Emergency Vehicles Communication by VANET

Supriya Bhosale, Ashwini Kale, Sunita Patil


Recently, VANET active in Intelligent Transport System
(ITS) for communication, for connecting moving vehicles each other
uses the network of Vehicular Ad-hoc (VANETs). Networks are
distributed, organizing by self. Communication mobile networks
created by moving vehicles, that are characterized by very high
mobility depends on speed of vehicle and degrees of freedom in
movements. VANETs are an powerful research area, Now research
being focused not only on providing potential applications for such
type of VANET networks, but also on providing services for
emergency vehicles . We vision architecture of a mobile for specific
vehicles likes fire service vans, ambulance, police patrols cars have
to be given a high priority in this versioned network architecture, as
their requirements are critical during emergency situations.
Previously we are used the traditional siren on emergency vehicle;
they could use radio communication or air communication to warn or
inform other vehicles and roadside traffic signals in network. We
use VANET architecture for an emergency vehicles communication.
In this architecture, vehicles uses the inter vehicles communication
and roadside infrastructure like traffic lights movements share
information to each other. In our system other vehicles in network
are warn of an approaching emergency vehicle. Vehicles in network
also receive the detail information or data about the emergency
vehicles and other routes information. By receiving information
timely and correct action taken is possible by the driver, by using
such application saves the valuable time and most important
valuable lives.

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