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<month year> doc.: IEEE <doc#> Project: IEEE P Interest Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [Vehicle communication systems for Optical Camera Communication] Date Submitted: [January, 2018] Source: [Md. Tanvir Hossan, Mostafa Zaman Chowdhury, Md. Shahjalal, Moh. Khalid Hasan, and Yeong Min Jang] Company [Kookmin University] Address [Seoul, Korea] Voice:[ ], FAX: [ ], Re: [] Abstract: [Classification of vehicle communication system for optical camera communication] Purpose: [Report progress to WG] Notice: This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release: The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P <author>, <company>

2 IEEE 802.15 IG VAT Vehicle communication systems for Optical Camera Communication

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April 2013 doc.: IEEE <doc#> Introduction During any speed scenario of vehicle either high speed or low speed, autonomous vehicle has to communicate with other vehicles or with the other parts of the same vehicle. Vehicular communication will ensure road safety and improve traffic scenario. The total communication scenarios for optical camera communication (OCC) can classify into three sections as Inter-vehicle communications Intra-vehicle communications Roadside-vehicle communications Shoichi Kitazawa (ATR)

4 Classification of Vehicular Communication
April 2013 doc.: IEEE <doc#> Classification of Vehicular Communication Vehicle Communication system Inter-vehicle communications Host vehicle-to-single vehicle communication Host vehicle-to-multiple vehicles communication Intra-vehicle communications Road-side vehicle communications Vehicle-to-infrastructure communication Vehicle-to-pedestrian communication Shoichi Kitazawa (ATR)

5 Inter-Vehicle communications
April 2013 doc.: IEEE <doc#> Inter-Vehicle communications Vehicle communication manly based on inter-vehicular communication where a communication link from can be set-up by one (i.e., host vehicle) with another vehicle or more than one vehicle. In this cases, host vehicle share some emergency signals e.g., traffic congestion scenarios, current road condition, accident, other vehicle position information, and approach of other vehicles. It is basically classified in two categories Host vehicle to single vehicle communication Host vehicle to multiple vehicle communication Shoichi Kitazawa (ATR)

6 Intra-Vehicle communications
April 2013 doc.: IEEE <doc#> Intra-Vehicle communications This communication system discussing with the communication between chip-to-chip communication using optical band. Moreover, the range for wireless body area network and wireless personal area network can be added in this communication system. Therefore, according to the application field criterion, the communication range of 2 m ~ less than 5 m Shoichi Kitazawa (ATR)

7 Road-side Vehicle Communications
April 2013 doc.: IEEE <doc#> Road-side Vehicle Communications Communication between vehicle-to-vehicle is not the standalone solution for mitigating the chances of traffic congestions and provides road safety. The autonomous vehicle most likely to communicate with infrastructures (e.g., street lights, traffic signals, digital signage at the road side) as well as the pedestrian. Shoichi Kitazawa (ATR)

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April 2013 doc.: IEEE <doc#> Conclusion Optical wireless technologies has huge scope to deal with every communication cases for vehicular environment. It will provide secure, reliable, robust mechanism for vehicular communication. Shoichi Kitazawa (ATR)

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