Many Driver Support Systems in future vehicles will rely on wireless communication. This wireless communication can be divided into two categories: Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I). V2V is often used for vehicles to exchange information of a local nature, e.g. co-operative following or collision avoidance. V2I can be used as ’smart road signs’, access to back-end networks (e.g. Internet) or as simple repeaters. The term VANET is key to V2V and V2I communication: Vehicular Ad hoc Network. A Driver Support System described in  presents an interesting problem: a vehicle should be aware of the state of traﬃc on a road, up to several kilometers ahead. A system called the TraffiFilter has been proposed in  to provide this information.
|Title of host publication||Welcome the Wireless World: Workshop on the Pervasive Application of Wireless Technologies|
|Place of Publication||Enschede|
|Publisher||Twente University Press (TUP)|
|Number of pages||3|
|ISBN (Print)||not assigned|
|Publication status||Published - 13 Nov 2009|
|Publisher||Twente University Press|
- flooding VANET V2V
van Eenennaam, M. (2009). microSlotted 1-Persistence Flooding in VANETs. In Welcome the Wireless World: Workshop on the Pervasive Application of Wireless Technologies (pp. -). Enschede: Twente University Press (TUP).