SECURITY ON VEHICULAR AD HOC NETWORK

Authors

  • Nidhi Hirapara Computer Science & Engineering, SLTIET
  • Hardik Vasani Computer Science & Engineering, SLTIET

Keywords:

Security, Road side unit (RSU), Base station unit (BSU) , Network Attacks, Bandwidth

Abstract

Vehicular impromptu systems (VANETs) are getting expanding considerations from the educated community
and organization endeavors from industry, because of the different applications and potential colossal advantages they
offer for future VANET clients. Security data trade empowers life-basic applications, for example, the cautioning
usefulness amid convergence navigating and path blending, and hence, assumes a key part in VANET applications. In a
VANET, vehicles will depend on the respectability of got information for choosing when to present alarms to drivers.
The correspondence between auto to auto, auto to roadside unit done through remote correspondence. That is the reason
security is an essential concern range for vehicular system application. For verification reason such a large number of
data transfer capacity is devoured and the execution turns out to be low. In VANET some genuine system assaults, for
example, man in center assault, disguising is conceivable. In this paper we are going to toss some light on the past
investigates done around there and will look at the different disadvantages of these explores. After that we are giving
diverse issues on VANET lastly close with proposed calculation.

Published

2016-12-31

How to Cite

Nidhi Hirapara, & Hardik Vasani. (2016). SECURITY ON VEHICULAR AD HOC NETWORK. International Journal of Advance Research in Engineering, Science & Technology, 3(13), -. Retrieved from http://ijarest.com/index.php/ijarest/article/view/2127