V2V


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AcronymDefinition
V2VVirtual to Virtual (operating system migration)
V2VVehicle to Vehicle
V2VVehicle-To-Vehicle (communication)
V2VVendor to Vendor
V2VVideo-To-Video
V2VVienna to Venice
V2VVerilog to VHDL (VHSIC (Very High Speed Integrated Circuits) Hardware Description Language; command line tools)
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In addition, theoretical methods are not flexible enough to deal with complex traffic environments like V2V communication [8].
Empirical investigations have further shown that the signal fading induced by V2V channels is more severe than the one produced by F2M channels [13], which is typically modeled by Rayleigh or Rice distributions.
Because of the limitations of credit-based schemes [7-9], including lack of scalability, centralization, and the need for tamperproof hardware, which means that they are not suitable for use in V2V networks, we concentrate on reputation-based schemes.
The vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology will allow Volvo cars to connect and warn drivers of nearby slippery road conditions and hazards via a cloud-based network.
A general cooperative MIMO V2V communication model is presented in two-dimension multi-path scattering scenario as shown in Fig.
In this study different technologies (V2H, V2V and V2G) for bidirectional power flow and control of EVs charging and discharging cycles are considered.
V2V, V2I, and V2X are implemented by dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) devices.
Peng says that cars equipped with vehicle-to-infrastructure capabilities "give you day-one benefits." He explains, "If I buy a car with V2V today in the U.S., there is only one, the Cadillac CTS, that has it." In other words, the 2017 CTS can talk with other 2017 CTSes.
"Connecting vehicles is at the top of our agenda and with more than 20 years of competence in the development of telematics and over 30 million units shipped, and years of V2V safety product development culminating in available V2V communications offerings, we are ready to fully exploit the potential of cellular connectivity to provide advanced vehicle functionalities.
The chips this technology uses are not only faster, but they are also less expensive than the ones employed in current V2V systems.
The investment will be used to increase engineering staff, add features to the award-winning Aerolink[R] V2V security software, and develop new trusted computing products to complement its industry-leading TrustSentinel TSS 2.0 product.
Among all of the technologies in an ITS, vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) wireless communication is an important part of the vehicle networking system.