Vol. 3 No. 1 (2023): Journal of Millimeterwave Communication, Optimization and Modelling

The Wireless Communication Between Vehicles : Exploring the Potential of V2V and V2X Communication for Improved Efficiency, Safety, and Sustainability: Wireless Communication Between (V2V)and (V2I,V2X)

Electrical and Electronics Engineering
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Published 01.08.2023


Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communication is a groundbreaking technology that promises to reshape transportation systems globally. This paper delves into the diverse applications of V2V communication, emphasizing its potential to enhance traffic efficiency, road safety, and environmental sustainability. By facilitating real-time information exchange between vehicles, V2V communication can aid in collision prevention, traffic flow optimization, and emission reduction, thereby fostering a more secure, efficient, and eco-friendly transportation landscape. The analysis presented in this paper encompasses the key components and benefits of V2V communication, along with an exploration of its far-reaching implications for the future of transportation, including the advancement of autonomous vehicles and the establishment of greener, more sustainable transport networks.

Keywords— Vehicle-to-Vehicle communication, V2V, traffic efficiency, road safety, traffic flow optimization, autonomous vehicles, sustainable transportation.



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