A Review on Self Controllable Routing Protocol with Shortest Path in VANET

Kirti Saini
2020 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
Vehicular Adhoc Network is a self-organized network that consists of a large number of low-cost and low powered vehicular devices, called nodes, which can be deployed in harsh environment; sensor nodes are prone to have faults. It is thus desirable to detect and locate faulty sensor nodes to ensure the quality of service of sensor networks. In this thesis, it proposes mobility based dynamic reconfiguration system in VANET. By providing access for the user to construct different virtual fields,
more » ... nt virtual fields, this protocol accomplishes the goal of meeting the need of different applications and different network conditions. In this work, it provides a review on self controllable routing protocol with shortest path. An environmental data collection scenario will be taken in this work. In this, all nodes will be in dynamic nature and moves randomly. All simulations can be accomplished in MATLAB.
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2020.1019 fatcat:saqzz2fa4nhftebrm5oqdahfdq