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Marquis BrownFollow

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SPCEET - Engineering Technology

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Billy Kihei

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Title: Design and Test of Novel Vehicle-to-Everything Packet for Sensor Arrays in Under Roadway Deployment

Poster Presentation Undergraduate Student(s): Hakeem Wilson, Marquis Brown Research Mentor(s): Dr. Billy Kihei

Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications is a burgeoning technology that will enable safer, greener, and more productive usage of roadways. In the V2X paradigm, all equipped vehicles and infrastructure can communicate with each other in real-time. By utilizing V2X communications as an Internet-of-Things gateway, a sensor array installed under roadways, allows real-time monitoring of road conditions which increases overall road safety and road maintenance cost. In our research, we have utilized the WAVE Short Message Protocol (WSMP) as the means of communication between roadway sensors and roadside gateways. We implemented the first proof-of-concept using this protocol, with a single-board computer to format sensor information into a WSMP packet and send this information via radio transmission across multiple hops to V2X gateway which can then relay the road temperature information to a remote server. We envision the packet format to be all purpose-built for V2X communication, making it the optimal choice for networking transportation information

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Design and Test of Novel Vehicle-to-Everything Packet for Sensor Arrays in Under Roadway Deployment

Title: Design and Test of Novel Vehicle-to-Everything Packet for Sensor Arrays in Under Roadway Deployment

Poster Presentation Undergraduate Student(s): Hakeem Wilson, Marquis Brown Research Mentor(s): Dr. Billy Kihei

Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications is a burgeoning technology that will enable safer, greener, and more productive usage of roadways. In the V2X paradigm, all equipped vehicles and infrastructure can communicate with each other in real-time. By utilizing V2X communications as an Internet-of-Things gateway, a sensor array installed under roadways, allows real-time monitoring of road conditions which increases overall road safety and road maintenance cost. In our research, we have utilized the WAVE Short Message Protocol (WSMP) as the means of communication between roadway sensors and roadside gateways. We implemented the first proof-of-concept using this protocol, with a single-board computer to format sensor information into a WSMP packet and send this information via radio transmission across multiple hops to V2X gateway which can then relay the road temperature information to a remote server. We envision the packet format to be all purpose-built for V2X communication, making it the optimal choice for networking transportation information