Recent technological improvements in vehicle manufacturing may greatly improve safety however, the individuals' driving behaviour still remains a factor of paramount importance with aggressiveness, lack of focus and carelessness being the main cause of the majority of traffic incidents. The imminent deployment of 5G networking infrastructure, paired with the advent of Fog computing and the establishment of the Internet of Things (IoT) as a reliable and cost-effective service delivery framework may provide the means for the deployment of an accurate driving monitoring solution which could be utilized to further understand the underlying reasons of peculiar road behaviour, as well as its correlation to the driver's physiological state, the vehicle condition and certain environmental parameters. This paper presents some of the fundamental attributes of Fog computing along with the functional requirements of a driving behaviour monitoring framework, followed by its high level architecture blueprint and the description of the prototype implementation process.
2019, 2019 IEEE 24th International Workshop on Computer Aided Modeling and Design of Communication Links and Networks (CAMAD), Pages 1-6
On the design of a fog computing-based, driving behaviour monitoring framework (04b Atto di convegno in volume)
Amaxilatis D., Tselios C., Akrivopoulos O., Chatzigiannakis I.
Gruppo di ricerca: Computer Networks and Pervasive Systems