. To settle on group rerouting decisions, the vehicles exchange messages over vehicular extraordinarily delegated frameworks. The system is hybrid since notwithstanding it uses a server to choose an exact overall point of view of the development more than 2G/3G affiliation. Likewise imperative is that the customer security is balanced with the rerouting ampleness. SCMS issues advanced endorsements to taking an interest vehicles for setting up trust among them, which is imperative for prosperity applications in perspective of vehicle-to vehicle correspondences. It underpins four principal use cases, to be particular, bootstrapping, endorsement provisioning, bad conduct reporting and renouncement. The principle outline goal is to give both security and insurance to the greatest degree sensible and possible. To fulfill the last specified, vehicles are issued pseudonym certificates, and the provisioning of those supports is partitioned among different affiliations. One of the essential challenges is to energize capable renouncement while giving insurance against attacks from insiders.
Keywords: Intelligent vehicles, VANET, SCMS, IOT, P2P Communication, Traffic Re-Routing
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 1, January 2017,
Pages: 815 - 819