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Simulating Traffic Lights Control using Wireless Sensor Networks
International Journal of Computer Applications
Wireless (magnetic) sensor networks offer a very attractive alternative to inductive loops for vehicular traffic control on freeways and at intersections in terms of cost, ease of deployment and maintenance, and enhanced measurement capabilities. In this work, we propose and simulate a simple and economic wireless sensor network architecture composed of only a single sensor node per lane, as a replacement to induction loops to be used in intelligent transportation systems. The results show thatdoi:10.5120/18251-9445 fatcat:eebf66flvrguhahulzn2ragz3a