Communication Technologies for Vehicles: Third International Workshop, Nets4Cars/Nets4Trains 2011, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, March 23-24, 2011, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the joint refereed proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Communication Technologies for Vehicles, Nets4Cars 2011and the First International Workshop on Communication Technologies for Vehicles in the Railway Transportation, Nets4Trains 2011, held in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, in March 2011. The 7 full papers of the rail track and 12 full papers of the road track presented together with a keynote were carefully reviewed and selected from 13 and 21 submissions respectively. They provide an overview over the latest technologies and research in the field of intra- and inter-vehicle communication and present original research results in areas relating to communication prools and standards, mobility and traffic models, experimental and field operational testing, and performance analysis.

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Keynote

Requirements for Wireless Technology on Rolling Stock Uwe Kucharzyk 1

Rail Track

An Experimental Study of Multi-radio Platform Coexistence in the 5 GHz Band for Railway Applications Jorge Higuera Elli Kartsakli Carlos Collado José M. González-Arbesú Luis Alonso José Luis Valenzuela Andres Laya Enrique Flores Isabel Navarro Raquel Martínez Jesús Gonzalez José Hierro Adrian Vlad 11

Train Tracking and Shadowing Estimation Based on Received Signal Strength Hadi Noureddine Damien Castelain Ramesh Pyndiah 23

Delivering Broadband Internet Access for High Speed Trains Passengers Using an Innovative Network Mobility Solution Bernadette Villeforceix 34

Measurement and Analysis of the Direct Train to Train Propagation Channel in the 70 cm UHF-Band Andreas Lehner Cristina Rico García Thomas Strang Oliver Heirich 45

WiMaX'ble Pervasive Cloud - Empowering Next Generation Intelligent Railway Infrastructure Subrahmanya Venkata Radha Krishna Rao Vivek Diwanji 58

The MIH (Media Independent Handover) Contribution to Mobility Management in a Heterogeneous Railway Communication Context: A IEEE802.11/802.16 Case Study Marina Aguado Jasone Astorga Jon Matias Maider Huarte 69

Multiple Description Coding and Scalable Video Coding Combined with Multiple Input Multiple Output Techniques: Two Strategies to Enhance Train to wayside Video Transmissions in Tunnels Imade Fahd Eddine Fatani Yann Cocheril Crépin Nsiaia Marion Berbineau François-Xavier Coudoux Marie Zwingelstein-Colin Patrick Corlay 83

Road Track

VANET Architectures and Protocol Stacks: A Survey Sajjad Akbar Mohammad Asim Rasheed Amir Qayyum 95

Behavior Specification of a Red-Light Violation Warning Application - An Approach for Specifying Reactive Vehicle-2-X Communication Applications Sebastian Röglinger Christian Facchi 106

Wireless ProtocoI Design for a Cooperative Pedestrian Protection System Dirk Lill Manuel Schappacher Shohidul Islam Axel Sikora 119

A Vehicular Mobility Model Based on Real Traffic Counting Data Yoann Pigné Grégoire Danoy Pascal BoUvry 131

Driver-Centric VANET Simulation Pedro Gomes Cristina Olaverri-Monreal Michel Ferreira Luís Damas 143

Simulative Evaluation of the Potential of Car2X-Communication in Terms of Efficiency Benno Schweiger Philipp Ehnert Johann Schlichter 155

Perfonnance Study of an In-Car Switched Ethernet Network without Prioritization Hyung-Taek Lim Kay Weckemann Daniel Herrscher 165

Degradation of Communication Range in VANETs Caused by Interference 2.0 - Real-World Experiment Robert K. Schmidt Bernhard Kloiber Florian Schüttler Thomas Sterang 176

Real-World Measurements of Non-Line-Of-Sight Reception Quality for 5.9GHz IEEE 802.111' at Intersections Thomas Mangel Matthias Michl Oliver Klemp Hannes Hartenstein 189

Interoperability Testing Suite for C2X Communication Components Fabian de Ponte Müller Juan María Reveriego Sierra Bernhard Kloiber Matthias Röckl Thomas Strang 203

Towards Standardization of In-Cal Sensors Zubair Nabi Atif Alvi Rashid Mehmood 216

Secure Automotive On-Board Protocols: A Case of Over-the-Air Firmware Updates Muhammad Sabir Idrees Hendrik Schweppe Yues Roudier Marko Wolf Dirk Scheuermann Olaf Hennzger 224

Author Index 239

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