AffiliationCyber Security Research Group, College of Engineering and Technology, University of Derby, UK
JMA Wireless, Liverpool, NY 13088, USA
Institute of Information Systems, Innopolis University, 420500 Innopolis, Russia
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Ghardaia, Ghardaia 4700, Algeria
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AbstractVehicular sensor networks (VSN) provide a new paradigm for transportation technology and demonstrate massive potential to improve the transportation environment due to the unlimited power supply of the vehicles and resulting minimum energy constraints. This special issue is focused on the recent developments within the vehicular networks and vehicular sensor networks domain. The papers included in this Special Issue (SI) provide useful insights to the implementation, modelling, and integration of novel technologies, including blockchain, named data networking, and 5G, to name a few, within vehicular networks and VSN.
CitationKurugollu, F., Ahmed, S., Hussain, R., Ahmad, F. and Kerrache, C., (2020). 'Vehicular sensor networks: Applications, advances and challenges'. Sensors, 20(13), pp. 1-4.
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