VANET is badly needed in developing countries

Technologies are changing in every moments. Now-a days Vehicular ad-hoc Networks(VANET) has drawn attention for its various applications such as video streaming,  text chats, instant messaging etc have a great influence  in our daily life. Ad-hoc network is extensively used in our day to day life. Vehicular networks are likely to become the most relevant form of mobile ad hoc networks .As the nodes changing within a short time of interval for real time applications we have to need a stable connections to enjoying the key features of it. In this paper, I proposed a way to find a best solution to keep connections stable.

The use of information and communication technology (ICT) has been playing a vital role in the 21st century due to globalization and the governments of the developing countries are being encouraged to adapting with the coming future. People of developing countries are implementing various technology to reduce car clashes, collapses , accidents etc which has a great impact of countries development. Because the communication in VANETs meets some particular challenging characteristics:

 

1) Rapid topology changes;

 

2) Frequent network partition;

 

3) Small effective network diameter;

 

4) Limited redundancy in time and in function.

 

5) Position predictability

 

6) Relatively sufficient power

 

New technology brings not only streamlined design but also new devices to vehicles.               The new devices can extend vehicles’ capabilities in computing, communication andsensing. The provision of on-board Global Positioning System (GPS) devices has revolutionized driving. Similarly, the recent introduction of short-range radar insome top-of-the-line models promises to reduce the number of fender-benders andother accidents. In fact, on-board radar is already used in advanced cruise controlsystems.

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